Our partnership with DNV GL continues to be an important part of our journey. It dates back more than 15 years, and almost all vessels built for MSC are DNV GL-classed." (Click to read the MSC story in Maritime Impact, 01-15)
Diego Aponte President and CEO, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company
DNV GL - Maritime news
April 29, 2015 | Maritime | PRESS RELEASEDNV GL hosts Norwegian State Secretary in HamburgHigh ranking state officials from Norway met with the senior management team at DNV GL’s maritime headquarters in Hamburg today. Tor Svensen, CEO, Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, COO, and Torsten Schramm, President of DNV GL – Maritime, shared the classification society’s experiences with liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a fuel for shipping with Norwegian State Secretary Dilek Ayhan and spoke about the potential LNG may have for the future of the global maritime industry. The visit took place before the “Ways to Green Shipping in Norway – A path to be taken by Germany?” event held in the Hafen Club Hamburg. Organised by the German Maritime Cluster and the National LNG Initiative the event brought together experts and governmental representatives from Germany and Norway to examine potential avenues to a more sustainable maritime industry.
April 28, 2015 | Oil & Gas | Maritime | PRESS RELEASEDNV GL issues design guideline enabling safe and redundant closed bus DP operationsAdvanced dynamic positioning (DP) vessels can now meet critical safety regulations while gaining operational flexibility, efficiency and cost savings through new design and monitoring methods.
April 20, 2015 | Maritime | PRESS RELEASEFrom highway to waterway - Cargo Ferry moves transport from road to seaA new competitive and eco-friendly maritime transport concept, the Cargo Ferry project, was presented in Oslo today. The result of more than two years of work, the concept has been developed as an alternative transport solution for containers that are carried for more than 200km on land. The project was presented on board Nor Line's brand-new LNG fuelled ship, the M/S Kvitbjørn.