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  • DNV GL: rotating equipment focus

    Many pieces of rotating equipment are operating below optimum capacity, affecting production costs, revenues and resulting in unexpected down time. DNV GL has been working together with operators to help unlock the potential of their existing rotating equipment.

  • DNV GL combines tools to aid operational...

    Many pieces of rotating equipment are operating below optimum capacity, affecting production costs, revenues and resulting in unexpected down time. DNV GL has been working together with operators to help unlock the potential of their existing rotating equipment.

  • China Classification Society forms branch in...

    China Classification Society (CCS) on 4 September opened a branch in Cape Town, South Africa. The new branch is expected to enhance co-operation on shipping, shipbuilding, as well as ship maintenance with African countries, said the branch's newly appointed general manager Xu Xiao.

  • Kirby selects ABS to provide classification and...

    ABS, a leading provider of maritime shipping and offshore classification services, has been selected by Kirby Corporation to provide classification and International Safety Management certification for 11 push boats, the company said in its press release.

  • ClassNK conducts independent verification of Iino...

    Recently, as concern surrounding global warming heats up, environmental management is no longer limited to investors. There is an ongoing rise in companies that undergo business evaluation from stakeholders and openly disclose how they are tackling environmental issues.

  • MTR100: Venture into the Norwegian Subsea Valley

    All matters maritime and subsea are seemingly intertwined into the Norwegian DNA. For the tenth anniversary of the “MTR100,” our Oslo-based contributor William Stoichevski ventures into Norway’s “Subsea Valley” for a look at the emerging tech and trends

  • DNV GL wins frame agreement with Wintershall

    DNV GL has been selected by Wintershall Norge AS to provide a frame agreement for global inspection services for its developments offshore Norway. The overall contract is expected to exceed USD1.2 million.

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The Future of Border Securing Technology Is Here and It’s Terrifying

At the Tenth Annual Border Security Expo in San Antonio, Texas, officials from the Department of Homeland Security browsed booths with 3D holographic images, portable biometric testing kits, underground seismic signal detectors, and ergonomic pistols, eyeing the latest inventions to survey and protect the United States' border.

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Offshore access guidance

France-headquartered global classification society Bureau Veritas has developed guidelines for walk-to-work (W2W) motion compensated Offshore Access Systems (OAS)  which are used to transfer industrial personnel to and from offshore installations.

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