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About Drydock Magazine
Drydock Magazine is the world’s leading magazine for ship repair, maintenance and conversion; providing editorial quality, expert knowledge and insights in the ship repair market around the globe.
Offering comprehensive and in-depth analysis and comment on all aspects of ship repair, covering the global market and providing key focus on specific issues and areas of ship repair, Drydock talks to key decision makers across the industry. It’s heritage, authority and independence mean that it is read- and relied on- by senior management of ship owners, managers and operators, ship repair yards and equipment manufacturers and suppliers.
Drydock magazine is published quarterly with continuous editorial news and opinions available on its website.
Waiting for Armageddon
by Drydock Magazine on August 3, 2020 at 1:43 pm
Harland & Wolff has a new owner who plans to challenge the traditional drydock model and offer something a bit different. John Wood, Group Chief Executive Officer for H&W, has enjoyed a distinguished career within the oil and gas sector, holding senior posts with BAE Systems, and was more recently the Global Head of Oil [...] The post Waiting for Armageddon appeared first on Drydock […]
CSSC Marine Service completes first WinGD X-DF...
by Drydock Magazine on July 23, 2020 at 12:40 pm
CSSC Marine Service Co (CMS), the worldwide equipment service subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corp (CSSC), has completed the first ever major overhaul on two WinGD X-DF engines in only nine days. The twin 6X62DF engines overhauled by CMS belong to the first ever X-DF powered vessel in operation, 2017-built 180,000-cbm LNG tanker, SK Audace [...] The post CSSC Marine Service completes first […]
Automated flying robots
by Drydock Magazine on July 23, 2020 at 10:46 am
Robotic inspection and measurement systems have great potential for performing tasks safely, better, and faster than humans explains Robert Dahlstrom, CEO Apellix. Of specific interest in drydocks are aerial robotic systems for contact-based measurements and inspections as they are, quick, agile, versatile, and safer than putting workers at risk due to the height of installations. [...] The post […]