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This Weeks Features

Marine Coatings Market to cross USD 19 billion by 2024

According to a new research report by the market research and strategy consulting firm, Global Market Insights, Inc, Marine Coatings Market size estimated over USD 11 billion in 2017 and to reach USD 19 billion by 2024.

Asia Pacific shipbuilding industry, led by China, will be the principal driver for the global

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Global wave & tidal stream energy production surges tenfold

Global wave and tidal stream energy production has risen tenfold over the last decade, according to a report issued today by a leading ocean energy organisation.

Ocean Energy Systems (OES) annual report shows cumulative energy produced from wave and tidal stream sources surged from less than 5GWh in 2009

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Exclusive Interview with David Tellett – Maritime Product Manager, FrontM

FrontM is a tech startup that has developed a very unique Collaboration and AI Software platform that has been designed specifically to work in isolated and extreme maritime environments. FrontM enables mobile-led interactions that are simpler, more useful,

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18 Women Reshaping the Future of Ocean Industries

If there is any single industry where women are under-represented it is Shipping. Traditionally male-dominated, shipping has always been averse to increasing the participation of women.

Women account for just about 2% of over 1.5 million seafarers, about 50% of whom have

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News Stories for this week click through to read more

Flow Water Technologies offers free disinfectant to Cyprus

Need for Skill Development in Logistics Sector

Team Tankers International & Maersk Tankers enter strategic partnership

Wärtsilä VTS to make fogbound Peruvian port safer

Hurtigruten introduces risk-free rebookings

ZIM Announces 2019 Q4 and Annual Results

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