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Maersk will now be printing spare parts on board its vessels

Maersk and J. Lauritzen are now looking to really crack the 3D market, and with a new project including several prominent players, carriers are starting to print spare parts on board vessels and rigs. The technology is ready for the maritime sector, the partners say.

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MAN Diesel & Turbo calls IMO its biggest frustration

There is no reason for the IMO to wait until 2023 to deliver on CO2, is the criticism from engine powerhouse MAN Diesel & Turbo, which in an interview with ShippingWatch describes the UN's maritime body as its current biggest frustration.

Why the Norwegian oil fund blacklisted carriers for beaching

The world's largest sovereign investment fund, Norway's Government Pension Fund Global, voices fierce criticism of the practice of scrapping vessels in Pakistan and Bangladesh in its explanation for blacklisting four carriers. Conditions in India were not reviewed.

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