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  • Event | Updated
    Break Bulk Middle East in Dubai Dubai World Trade Centre Sheikh Saeed Hall 1 Dubai, UAE

    Break Bulk Middle East in Dubai

    Wilhelmsen Ships Service will be exhibiting at Break Bulk Middle East from Tuesday, 1 Feb 2022: 10:00 – 18:00 (GMT+4) to Wednesday, 2 Feb 2022: 10:00 – 16:00 (GMT+4).
  • Wilhelmsen insights |
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    Maximising productivity, efficiency, and safety in your shipboard repair operations

    Industry 4.0 is the automation of traditional practices using modern innovative technology and it was already transforming manufacturers’ operations before the pandemic. In the maritime industry, pivoting to more efficient and effective technology will enable ship operators to achieve the benefits of improved productivity and reducing the risk of disruption to ship operations. Read more here.

  • Press release |

    Wilhelmsen Ship Management takes a majority stake in Ahrenkiel Tankers to strengthen its position in the tanker market

  • News |
    Viking PCR Lab2

    Leading cruise line relies on data for next level passenger safety

    The cruise industry was hit hard by COVID in the early stages of the pandemic. Sick passengers practically anchored cruise ships, everything stopped. COVID is still a major challenge. The future of cruise liners relies on healthy passengers. Easier said than done in a pandemic world. Viking has gone all in, creating onboard test laboratories to screen guests and staff daily. Too expensive, says the competition. Vital, says Viking. In the solution lies sensor technology from a leading Norwegian technology company.

  • News |
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    WManager 2-2021

    Wilhelmsen Ship Management's in-house magazine

  • Press release |

    Topeka’s hydrogen vessels one step closer to reality

    Zero-emission shipping company Topeka, part of the Wilhelmsen group, has been awarded USDM 25 (NOK 219 million) by Enova to build two zero-emission hydrogen powered vessels. The grant was approved by the EFTA Surveillance Authority (ESA) this week meaning all necessary approvals for funding have been cleared. What remains is for the production of hydrogen to begin.

  • Wilhelmsen insights |

    Responsible refrigeration on ships – Enabling you to comply with regulations and reduce carbon emissions

    According to the 4th IMO GHG Study, the estimated annual loss of refrigerants from shipping in 2018 resulted in 18.2 million tonnes in CO2 emissions. Refrigerant leaks result in more energy needed to deliver the necessary level of cooling, and could contribute to higher emission from the ship. Download the technical article to learn how you can achieve responsible refrigeration.

  • Press release |

    Wilhelmsen Ship Management awarded PCL’s LPG

  • Press release |

    Results for the third quarter 2021

    Despite solid underlying business performance, stable EBITDA, and increased profit from strategic investments, a fall in the market value of Hyundai Glovis led to a net loss of USD 99 million for the quarter.

  • Wilhelmsen insights |
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    5 steps to safer plasma cutting

    Plasma cutting is an increasingly popular metal working tool due its versatility in cutting all types of electrically conductive materials and low heat input, with minimal heat affected zone (HAZ) width. It is vital to have a clear understanding of the equipment and how to operate it safely. So here’s our five steps for safer plasma cutting.

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