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<strong>SMM</strong> <strong>Newswire</strong> Wednesday | 7-9-2022<br />

»The technology is ready«<br />

<strong>SMM</strong> 2022 opened with a high profile panel discussion where it became clear that the<br />

industry is confident it has the technology ready that is needed for the maritime energy<br />

transition. Regulation might provide the pressure to get the alternative fuels ramp-up started<br />

<strong>SMM</strong> 2022 in Hamburg is officially<br />

opened. At the world‘s leading trade<br />

fair for the marine technology industry,<br />

sustainable solutions are right at the top<br />

of the agenda for the next days.<br />

<strong>SMM</strong> kicked off the trade fair week yesterday<br />

with a high-profile panel discussion.<br />

Claudia Müller, Maritime Coordinator for<br />

the German government and politician<br />

from the Green party, said the industry<br />

needs planning security: »That‘s why we<br />

need the stricter specifications. These can<br />

be a driver for innovations and also help<br />

the European market in the longer term.«<br />

Uwe Lauber, CEO of MAN Energy<br />

Solutions, agreed. »It may be that shipbuilding<br />

is concentrated in Asia. But<br />

the innovations are coming from Europe,«<br />

he advocated implementing<br />

more projects in Europe, saying that<br />

building new ships is relatively easy,<br />

whereas the real challenge and opportunity<br />

for European suppliers lies in<br />

converting existing ships to alternative<br />

»We are not the bottleneck,« said Uwe Lauber, CEO MAN ES, at the opening panel discussion<br />

propulsion systems. In principle, the<br />

technical solutions for future fuel alternatives<br />

already exist, Lauber said, referring<br />

to the »Wes Amelie«/»Elb Blue«<br />

conversion project, a container ship<br />

that was converted from heavy fuel oil<br />

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Claudia Müller, Maritime Coordinator for the<br />

German federal government<br />

Uwe Lauber<br />

CEO of MAN Energy Solutions<br />

to LNG and most recently also operated<br />

on synthetic methane. There is no<br />

difference in operation between fossil<br />

and synthetic LNG, he said, and the<br />

same applies to methanol. In 2024,<br />

MAN will also launch an ammonia engine,<br />

he said. »We are not the bottleneck,«<br />

Lauber said, adding that the<br />

question now is how and where to produce<br />

the fuels in sufficient quantities<br />

over the next few years.<br />

While Lauber expects the price of<br />

new fuels such as green ammonia to be<br />

four times higher than those for fossil<br />

fuels, he said that‘s not the case. That<br />

would have to be covered by transportation<br />

costs, he said, but when converted<br />

to the unit prices of individual<br />

goods, that would be negligible.<br />

Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary<br />

General, BIMCO, also agreed that<br />

the technology for new technology only<br />

takes a bit more fine tuning, »we are<br />

talking about single-digit years, not<br />

decades.« Making sure the hydrogen<br />

needed for the new fuels can be provided<br />

in time, on the other hand, is not<br />

shipping’s business alone, he said.<br />

»That is a global challenge.«<br />

Müller said that a CO 2 price and consumer<br />

demand would ultimately make<br />

the business case. Those who operate<br />

dirty ships today and thus save money<br />

will have to pay more in the future than<br />

those with clean ships.<br />

»We cannot waste another decade«<br />

Wolfram Guntermann, Director Regulatory<br />

Affairs at Hapag-Lloyd, also sees<br />

the age of fossil fuels as over and urges<br />

haste in the introduction of new fuels:<br />

»We cannot waste another two decades<br />

with a chicken-and-egg discussion like<br />

we did with LNG. Synthetic LNG works<br />

– where is the gas station?«<br />

Steve Gordon, Managing Director at<br />

Clarksons Research , stressed that he is<br />

particularly excited by the prospects for<br />

the offshore wind sector. Wind power<br />

capacity is predicted to globally grow<br />

from today’s 0.3 % to as much as 9 % by<br />

the end of the decade. This holds opportunities<br />

for the European maritime<br />

industry.<br />

At the opening conference in Hamburg,<br />

the consensus of the speaker was<br />

that the technology to transform the<br />

maritime industry is here – it will be on<br />

display at the show. You could feel the<br />

spirit of optimism, said Bernd Aufderheide,<br />

CEO of Hamburg Messe & Congress.<br />

Like the industry representatives, the<br />

head of the trade fair is looking forward<br />

to making direct contact with colleagues<br />

and customers again at <strong>SMM</strong>,<br />

which is being held as a live and in-person<br />

event again this year after being<br />

held as a digital conference in 2021 due<br />

to the pandemic. Now, <strong>SMM</strong> is back to<br />

normal and off to new shores.<br />

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Reinhard Lüken<br />

Managing Director<br />

German Shipbuilding and Ocean<br />

Industries Association (VSM)<br />

Meet the champions<br />

© VSM<br />

Finale dahoam« was the Bavarian slogan when FC Bayern<br />

München made it to the Champions Leagues Finales in 2012,<br />

which took place in their hometown of Munich. That’s how we<br />

feel at VSM every two years during <strong>SMM</strong> when all eyes of the<br />

shipbuilding world are on our hometown, Hamburg. This is<br />

where the World Champions in the shipbuilding industry want to<br />

show their top performance.<br />

And top performance is what shipping is eagerly searching for<br />

as we together enter a new age of sustainable maritime business.<br />

We know we cannot continue as we have over the past decades.<br />

However, much uncertainty remains as to what our path will look<br />

like tomorrow. All we know for certain is that decisions must be<br />

taken now, not tomorrow. In the past, waiting for others to test<br />

innovations might have been wise. Today, this could easily mean<br />

being out of business tomorrow.<br />

The winds of change will fundamentally impact the business as<br />

we know it. And will also create entirely new opportunities. Cheap<br />

heavy fuel oil has energised shipping for decades. This will soon<br />

come to an end. We might not know which fuel option will<br />

dominate next. However, we know that future fuels will be cleaner<br />

and substantially more costly. Therefore, a simple fuel switch<br />

might work technically and safeguard compliance. However, only<br />

top efficiency will safeguard future competitiveness. Mandatory<br />

monitoring and reporting will increase transparency and protect<br />

sound operators that use sound technology best.<br />

Carbon Capture & Storage will need to play a role if we want to<br />

achieve the Paris Objectives. Carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and<br />

renewable fuels will become important shipping cargoes, as will<br />

towers, wings and generators for hundreds of new offshore wind<br />

farms. Other forms of ocean energy will be harvested as well as<br />

mineral resources to build all the latest hardware required to<br />

achieve the energy transition. Climate change mitigation is a<br />

huge challenge for our hard-to-abate sector. However, it is also<br />

offering plenty of new opportunities. It’s a brave new world if you<br />

are brave enough to read the signs of our times.<br />

For the maritime industry to find orientation to that end, there<br />

is no better place to be than Hamburg in early September 2022.<br />

COVID has taken a toll for the past two and a half years. But<br />

thanks to effective vaccinations, a dangerous pandemic has<br />

become a manageable one. Finally, we can meet again in person,<br />

discuss, share information, and celebrate joint achievements.<br />

That, too, is <strong>SMM</strong> 2022. Have a great time in Hamburg and an<br />

even better one returning home with fresh inspiration to tackle<br />

the next Champions season.<br />

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DNV: »Decarbonisation costs billions«<br />

Within the framework of the <strong>SMM</strong>, the classification society DNV has unveiled its latest<br />

»Maritime Forecast to 2050« report with a new focus on how to overcome the »ultimate<br />

hurdle« of fuel availability<br />

Presenters at Maritime Forecast to 2050 in Hamburg. Left to right: Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen (CEO<br />

Maritime, DNV), Eirik Ovrum (Principal Consultant & Report Author), Remi Eriksen (CEO, DNV)<br />

A<br />

key component of DNV’s Energy<br />

Transition Outlook (ETO) suite of reports,<br />

the 84-page forecast is the sixth edition<br />

of its kind. This year’s publication<br />

considers the comprehensive production,<br />

distribution and bunkering infrastructures<br />

required to enable the maritime<br />

industry’s shift to carbon-neutral fuels.<br />

The report also presents an updated outlook<br />

on regulations, drivers, future technologies,<br />

and costs for decarbonizing<br />

shipping. It models two different decarbonization<br />

pathways: ›Current IMO<br />

ambitions to 2050‹ and ›Full Decarbonization<br />

by 2050‹. DNV’s modelling points<br />

to a diverse future energy-mix comprising<br />

both fossil and carbon-neutral fuels, with<br />

fossil fuels gradually phased out by 2050.<br />

© DNV<br />

Depending on the scenarios, DNV<br />

puts the cost at 8 bn $ to 28 $ bn per year<br />

by 2050, depending on which fuel type is<br />

used most between 2022 and 2050. The<br />

largest investments are in scenarios with<br />

high use of ammonia or methanol, which<br />

require more expensive fuel systems, according<br />

to DNV‘s analysis. Onshore fuel<br />

supply would require investments of between<br />

30bn$ to 90 $ bn per year by 2050.<br />

»The search for the best alternative carbon-neutral<br />

fuel options and technologies<br />

is underway as the entire world<br />

seeks to decarbonize,« said DNV Maritime<br />

CEO Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen. »No industry<br />

can decarbonize in isolation so<br />

global industries need to make the right<br />

choices together, and sustainable energy<br />

should be directed to where it has the biggest<br />

impact on reducing GHG emissions.<br />

The ultimate hurdle is fuel availability<br />

and to overcome it, supply chains must be<br />

built through cross-industry alliances.«<br />

»Carbon-neutral fuels must be made<br />

available for ships already within this decade,<br />

in decarbonization pathways assessed.<br />

By no later than 2030, 5 % of the energy for<br />

shipping should come from carbon-neutral<br />

fuels. This will require substantial investments<br />

in both onboard technologies<br />

and onshore infrastructure,« he continued.<br />

Coordinated plans by all stakeholders,<br />

including major energy and fuel pro-<br />

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engine – maximised flexibility,<br />

minimised emissions<br />

Meet us at <strong>SMM</strong> 2022<br />

6-9 September | Hamburg Messe<br />

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Read more at go.wartsila.com/W25-launch

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DNV’s Maritime Forecast to 2050<br />

viders and ports, is crucial while public<br />

incentives must encourage first movers to<br />

participate in a nascent global network of<br />

green shipping corridors.<br />

The report’s new and extended fuelmix<br />

scenario library for shipping can be<br />

applied to DNV’s updated Carbon-Risk-<br />

Framework to help shipowners find the<br />

most efficient and cost-effective fuel<br />

strategies, while focusing on fuel flexibility<br />

and energy efficiency remains key to<br />

easing the transition and minimizing the<br />

risk of investing in stranded assets.<br />

In terms of fuel choice, uncertainties<br />

around future price and availability means<br />

that a clear winner among the many options<br />

– ammonia, methanol, diesel or<br />

© DNV<br />

methane, produced from sustainable<br />

biomass, renewable electricity or fossil<br />

fuels with carbon capture and storage –<br />

cannot be identified yet or in the near future.<br />

The report outlines under what conditions<br />

each option will proliferate. DNV’s<br />

enhanced GHG Pathway Model estimates<br />

the investment costs of implementation of<br />

new fuel supply chains and fuel technologies<br />

as well as energy efficiency<br />

measures onboard the world fleet.<br />

»Our findings add to the body of research<br />

evidence that owners need to take<br />

confident, robust long-term decisions on<br />

the investments needed for their existing<br />

fleet and newbuilding projects,« said Eirik<br />

Ovrum, DNV Maritime Principal Consultant<br />

and Maritime Forecast to 2050 lead<br />

author. »We probe variations on three fuel<br />

families in which we simulate the availability<br />

of sustainable biomass to produce<br />

biofuels, renewable electricity to produce<br />

e-fuels, and fossil fuels in combination<br />

with carbon capture and storage (CCS) to<br />

produce blue fuels. We also explore variations<br />

for specific fuel types, in which key<br />

input factors impacting the relative cost<br />

differences between fuels within each<br />

family are scrutinized. In total we explore<br />

24 decarbonization scenarios.«<br />

The fuel transition has already started,<br />

with 5.5 % of ships (gross tonnage) in operation<br />

and 33 % of gross tonnage on<br />

order today able to operate on alternative<br />

fuel (largely dominated by LNG today).<br />

The future market will be reliant on<br />

multiple energy sources, integration with<br />

regional energy markets, energy production<br />

and industries, and on the availability<br />

and price of energy sources.<br />

»Two thousand ships are expected to be<br />

ordered annually to 2030 but there is still<br />

no silver-bullet fuel solution available,«<br />

said Ørbeck-Nilssen. »Against this uncertainty,<br />

the new Maritime Forecast to 2050<br />

report can serve as a beacon of expert advice<br />

and smart solutions to ensure vessels<br />

stay commercially competitive and compliant<br />

over their lifetimes, underpinned<br />

throughout by the enduring need for<br />

safety,« he concluded.<br />

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Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen said: »Two thousand<br />

ships are expected to be ordered annually<br />

to 2030 but there is still no silver-bullet<br />

fuel solution available.«<br />

© Wroblewski<br />

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Honestly,<br />

technology<br />

is not the issue.

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SCANIA<br />

Solutions for hybrid- or full electric marine applications<br />

Scania trademark is to optimise solutions<br />

to fit the customer’s needs. In hybrid- or<br />

full electric marine applications, it could<br />

be the number of electric machines or<br />

battery volume. »We have a Power Control<br />

Unit (PCU), that seamlessly integrates<br />

all components, making it a robust<br />

system. This makes it easy for the customer<br />

to have control, and saves time and<br />

money. It also ensures a robust high<br />

quality solution for the end-user,« says<br />

Svante Fredin, Scania Global Product<br />

Manager eMobility.<br />

The transition from fossil fuels to alternative<br />

fuels and electrification to decrease<br />

emissions is vital for our future.<br />

»With a rising global interest in the marine<br />

segment, it is our mission to enable<br />

change. To be a part of this development<br />

gives us the ability to support our customers<br />

on their journey towards marine<br />

electrification and sustainability.«<br />

Many challenges<br />

But there are challenges with electrification,<br />

especially in charging infrastructure<br />

and the price- and capacity of<br />

batteries. Therefore, our customers often<br />

need a stepwise transition. So we offer<br />

full electric alternatives and also ensure<br />

that our hybrid solutions are easy to<br />

adapt to future full electric operations.<br />

The hybrid electric commuter boat »Rex« operates in Stockholm<br />

»We have so much in our portfolio: not<br />

just the electric machine, but battery systems,<br />

charging interface, cooling system,<br />

pumps, power steering and every other<br />

component needed to electrify the marine<br />

segment.«<br />

Everything the customer needs<br />

With Scania’s offer, customers can truly<br />

take advantage of our global service network.<br />

»We want to be the complete solutions<br />

provider for marine customers<br />

that value a great performance, reliability<br />

and minimal environmental impact.«<br />

At the <strong>SMM</strong> fair, we show our electric<br />

machine and battery system, inform<br />

about marine electrification project,<br />

showcase our complete systems solutions<br />

in 3D/AR, of great value for the global<br />

marine industry.<br />

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© Scania<br />

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The new »Malizia–Seaexplorer« christened<br />

After a stormy crossing from Lorient in France to Hamburg, Boris Herrmann‘s new racing<br />

yacht »Malizia-Seaexplorer« was christend in the Hafencity – at the second attempt, as the<br />

champagne bottle did not break on the bowsprit<br />

Germany‘s best-known ocean sailor and Team Malizia skipper<br />

Boris Herrmann arrived in the Hanseatic city by newly built<br />

racing yacht to celebrate the Malizia Ocean Festival. Shortly after<br />

the boat‘s arrival in the traditional ship harbour in the heart of<br />

Hamburg, the new boat »Malizia–Seaexplorer« was christened by<br />

150 children in front of an audience of thousands.<br />

After leaving Brittany five days earlier, Boris Herrmann and his<br />

team sailed Malizia across the English Channel and then up the<br />

Elbe on Tuesday morning accompanied by a flotilla<br />

of almost 100 boats. As the flotilla, led by the<br />

racing yacht bearing the United Nations‘ distinctive<br />

Sustainable Development Goals on its<br />

sails, approached the iconic Elbphilharmonie, it<br />

was greeted by a water-splashing fireboat from the<br />

Hamburg Fire Brigade.<br />

At exactly 12.30 p.m., the Mahatma Gandhi<br />

Bridge of Sandtorhafen opened to let the<br />

27-m-high IMOCA into the harbour. Shortly after,<br />

the »Malizia–Seaexplorer docked at the pontoon to<br />

the applause of a cheering crowd. Several thousand<br />

visitors had gathered along the entire length of the harbour, from<br />

the bridge to the Magellan Terraces, as well as on the pontoon.<br />

Immediately after arriving home in Hamburg, Boris Herrmann<br />

said: »Being here is a very unusual feeling, otherwise I walk here<br />

with my dog or along with my little daughter, and now there are<br />

so many people like I have never seen here before! Hamburg is<br />

the home port of the »Malizia– Seaexplorer«, and also my home<br />

port. As sailors we are a bit superstitious and a ship christening is<br />

Germany‘s best-known ocean sailor and Team Malizia<br />

skipper Boris Herrmann christened his new boat<br />

extremely important, so it was important for me<br />

to come to Hamburg for this.«<br />

Then, surrounded by about 150 children from<br />

local schools and sailing clubs, Team Malizia‘s partners and the<br />

audience, the countdown began and the children pulled the rope<br />

together to hurl a champagne bottle against the boat. When the<br />

bottle hit the bowsprit, however, it did not break, which made the<br />

team and the audience laugh. Boris Herrmann climbed onto the<br />

bowsprit to reset the mechanism, and on the second attempt, the<br />

children christened the racing machine that will circumnavigate<br />

the globe twice in the next three years.<br />

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Pioneering the digital transformation<br />

»The link between digitalization and decarbonization is the most important trend for the<br />

maritime sector» – says Sean Fernback. <strong>HANSA</strong> spoke with him about this and other<br />

current developments in the shipping industry as well as at his company<br />

You have been with Wärtsilä for just over<br />

two years. During this time, your company<br />

has repositioned itself with the<br />

Voyage division. Has this process been<br />

completed? What are the core competencies<br />

of this business line?<br />

Sean Fernback: The maritime digital<br />

frontier is a key area of focus for Wärtsilä<br />

Group, and its importance to the industry’s<br />

future is what lead to the creation of<br />

Voyage in the first place. The whole team<br />

at Voyage is committed to the real change<br />

that we can generate for the sector by implementing<br />

digital technologies at scale.<br />

Wärtsilä Voyage provides the maritime<br />

industry with cutting-edge technology<br />

solutions to future-proof operations and<br />

enable it to adapt to the biggest challenges<br />

on the horizon. Whether that‘s<br />

helping the industry overcome fragmentation,<br />

better connect sea and shore,<br />

run operations more efficiently, navigate<br />

a complex and changing regulatory environment,<br />

or train the next generation<br />

of seafarers in the most realistic simulators<br />

available, our portfolio of technology<br />

and software solutions ensures<br />

that the industry can meet its digitalisation<br />

and decarbonisation goals and<br />

make tangible progress on evolving the<br />

way it operates.<br />

Our team is pioneering the maritime<br />

industry’s digital transformation, building<br />

a connected and comprehensive ecosystem<br />

for shipping, where all vessels are<br />

smarter, safer and more efficient; enabling<br />

change via data and digital technologies.<br />

The challenges in the maritime value<br />

chain are so acute that solutions need to<br />

span from the engine room to the bridge,<br />

to the board room. That is from ship to<br />

shore. Being able to call on the combined<br />

experience of not just our own team within<br />

Voyage, but also our colleagues across<br />

the Wärtsilä Group, is truly beneficial as<br />

we help the sector manage and face down<br />

the momentous change it is experiencing.<br />

Before joining Wärtsilä, you worked for<br />

industrial companies such as navigation<br />

manufacturer TomTom. How does your<br />

current employer benefit from the experience<br />

you bring with you from there?<br />

Fernback: Throughout my career I have<br />

always tried to be solutions oriented. In<br />

fact, being honest, this solutions-oriented<br />

mentality stems back to when I was growing<br />

up and first became fascinated with<br />

technology.<br />

I enjoy working in innovative environments<br />

where you feel you are part of a<br />

crucible of real change. My experience<br />

has shown me the true power that technology<br />

has to transform the ways that industries<br />

operate.<br />

I spent just over seven years at TomTom<br />

working in engineering and product development.<br />

But I’ve also spent time as CEO of<br />

marine navigation chart database C-MAP<br />

and as CTO of Navico. This means that I<br />

have strong experience with hardware,<br />

software and product design and engineering,<br />

and am able to tie those factors back to<br />

the bigger strategic picture.<br />

The other element that has cropped up<br />

time and time again in my career is the<br />

power of collaboration. I believe that one<br />

area that desperately needs focus if maritime<br />

is to solve its challenges – and an<br />

area where I believe that Wärtsilä Voyage<br />

can play a role – is in fostering more<br />

cross-industry collaboration. We must<br />

recognise that our industry is part of a<br />

wider global transport and logistics<br />

supply chain. It is only logical that we will<br />

see more integration to solve shared challenges,<br />

and technology, as I have seen<br />

throughout my career, will be critical to<br />

achieving this.<br />

How important is digitalisation to maritime<br />

decarbonisation?<br />

Fernback: The link between digitalisation<br />

and decarbonisation is the most<br />

important trend facing the maritime sector.<br />

I believe one cannot be achieved<br />

without the other. That’s why it’s so important<br />

to accelerate the maritime indus-<br />


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try’s journey to digitalisation, which, as<br />

well as reducing fuel use and greenhouse<br />

gas emissions, significantly improves operational<br />

efficiency, saving ship owners<br />

and operators time and money.<br />

Critically, there is no barrier to entry for<br />

most digital solutions, meaning they are<br />

one of the few existing levers that maritime<br />

can pull to make immediate progress<br />

on its goals. It’s important that we ramp up<br />

progress across the sector. While some<br />

ship owners and operators have woken up<br />

to the benefits of digital technologies,<br />

more can be done to leverage them.<br />

Data underpins smart technologies<br />

and vessel equipment; its management,<br />

analysis, and ultimately the insights that<br />

stakeholders are able to derive from it are<br />

hugely impactful. What we gain from<br />

adopting data-driven digital technologies<br />

is the ability to make more informed<br />

decisions.<br />

Given the huge complexity of having<br />

to decarbonise and the fragmentation<br />

we will see in terms of fuels, technologies,<br />

engines and supply chains, we<br />

must seek our certainty wherever we<br />

can find it. This is the key role that digitalisation<br />

will play in enabling decarbonisation.<br />

Sean Fernback, President, Wärtsilä Voyage<br />

What products or solutions has Wärtsilä<br />

Voyage brought into focus at <strong>SMM</strong>?<br />

Fernback: At <strong>SMM</strong>, we will be showcasing<br />

our Fleet Optimisation Solution<br />

(FOS), our Smart Panoramic Edge<br />

Camera System (SPECS), our Smart<br />

Realities immersive training experience,<br />

and our NACOS bridge Platinum Multifunctional<br />

Display.<br />

FOS is a holistic data analysis, voyage<br />

planning and fleet performance management<br />

software package that can help ship<br />

owners, managers and operators run<br />

their fleets and vessels with optimal<br />

safety, efficiency and sustainability.<br />

Meanwhile, SPECS is a three-part<br />

smart technology system that takes situational<br />

awareness to the next level. It<br />

spans cameras, augmented reality and<br />

data integration. SPECS’ robust super<br />

wide cameras provide a 360° vessel view,<br />

eliminating blind spots, augmenting situational<br />

awareness and enabling better<br />

safety outcomes.<br />

Smart Realities combines mathematical,<br />

physical, and environmental modelling<br />

with the latest in virtual and augmented<br />

reality to place seafarers on a virtual<br />

bridge or engine room and make<br />

training as real as it can get outside of the<br />

real-life vessel environment.<br />

© Wärtsilä<br />

Finally, NACOS Platinum is Wärtsilä’s<br />

state-of-the-art navigation system that<br />

combines navigation, automation, power<br />

and propulsion functions into one place,<br />

delivering unequalled flexibility and convenience<br />

for seafarers.<br />

Our experts will be on hand at stand<br />

309, hall B6 ready to demo and discuss<br />

our solutions, and to answer any other<br />

questions you might have about Wärtsilä<br />

Voyage.<br />

Do you have a message you would like to<br />

send to shipowners?<br />

Fernback: The maritime industry is based<br />

on a blend of long-term planning and moment-to-moment<br />

decision-making. Connecting<br />

up all the dots, particularly in a<br />

regulatory environment that is constantly<br />

changing and intensifying, is becoming<br />

increasingly important yet challenging.<br />

Technology solutions that break down<br />

data silos and bring different inputs into<br />

one central platform are key. Beyond their<br />

direct operational benefits, they also enhance<br />

transparency and accountability.<br />

This not only aids decision making, but<br />

also underpins Environmental, Social, and<br />

Governance (ESG) reporting, which is a<br />

parallel area of focus for many maritime<br />

organisations alongside the operational<br />

difficulties posed by decarbonisation.<br />

The challenge is finding the right<br />

partner who can help break down silos,<br />

overcome fragmentation, and deliver a<br />

holistic view of the entire fleet or vessel<br />

ecosystem, to support not only decarbonisation<br />

aims, but also underpins the critical<br />

decision-making that will keep the industry<br />

ticking during this era of real<br />

change.<br />

Interview: Anna Wroblewski<br />



HALL A1<br />

BOOTH 516<br />

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Scrubbers for small and large ships<br />

The company delivers a wide range of scrubbers<br />

PureteQ succeeded to develop the smallest<br />

and most energy efficient scrubbers in the<br />

market. Since then, PureteQ have designed,<br />

installed, and commissioned<br />

scrubber systems on all types of vessels and<br />

continuously optimized the product to encompass<br />

ever more advanced hybrid ready,<br />

hybrid and closed loop scrubbers. PureteQ<br />

launched the generation II scrubbers with<br />

the aim of reducing total cost of installation<br />

considering the learnings from designing,<br />

installing, and servicing hundreds<br />

of scrubber systems across the world.<br />

Today PureteQ is one of the biggest<br />

scrubber service provider in the world.<br />

Due to the company, PureteQ services and<br />

optimizes all brands. We have developed a<br />

cloud-based platform for optimizing and<br />

reporting environmental performance<br />

across fleets and scrubber brands.<br />

© PureTeQ<br />

The new U-Type scrubber system is<br />

weatherproof for outdoor installation adjacent<br />

to the existing casing/funnel. This<br />

enables substantial savings in installation<br />

cost and off-hire to less than 14 days in<br />

most cases. The system is based on the<br />

well know open tower energy efficient<br />

design from our inline scrubber and<br />

comes with an identical easy to use HMI<br />

system with remote access. All designs<br />

regulate seawater flow to match the engine<br />

design load from 10 % load to 100 %,<br />

which in turn provides for the most energy<br />

efficient and seamless operation in the<br />

business.<br />

PureteQ have furthermore developed a<br />

packed bed U-type scrubber for very<br />

large vessels up to 100 MW input.<br />

Early on the PureteQ Group – began a<br />

research program into Carbon Capture<br />

Technologies, and the Group have been<br />

granted patents on a technology that<br />

combines Carbon Capture from exhaust<br />

gas with Power-to-X in US as well as in<br />

Europe.<br />

PureteQ continue to invest most the<br />

Groups earnings into digitalization,<br />

product improvements, and new products<br />

to assist shipowners in their journey<br />

towards less pollution and decarbonization.<br />

Hall B1.EG | booth 205<br />

Digitalisierte Prozesse –<br />

vom Engineering zur Fertigung<br />

bis zum Betrieb<br />

EPLAN bietet Ihnen die Möglichkeit zur Konstruktion und Darstellung der<br />

Kompletten Schiffsbetriebstechnik<br />

P&ID<br />

HVAC<br />

Elektrotechnik<br />

innerhalb einer datenbasierten Systemlandschaft.<br />

Mehr erfahren:<br />

www.eplan.de/maritim<br />

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Cleantech company presents new waste heat recovery technology<br />

HeatPower 300 Marine,<br />

The cleantech company, Climeon, is<br />

launching its new waste heat recovery<br />

(WHR) technology, HeatPower 300 Marine,<br />

at this year’s <strong>SMM</strong> trade fair. Already<br />

in use on Virgin Voyages, Maersk and Viking<br />

Line, HeatPower converts on-board<br />

waste heat into clean, carbon-free electricity<br />

to reduce CO 2 emissions, cut fuel consumption,<br />

enhance EEXI, EEDI and CII<br />

ratings and increase energy efficiency.<br />

The new HeatPower 300 Marine module<br />

is designed for larger ships and delivers<br />

optimal performance in conjunction<br />

with higher engine power. Developed<br />

by marine engineers exclusively<br />

for the maritime industry, HeatPower<br />

300 Marine has a robust and compact design<br />

and is suitable for both newbuild<br />

ships and existing fleets.<br />

Climeon’s HeatPower technology repurposes<br />

waste heat at temperatures as<br />

low as 80–100 °C, which increases the applicability<br />

of WHR and enables a wider<br />

variety of on-board heat emitters to be<br />

used to produce clean electricity. While<br />

jacket cooling water can be used as a sole<br />

source of waste heat, additional heat<br />

emitters can be integrated into the system<br />

to boost thermal efficiency and increase<br />

energy outputs.<br />

As waste heat is continuously produced<br />

while a ship’s engines are running,<br />

HeatPower 300 Marine can produce carbon-free<br />

electricity whenever the vessel<br />

is operational. What’s more – its modular<br />

and scalable design allows up to three<br />

HeatPower 300 Marine modules to be installed<br />

on a single vessel, depending on<br />

the amount of waste heat available. With<br />

a net power output of up to 1 MW, the<br />

HeatPower 300 Marine system can have<br />

a noticeable impact on fuel consumption,<br />

CO 2 emissions and operational<br />

costs. Giving shipowners and operators<br />

the opportunity to increase energy<br />

efficiency, achieve regulatory compliance<br />

and improve EEDI, CII and EEXI<br />

ratings, Climeon’s HeatPower 300 Marine<br />

technology heralds a new era in sustainable,<br />

low-carbon shipping, the company<br />

states.<br />

Hall A1 | booth 107<br />

© Climeon<br />

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Solutions for zero emission shipping<br />

ClassNK provides a portfolio of services<br />

that support the maritime sector<br />

in pursuit of zero-emission shipping.<br />

The ClassNK MRV Portal, a<br />

compliance-supporting software<br />

for IMO DCS and regional monitoring,<br />

reporting and validating<br />

(MRV), provides shipowners with<br />

functionality reducing the burden<br />

of preparing plans to achieve compliance.<br />

In August this year,<br />

ClassNK added new functionality<br />

for SEEMP Part II requirement,<br />

which shipowners must comply<br />

with in 2022. This software enables<br />

the automatic calculation of<br />

required CII values from individual<br />

ship data stored in the Portal. Reflecting<br />

the information selected<br />

and entered by the user, it produces<br />

a plan for achieving stipulated CII<br />

ratings in the designated format.<br />

Zeneta is tool for broader GHG emission<br />

management<br />

© ClasNK<br />

The generated plan can then be<br />

submitted for class approval.<br />

Another recently-launched tool<br />

for broader GHG emission management<br />

on top of compliance is<br />

ClassNK ZETA – Zero Emission<br />

Transition Accelerator – which<br />

enables shipping companies and<br />

stakeholders to accurately monitor<br />

CO 2 emissions and simulate<br />

CII ratings. With data verified by<br />

class, ClassNK ZETA offers a high<br />

degree of reliability, while its userfriendly<br />

design facilitates the secure<br />

sharing of emissions information<br />

via a common platform.<br />

The solution comprises four<br />

key features – Vessel Monitoring,<br />

Fleet Monitoring, Simulation, and<br />

Periodical Report.<br />

Hall B2.EG | booth 212<br />

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Marine Systems and Ship Repair<br />

Knaack & Jahn present their comprehensive<br />

and sustainable portfolio with a<br />

full-service profile: »The 4-dimension<br />

specialists«. Four established service<br />

packages will continue to be the critical<br />

dimensions in shipbuilding services and<br />

modern retrofitting today and in the future:<br />

Piping, Steelwork, HVACR, Fire<br />

Protection.<br />

The company is headquartered in<br />

Hamburg with branches in Bremen and<br />

Kiel respectively. In complex projects<br />

across the industry, Knaack & Jahn demonstrate<br />

their service dimensions and financial<br />

efficiency. This is essential because<br />

the cost of ultramodern conversions<br />

and retrofits resulting from international<br />

requirements and regulations<br />

must be calculable for customers and<br />

their commercial challenges. The balance<br />

between technically oriented and<br />

forward-looking alignment in ongoing<br />

Knaack & Jahn demonstrates their service dimensions and financial efficiency<br />

work processes is a positive reality for<br />

Knaack & Jahn. Clear messages, clear designs<br />

and clear mindsets are also value<br />

systems for quality and full-service profiles<br />

today and tomorrow.<br />

Hall B5 | booth 524<br />

© Knaack & Jahn<br />

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Injection systems, tailored to meet market demands<br />

X2P products<br />

According to Woodward L`Orange the<br />

combustion engine industry accelerates<br />

the efforts to decarbonise and switch<br />

from fossil fuels to alternative fuels produced<br />

from renewable sources (P2X),<br />

such as hydrogen, methanol and ammonia.<br />

There is a broad variety of combustion<br />

concepts for these fuels, and the<br />

optimum choice strongly depends on<br />

the target application. Woodward and<br />

Woodward L’Orange are developing a<br />

comprehensive portfolio of injection<br />

systems for P2X fuels for large engines,<br />

ranging from around 100 kW/Cylinder<br />

to over 1000 kW/Cylinder, to enable all<br />

possible combustion concepts.<br />

© Woodward<br />

For applications that require the highest<br />

power density and efficiency, we<br />

have developed our High-Pressure Dual<br />

Fuel (HPDF) platform for methanol and<br />

ammonia injection with full diesel backup<br />

capability.<br />

Woodward L’Orange’s new product<br />

range of directly solenoid actuated injection<br />

systems is perfectly tailored to meet<br />

market demands that require a simpler<br />

and retrofittable system:<br />

• For methanol, the company is developing<br />

a family of injection systems for<br />

Port Fuel Injection (PFI) and Direct<br />

Injection (DI). The injectors are designed<br />

for optimal fuel atomisation to<br />

allow good mixing and minimise wall<br />

wetting.<br />

• Injectors for hydrogen are also in development.<br />

Like methanol, they can<br />

either inject the hydrogen directly<br />

(DI) into the combustion chamber or<br />

integrate the injectors close to the intake<br />

valves into the intake manifold<br />

(PFI).<br />

For gas engines that are adapted to run<br />

on gaseous P2X fuels such as hydrogen<br />

and ammonia, Woodward’s SOGAV gas<br />

admission valves are being optimised to<br />

withstand the properties of these fuels,<br />

such as poor lubricity, corrosion behaviour<br />

and hydrogen embrittlement.<br />

Hall A4 |booth 407<br />

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Joint booth of Turkish shipyards<br />

Gemak Group of Companies is one of the<br />

pioneer players in Turkey’s ship repair,<br />

ship conversion, and new shipbuilding<br />

field As one of the biggest shipyard<br />

groups in Turkey, Gemak has completed<br />

more than 3,000 projects so far from various<br />

ship-owners for different vessel types<br />

and sizes.<br />

In 2022, Gemak group provided services<br />

to a wide range of vessels from pure<br />

bulk carriers to container vessels, RoRo/<br />

passenger vessels, pure car carriers, and<br />

dredger vessels. A broad scope of the<br />

works includes docking & general services,<br />

cleaning & painting works, steel<br />

works, pipe renewals; steel & mechanical<br />

outfitting repairs, electrical repairs, refurbishment<br />

works, ballast water system installation,<br />

and scrubber system retrofit<br />

projects.<br />

Apart from the normal dry-docking<br />

and repairs, Gemak Group carries out<br />

different new building and conversion<br />

projects such as;<br />

• Conversion project of a PSV to live fish<br />

carrier besides increasing the length of<br />

the vessel by 7,6 m,<br />

• Upgrading of a vessel by increasing the<br />

jacking height by about 10 m and performance<br />

of structural modifications<br />

for new crane installation,<br />

• New building of offshore wind energy<br />

platform,<br />

• New building of offshore wind turbine,<br />

• New building of the world’s biggest live<br />

fish farm.<br />

With extensive technical infrastructure,<br />

engineering quality, and relevant work<br />

experience; Gemak strive its best to<br />

keep its position as a preferable yard in<br />

the Mediterranean area for unique projects<br />

and vessels. A permanent team of<br />

in-house designers and engineers represent<br />

the backbone of its design philosophy<br />

and culture. These are supported<br />

by multidisciplinary teams at<br />

the TGE Research and Development<br />

Center, Turkey’s first R&D center for<br />

the maritime industry. In addition to all<br />

industrial activities, Gemak Group is<br />

proud to be the first shipyard in Turkey<br />

to start a sustainability program and<br />

plans.<br />

For the following years, Gemak has<br />

competitive strategies and activities<br />

that are intended to strengthen its market<br />

focus, enhance its service quality,<br />

and improve its management<br />

efficiency.<br />

Hall B3.EG | booth 209<br />

Meet with<br />

your trusted<br />

adviser at<br />

<strong>SMM</strong> Hamburg<br />

GROMEX<br />

More than 150.000 articles<br />

O-Rings<br />

Whether O-rings, piston rings, shaft<br />

seals or special seals, Gromex has more<br />

than 40 years of experience with special<br />

© Gromex<br />

seals for large machinery in the maritime<br />

sector. The headquarter including<br />

production as well as the main warehouse<br />

are based in the metropolitan<br />

area of Hamburg – with subsidiaries<br />

and production locations all over the<br />

world.<br />

From Hamburg Gromex provides customers<br />

with important components in industries<br />

where precision is needed and<br />

where there is no room for tolerances. Not<br />

only with customized solutions, but also<br />

with international standard and DIN certified.<br />

All threads come together on an area of<br />

more than 7.500 m2. The product range is<br />

bigger than 150.000 articles, of which more<br />

than 40.000 units are always available from<br />

stock.<br />

Hall A1 | booth 516<br />

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Solutions for diesel and gas power generating<br />

450 kW Auxiliary Diesel Generating Set with mounted SCR system to fulfil IMO Tier III exhaust<br />

emission standard<br />

© Lindenberg<br />

Lindenberg-Anlagen GmbH, based in<br />

Overath, is an independent manufacturer<br />

of diesel and gas power generating<br />

sets for worldwide use in the marine<br />

and industrial sectors. From standardized<br />

power generators to customized<br />

special generating sets to complete<br />

turnkey power stations – Lindenberg-<br />

Anlagen GmbH has the right solution<br />

for you, the fits your needs.<br />

Our modularized Plug & Play CHP /<br />

CCHP Solutions are getting any centralized<br />

destrict micro grid with embedded<br />

CHP / CCHP Solutions. Since<br />

2018, our company is caucusing on future-oriented<br />

energy generation and<br />

energy storage in the Energy Storage<br />

Systems, Waste-to-Energy, multi fuel,<br />

hybrid power and micro grid<br />

solutions.<br />

Hall A3 | booth 217<br />

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Electro-hydraulic actuators for numerous marine applications<br />

© Pleiger<br />

Apart from actuators Pleiger<br />

also delivers control visualization<br />

The German company Pleiger Maschinenbau,<br />

based in Witten, in the Ruhr<br />

valley, is a manufacturer of electrohydraulic<br />

actuators (EHS) for control<br />

globe, butterfly and ball valves with diameters<br />

between DN15 and DN3400.<br />

Application ranges from liquid and gas<br />

cargo handling, ballast water, blackwater<br />

and greywater to the control of fuel oil<br />

tanks.<br />

Advantages of the electro-hydraulic actuators<br />

system are that due to its decentralised<br />

design with a superposed hydraulic<br />

power pack, complex installations<br />

of long hydraulic pipes can be avoided,<br />

the company says. This means major<br />

leakages and contaminations can be<br />

eliminated. Apart from actuators, Pleiger<br />

also delivers control visualisation.<br />

The Pleiger company has been known for<br />

its hydraulic systems and hydraulic drives<br />

for over 90 years. Especially for the »customized«<br />

solutions. According to its own<br />

statements, innovation and experience<br />

characterise the medium-sized, familyowned<br />

company. Pleiger has its own development<br />

and training centre and produces<br />

in Germany. The company is part<br />

of the Pleiger group of companies with<br />

over 650 employees worldwide.<br />

Hall A1 | booth 229<br />

<br />

With its partners and in combination with their own FPP and<br />

CPP systems, Piening Propeller can realize Hybrid solutions<br />

for any kind of demand, with:<br />

• Multi Mode, Electric Drive Mode, Boost Mode, Generator<br />

Mode or Recuperation Mode.<br />

• Hydraulic pitch control of the CPP,<br />

using ordinary water<br />

• High efficiency with low noise and vibration<br />

• Very low operational costs<br />

Visit us<br />

at <strong>SMM</strong>:<br />

Hall A3<br />

booth 226<br />

Design and Manufacturing of complete Propulsion Systems<br />

with Fixed-Pitch Propeller or PCP > 800 mm Ø<br />

info@piening-propeller.de<br />

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Hall B4 | Booth EG 310<br />

www.rina.org<br />

For the 2022 <strong>SMM</strong> the organisers are setting the stage to reflect<br />

the chosen theme, »Driving the maritime transition«. Some of<br />

the exhibition areas haven been consciously reduced in favour of<br />

the »Transition Stages« to give participants more room to present<br />

their ideas and product novelties in an open forum. There will be<br />

three stages.<br />

• Green Transition Stage | Hall A4: Alternative propulsion<br />

systems, environmental technologies and sustainability<br />

• Digital Transition Stage | Hall B6: Automation, digitalisation<br />

and data management<br />

• Cruise & Ferry Stage | Hall B5: Interior design, outfitting and<br />

technologies for cruise ships.<br />

From green ports to cutting-edge<br />

ship designs, by your side toward<br />

a net-zero future.<br />

Visit us at <strong>SMM</strong> - Hall: B4 Booth: EG 310<br />

Make it sure, make it simple.<br />

rina.org<br />

Wednesday | 07-09-2022<br />




The Electronic Logbook as a Data Service<br />

The electronic logbook<br />

provides<br />

high-quality, secured<br />

documentation of<br />

data, eliminates the<br />

risk of incomplete or<br />

improperly filled logbooks<br />

and reduces the<br />

workload of the crew<br />

onboard the ship.<br />

Further, transforming numerous<br />

manual data processes<br />

into a digital chain of<br />

data for exchange, processing<br />

and analysis could deliver<br />

valuable voyage insights<br />

in real time for ship<br />

owners, managers or<br />

even authorities, ports<br />

and logistic companies.<br />

The amount of documentation<br />

and paper<br />

work associated with<br />

traditional logbooks are<br />

highly time-consuming for<br />

the crew onboard the ship and relate to<br />

time-pressure and human effort.<br />

Related risks are improper documents,<br />

which are vulnerable against authorities,<br />

and distraction of the crew, which imposes<br />

risk of human error. Ashore a<br />

lot of efforts are required to transform<br />

analog data to digital to re-use<br />

them in other IT systems or reports.<br />

Electronic logbooks increase efficiency<br />

of (onboard) processes and make<br />

shipping paperless.<br />

© Raytheon Anschütz<br />

Automated data entries and<br />

workflow-guided templates<br />

Raytheon Anschütz presents its newest product: the eLog<br />

The eLog collects automatic navigational<br />

sensor data entries at an<br />

user-defined time interval: position,<br />

speed and course over<br />

ground, heading. If connected to<br />

the bridge network in addition<br />

environmental and own ship<br />

navigation data is collected<br />

automatically.<br />

Anschütz eLog as the new<br />

electronic logbook<br />

The Anschütz eLog is a digitized logbook<br />

that eliminates the cost and effort of<br />

paper logbook logistics while guaranteeing<br />

high data quality and global data<br />

access via a cloud solution. The eLog<br />

complies with ISO 21745:2019 »Electronic<br />

record books for ships« and holds<br />

several flag state approvals.<br />

As experts for navigation equipment<br />

and bridge systems integration, Raytheon<br />

Anschütz teamed with the Formularus<br />

Verlag when designing the<br />

eLog. Formularus have an international<br />

reputation for logbooks and reports<br />

required in maritime shipping, covering<br />

all aspects of documentation on board<br />

including environmental- and ISPSmatters.<br />

Where needed it simplifies and fastens<br />

manual data entries of users onboard the<br />

ship by easy-to-operate templates with<br />

pre-defined values, workflows and links<br />

to related events that guide the user to<br />

complete the entries (e.g. tugs, pilots).<br />

Entries can be made from multiple devices<br />

connected to the ship’s Ethernet or<br />

Wifi. Each entry is subject to plausibility<br />

checks.<br />

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Integrity and security<br />

of logbook data<br />

A key requirement for logbooks is to ensure<br />

that entries are made tamper-proof<br />

and that non-authorized access and<br />

change to the data is excluded. eLog<br />

achieves transparency through the use of<br />

personalized, role-based accounts.<br />

Changes to the entries and the current<br />

state of approvals are continuously documented,<br />

supporting data integrity. The<br />

electronic approval workflow implements<br />

the traditional signature of master and<br />

chief mate. All data are stored secured<br />

and tamper-proof using Blockchain. Providing<br />

a »single view on the truth«. Blockchain<br />

can be seen as the ideal network to<br />

record and track logbook data entries.<br />

Use of digital logbook data ashore<br />

Digital logbook data can be easily evaluated<br />

by using simple, time-saving search<br />

and filter functions. Beyond this, eLog<br />

has also established connections with<br />

SOFeXchange to allow the data to be used<br />

in real time for statement of facts as well<br />

as with the Podium5 voyage informatics<br />

platform.<br />

Records entered into the eLog can be<br />

automatically captured on the statement<br />

of facts and provided to voyage stakeholders<br />

in real time. Using the digital<br />

data provided by eLog saves time and<br />

guarantees high-quality port documentation<br />

and simplified demurrage<br />

claims with substantially reduced work<br />

for the crew onboard. Moreover, using<br />

the digital logbook data then for data<br />

analytics enables a broader, more reliable<br />

picture of voyage performance, efficiency<br />

and other use cases, compiled to guide<br />

decisions made by stakeholders like ship<br />

owners, ship managers and charterers.<br />

The range of connected services and<br />

companies is continuously growing.<br />

Six major benefits of eLog<br />

• Reduce operational risk<br />

• Have full control about a high-quality<br />

documentation, at any time<br />

• Leverage the possibilities from digital<br />

data usage ashore<br />

• Relieve the crew in stressful situations<br />

• Save effort and cost for paper logbook<br />

logistic<br />

About: Raytheon Anschütz<br />

• Use a sustainable solution on the way<br />

to paperless shipping<br />

The eLog is a modular product. Moderate<br />

initial cost applies for the small gateway<br />

computer and the onboard installation<br />

and licensing. The installation is kept<br />

easy and can be done by any technician<br />

aboard a ship. Worldwide technical support<br />

can be provided as needed.<br />

The basic application is available as an<br />

annual subscription fee, as well as any<br />

module for the books or reports. Updates<br />

are provided as a continuous service.<br />

Free demonstration at <strong>SMM</strong><br />

Visitors to the booth of Raytheon Anschütz<br />

can experience a live demonstration<br />

of the eLog. A free demo access is<br />

also provided on the internet via: www.<br />

raytheon-anschuetz.com/eLog<br />

Hall B6, booth 304<br />

Raytheon Anschütz GmbH headquartered in Kiel, Germany delivers high-quality<br />

navigation solutions and strong, customer-oriented services worldwide. Anschütz<br />

stands for experience and expertise in navigation like no other company, with passion<br />

and innovation being just as much part of our roots as the goal of making navigation at<br />

sea reliable and safe. Our mission is to work with our team of experts around the world<br />

to ensure safety and reliability in navigation on the high seas.<br />

www.raytheon-anschuetz.com<br />

Electronic Logbook.<br />

High-quality data.<br />

Instant access.<br />

Our new eLog enables automated and digitized log-<br />

<br />

logbook logistics while guaranteeing high data quality<br />

and global data access via a cloud. Live demo at <strong>SMM</strong>.<br />

VISIT US AT <strong>SMM</strong><br />

BOOTH B6.304<br />

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Shipping permit: enabling operators to<br />

transition to low/no CO 2<br />

-maritime emissions<br />

To cut emissions, reduce noise, and increase reliability, Bastø Fosen decided to electrify its ferry fleet<br />

With hybrid ship propulsion supported<br />

by its digital portfolio,<br />

Siemens Energy enables the transition to<br />

zero CO 2 emission and energy-efficient<br />

autonomous ship operation by enabling<br />

vessel owners to meet sustainability targets<br />

and comply with IMO 2023.<br />

The shipping industry is under massive<br />

pressure to decarbonize and reduce<br />

greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. From 1<br />

January 2023, the International Maritime<br />

Organization (IMO) will adopt new<br />

measures to its initial GHG strategy<br />

requiring vessels to document a reduction<br />

in GHG emissions, adding carbon to its<br />

previous focus on sulphur emissions. This<br />

means that just a few months before the<br />

‘harbour door’ closes, tens of thousands<br />

of vessels are believed still to fall short of<br />

the minimum requirements. Therefore,<br />

operators must install retrofit technologies<br />

or build new replacement vessels<br />

that comply with tightening targets.<br />

The value of the goal is clear: to reduce<br />

the carbon intensity of all ships by 40 %<br />

by 2030 (cf. 2008). However, these<br />

changes create challenges and opportunities<br />

for vessel owner/operators seeking<br />

compliance. They also bring much<br />

uncertainty – for example, it is still not<br />

yet clear what the penalties for non-compliance<br />

will be. Also seriously lagging are<br />

the millions of decisions that support the<br />

owner/operators in making the necessary<br />

changes: from a legislative and subsidiary<br />

framework to clear economic models to<br />

aid decision making.<br />

The IMO has yet to set a net-zero<br />

emissions target, but many individual<br />

ocean shipping companies already have,<br />

including ferry companies. This continues<br />

a trend more broadly experienced<br />

through transportation – companies are<br />

making progress on their sustainability<br />

strategies without being pushed too hard<br />

by policy. This is likely because they recognize<br />

that sustainability is one of many<br />

benefits.<br />

For example, the world’s largest plug-in<br />

hybrid vessel, »Color Hybrid« (owned by<br />

Colour Line), set a new global standard<br />

for environmentally friendly ships.<br />

Among the innovative and eco-friendly<br />

solutions that make this an important<br />

milestone project for the maritime cluster<br />

is its hybrid ship propulsion based on the<br />

BlueDrive PlusC system from Siemens<br />

Energy. This system makes vessels safer,<br />

more efficient, more profitable, and more<br />

environmentally friendly.<br />

To cut emissions, reduce noise, and increase<br />

reliability, Bastø Fosen decided to<br />

electrify its ferry fleet. Operating on Norway’s<br />

busiest crossing, the company’s allelectric<br />

ferry, »Bastø Electric«, is the largest<br />

of its kind. Bastø Fosen’s electrification<br />

investments – with large battery<br />

packs and fast-charging systems<br />

from Siemens Energy – mean the company<br />

can reduce its CO 2 emissions by<br />

75 % in 2022 and reduce diesel consumption<br />

by six million litres annually.<br />

Hybridization is the first step<br />

toward zero emissions<br />

Today, many vessel types are beginning to<br />

operate in hybrid: diesel, battery, and<br />

e-Fuel. While this may be necessary for<br />

the interim, it is not ideal long term to optimize<br />

energy efficiency while reducing<br />

GHG emissions. Such vessels include offshore<br />

windfarm vessels (installation &<br />

service); ferries and passenger vessels; offshore<br />

oil & gas support vessels; RoPaxvessels;<br />

tugs; cruise vessels; short sea shipping;<br />

research vessels; and shuttle tankers.<br />

All these vessel types are within the midsized<br />

vessel segment (40–200m), where<br />

BlueDrive PlusC and BlueVault systems<br />

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from Siemens Energy offer suitable modular<br />

and flexible bridge-to-grid solutions.<br />

Siemens Energy estimates that the<br />

BlueDrive PlusC and BlueVault solution<br />

reduces GHG emissions by 15–30 %, depending<br />

on the type of vessel when compared<br />

to conventional diesel-electric propulsion<br />

systems where the diesel gen-sets<br />

need to operate at a constant speed.<br />

»Hybridization is the first step towards<br />

zero emissions,« says Thorbjörn Fors,<br />

Business Unit CEO, Siemens Energy. »We<br />

estimate that by 2026 more than 80 % of<br />

all new-build vessels will have a battery<br />

on board to supplement fossil and other<br />

fuel stocks for all but the heaviest duty of<br />

extended routes and safety in the toughest<br />

of conditions.«<br />

These batteries are in demand as they<br />

increase vessels’ operational excellence<br />

and optimize fuel efficiency while lowering<br />

grid-infrastructure costs in harbours<br />

for charging eVessels, plug-in hybrids, or<br />

other shore connections. The BlueDrive<br />

PlusC solution secures the shore-based<br />

grid stability while charging onboard batteries<br />

using the existing grid infrastructure<br />

to connect additional vessels to<br />

it. For harbour operators, this can already<br />

reduce infrastructure costs for shore connection<br />

in harbors by half, as vessels with<br />

the Siemens Energy bridge-to-grid technology<br />

can be directly connected to<br />

either 50Hz or 60Hz grid infrastructure.<br />

In a second step, potentially greener<br />

fuels like those based on hydrogen or methanol<br />

will increasingly operate together<br />

With the Siemens solutions Bastø can reduce its CO 2 emissions by 75 % in 2022<br />

with fewer diesel engines to reduce the<br />

emission of GHGs, resulting in up to an<br />

additional 50 % reduction in GHG<br />

emissions. Step three – zero CHG<br />

About: Siemens Energy<br />

emissions – is likely only once all fossil<br />

fuels are replaced to achieve a zeroemission<br />

operation when the market and<br />

infrastructure are ready.<br />

Siemens Energy is one of the world’s leading energy technology companies. With its<br />

portfolio of products, solutions and services, Siemens Energy covers almost the entire<br />

energy value chain – from power generation and transmission to storage. The portfolio<br />

includes conventional and renewable energy technology, such as gas and steam turbines,<br />

hybrid power plants operated with hydrogen, and power generators and transformers.<br />

A majority stake in the listed company Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy<br />

(SGRE) makes Siemens Energy a global market leader for renewable energies. Siemens<br />

Energy employs around 91,000 people worldwide in more than 90 countries.<br />

www.siemens-energy.com<br />

© Siemens Energy<br />

<br />

Wednesday | 07-09-2022<br />

Honestly,<br />

technology<br />

is not the issue.<br />

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<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>DAILY</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> NEWSWIRE<br />

Start-ups on Stage at <strong>SMM</strong><br />

The 5th Maritime Start-up Night in Hamburg will take place for the first time as part of<br />

the <strong>SMM</strong> trade fair. 16 international start-ups from twelve countries covering digitalisation,<br />

hardware performance, software and marketplace will present their solutions<br />

The German maritime industry is often<br />

still relying on traditional relationships<br />

between business partners and<br />

maybe brokers in between. Maritime Startup<br />

guru Carsten Bullemer, founder of companies<br />

like vesseltracker.com, trusted<br />

docks.com, searoutes.com and portcall.ai,<br />

wants the industry to open up to new ways<br />

of doing business and co-operation. »If a<br />

solution does not fit in the first place, there<br />

will be ways to make it fit,« he is convinced.<br />

Those having the assets like ships or ports<br />

»should get together with people with ideas<br />

and technical know how and just try something<br />

that seems crazy at first. Maybe<br />

something good comes out in the end.«<br />

So, Bullemer came up with the Maritime<br />

Start-up Night to give new maritime companies<br />

a stage to present their solutions to<br />

the industry. This year, the event will take<br />

place for the fifth time – and for the first<br />

time it will be held at the <strong>SMM</strong> maritime<br />

trade show in Hamburg on 7 September.<br />

What better place to pick?<br />

»The Maritime Start-up Night is the only<br />

event in Hamburg where innovative, maritime<br />

start-ups meet the decision-makers of<br />

the industry. In addition, we expect scientists,<br />

athletes and international world stars<br />

from the show industry,« says Bullemer,<br />

who also organizes conferences like the<br />

Seadevcon and AIS Summit and holds<br />

Maritime Start-up Night<br />

7 September<br />

The »Start-up <strong>Day</strong>« will start at<br />

11 am with »Pitches & Panels«. A<br />

jury of industry experts will select<br />

candidates for the grand finale in<br />

the evening: the Start-up Night,<br />

beginnig at 6 pm. Finalists will<br />

pitch again and the winner will<br />

receive the »Maritime Start-up<br />

Award 2022«. Admission is free<br />

for all <strong>SMM</strong> visitors.<br />

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speaches and seminars to bring fresh Blue<br />

Economy ideas into shipping and maritime.<br />

The »Start-up <strong>Day</strong>« begins at 11 am with<br />

the Pitches & Panels. There will be a jury of<br />

industry experts per category who will select<br />

one start-up each for the grand finale<br />

in the evening. The Start-up Night begins<br />

at 6 pm. Here the pre-final winners will<br />

»pitch« their ideas again. The winner will<br />

receive the Maritime Start-up Award 2022.<br />

The programme will be completed by<br />

presentations of interesting personalities<br />

like the extreme swimmer and ocean ambassador<br />

André Wiersig and exciting<br />

stories like that of the discovery of the<br />

wreck of Ernest Shackleton’s icebreaker<br />

»Endurance«. John Noville & Band will<br />

take care of the musical part of the evening.<br />

Admission is free for all <strong>SMM</strong> visitors.<br />

Claus Ulrich Selbach, Business Unit Director<br />

– Maritime and Technology Fairs at<br />

Hamburg Messe und Congress, says: »I am<br />

delighted that the Maritime Start-up Night<br />

is taking place at <strong>SMM</strong> for the first time – I<br />

am especially happy for the newcomers!<br />

Because: nowhere else is the density of<br />

decision-makers in the maritime industry<br />

as high as at <strong>SMM</strong>. Well prepared, the<br />

start-ups will make many valuable contacts<br />

and conclude concrete deals – of that I am<br />

convinced.«<br />

Shipping magazine <strong>HANSA</strong> will present<br />

the winner of the Start-Up Award with a<br />

»media booster«, i.e. a marketing package<br />

worth 10,000 €.<br />

Check out part 2 of our Maritime<br />

Start-Up Night participants’ portraits<br />

and feel invited to attend the show. <br />

© Maritime Start-up Night<br />

Wednesday | 07-09-2022<br />


<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>DAILY</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> NEWSWIRE<br />

Closelink is a leading technology platform<br />

for the shipping industry, focused on substantially<br />

improving the process for procurement<br />

of ship consumables. The benefits<br />

for the users of our platform go far<br />

beyond process optimization and standardization.<br />

We introduce data-enabled<br />

automation to key decision making. The<br />

platform is unique through the adoption<br />

of a category management approach,<br />

where the capabilities the platform provides<br />

cater for the particular requirements<br />

that different consumables may have. Customers<br />

using Closelink benefit from a reduction<br />

in product and delivery related<br />

costs, a reduction of manual work for purchasing<br />

& reporting activities and from<br />

insights that drive continuous improvement<br />

of strategic procurement.<br />

Today, Closelink is used by more than 850<br />

ships from shipping companies around<br />

the world as well as by leading consumable<br />

suppliers including manufacturers, distributors<br />

and traders.<br />

<br />

FROM<br />


TO<br />


WE’LL<br />

TAKE<br />

CARE OF<br />

YOUR<br />

FLEET.<br />

With over 44,000 experienced seafarers onboard we<br />

can:<br />

Improve vessel performance – by ensuring your<br />

<br />

<br />

Reduce overheads and running costs – by<br />

<br />

and state-of-the-art technology, we’ll reduce your<br />

<br />

Cetasol offers data-driven software<br />

solutions for sustainability<br />

with AI-powered energy optimization<br />

solutions for marine-commercial<br />

vessels. Cetasol has investigated<br />

a potential for reducing<br />

energy consumption (hence CO 2 )<br />

by 10–35 % only by reducing variations<br />

in the operation (day-day,<br />

captain-captain, etc.). Cetasol’s<br />

solution, called iHelm (Intelligent<br />

Helm), is optimizing customers’<br />

energy consumption. The longterm<br />

goal is to add a brain to the<br />

system in order for the system to<br />

learn by itself and provide »actionable<br />

insights«. The service<br />

provides 10–25 % reduction in<br />

fuel consumption (CO 2 and cost)<br />

and facilitates the transition to<br />

electric and hybrid by a realistic<br />

evaluation of electrification potentials.<br />

It also prolongs the battery<br />

lifetime for electric vessels.<br />

In order to receive real-time data<br />

for optimizing energy consumption,<br />

an industrial PC is<br />

plugged into the vessel. In addition,<br />

an onboard dashboard is<br />

installed to provide the captain<br />

with insights and recommendations<br />

on how to improve<br />

manoeuvring. The use of iHelm<br />

results in a reduction in fuel consumption,<br />

CO2 and cost saving.<br />

»In our initial cases, we noticed a<br />

17 % reduction in fuel consumption<br />

in the first year, and<br />

22 % reduced fuel consumption<br />

in the second year,« Cetasol says.<br />

The iHelm platform is a subscription<br />

service, that develops and<br />

improves over time.<br />

<br />

Visit us at booth B4.EG.200 at <strong>SMM</strong> 2022<br />

<br />

and see our approach in action, visit:<br />

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<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>DAILY</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> NEWSWIRE<br />

Ankeri offers ship owners, charterers,<br />

managers and other stakeholders<br />

a cloud-based platform to<br />

manage data, collaborate, optimise<br />

fleet utility, increase efficiency and<br />

promote sustainability in shipping.<br />

Ankeri’s solutions allow stakeholders<br />

to take control of their data<br />

and create new value by organizing<br />

and cultivating their own commercial,<br />

operational and technical ship<br />

data. Ankeri’s product Fleet &<br />

Chartering helps shipping professionals<br />

organize data, share it<br />

and collaborate for improved productivity<br />

and informed decision<br />

making. The Data Connections<br />

Hub is a cloud-based, robust, scalable<br />

and secure data storage infrastructure<br />

for connecting to source<br />

data and transforming it into a<br />

format that other systems can<br />

make use of. Whether it is auto log<br />

data from different vendors, AIS,<br />

now cast, hind cast or noon reports,<br />

the Data Connections Hub<br />

is able to connect to every onshore<br />

source API to create a consolidated<br />

and concise representation of the<br />

data. Ankeri’s Aware app generates<br />

quick insights from fleet data – including<br />

each vessel’s CII as per<br />

voyage or time period. <br />

Trusteddocks.com is the first matchmaking<br />

platform connecting shipyards,<br />

shipowners, shipmanagers,<br />

equipment manufacturers, and service<br />

suppliers. The marketplace is used by<br />

over 250 shipyards and 130 shipmanagers<br />

and has conducted over 80+<br />

global drydocking tenders. The order<br />

platform new-ships.com tracks all<br />

new build activities worldwide with<br />

and provides knowledge and advice to<br />

ship owners and orderers.<br />

<br />

Visit us at <strong>SMM</strong> Hamburg<br />

September 6-9, 2022<br />

Hall A4, Booth A4.407<br />

Xyzt.ai is a high-tech company offering<br />

an innovative no-code visual<br />

analytics SaaS platform for the maritime<br />

industry. The xyzt.ai Maritime<br />

Analytics Platform empowers data<br />

analysts at port authorities, shipbuilders,<br />

and other maritime stakeholders<br />

with a powerful »no-code«<br />

and »bring your own data« tool for<br />

easy and fast insight generation<br />

from massive amounts of all types<br />

of spatial temporal data. Xyzt.ai is<br />

offering its users an instant self-service<br />

workflow bringing time to insights<br />

»down from months to minutes«<br />

whilst saving budget and improving<br />

safety, compliance, and operational<br />

performance.<br />

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»Marine Medical Solutions – the Medic’s driven Company<br />

for your Crew, your Ship’s safety and your success« is this<br />

Start-up’s slogan. Medicine and health care on ships is difficult<br />

to compare with land-based health care. In addition<br />

to profound medical knowledge and experience, it<br />

requires knowledge of the specific environment and the<br />

resulting consequences. MMS provides just that – along<br />

the crew’s pathway. From PEME quality improvement to<br />

full PEME management. From telemedical advice for<br />

ships to advice for shipping companies on standards, processes<br />

and compliance. From organising shoreside referrals<br />

to repatriation.<br />

»With our global network of medical facilities, medical<br />

suppliers, assistances and P&I clubs, we don’t do only<br />

›single-case-Management‹ but also bundle all medical issues<br />

for Shipping companies and ship management companies.<br />

At <strong>SMM</strong> we expose together with one of our<br />

partners. ShipMedical – the high-quality medical supplier,<br />

specialised in shipping,« the company says.<br />

<br />

Insurwave works with speciality insurance teams across logistics,<br />

marine, aviation and energy organisations to modernise<br />

their insurance interactions. The Insurwave platform was developed<br />

from a client’s perspective, focusing on the insurance<br />

buyer’s needs and challenges they face. The comprehensive<br />

SaaS technology platform liberates the entire insurance<br />

chain from painstaking admin so that insurance buyers now<br />

have the time to focus on identifying and managing new and<br />

emerging risks. The platform provides easy access to real<br />

time, reliable source of quality data plus enhanced valuable<br />

insights, meaning insurance buyers now have everything in<br />

one place needed to make quicker and better insurance decisions<br />

for their business. Founded in 2018, Insurwave has<br />

continually advanced its technology platform in response to<br />

insurance buyers’ requirements and now supports over 50<br />

clients globally. That’s over 11,000 assets (vessels, ports & terminals,<br />

aircraft and property), including 8 % of the global<br />

marine fleet, with a combined insurance value of $120 bn<br />

that are now active on the Insurwave platform.<br />

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IMES<br />

EPM Next Generation<br />

The German Imes GmbH, a specialist in<br />

cylinder pressure sensors and engine<br />

monitoring systems, will present the next<br />

generation of its electronic handheld devices<br />

type EPM at <strong>SMM</strong>. Since 2008 the<br />

electronic indicator EPM-XP has been in<br />

series production, and now, Imes offers<br />

four different EPM types: EPM-Peak,<br />

EPM-XP, EPM-XPplus and EPM-<br />

XPplus-vibro.<br />

All EPM devices are battery-powered,<br />

compact and lightweight handheld devices<br />

for 2– and 4-stroke diesel engines. They<br />

are easy to use, robust, and have high accuracy.<br />

There is no need for factory calibration<br />

after several years of operation.<br />

The measurements the user can perform<br />

depend on the EPM type. The digital peak<br />

pressure indicator EPM-Peak is designed<br />

to measure the maximum cylinder pressure<br />

value. At the same time, the engine<br />

analyser EPM-XPplus-vibro enables advanced<br />

combustion pressure measurements,<br />

including vibro-acoustic diagnostic<br />

on 2– and 4-stroke diesel engines. The<br />

further development of EPM Next Generation<br />

offers one standard hardware for all<br />

EMP types; this enables a simple upgrade<br />

from peak pressure indicator EPM-Peak to<br />

engine analyser EPM-XPplus-vibro. The<br />

user can download a higher version from<br />

the Internet and sending the device back to<br />

IMES is unnecessary.<br />

The collected data of all EPM types can<br />

be displayed and evaluated from the EPM<br />

visualisation software. The device will be<br />

connected to a PC via a USB port, and the<br />

visualisation software identifies the EPM<br />

type and activates the corresponding<br />

software functions. Depending on the instrument,<br />

peak pressure, pressure- and<br />

combustion behaviour, performance data<br />

and valve timing will be evaluated and<br />

analysed. If the PC is connected to the internet,<br />

it will be automatically checked if<br />

there are any hardware or visualisation<br />

EPM-XÜlus with Vibrosensor<br />

software updates. The user can install the<br />

updates, and they are free of charge.<br />

Furthermore, the optimised handheld<br />

devices offer two additional function<br />

keys for easier handling and a more extensive<br />

and comprehensive display.<br />

All devices of the EPM family are<br />

equipped with the very robust cylinder<br />

pressure sensor HTT-06, which offers<br />

good thermodynamic performance.<br />

Hall A2 | booth 235<br />

© IMES<br />


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der <strong>SMM</strong>: A4.310<br />


Niemand kennt das Schiff so gut wie die Besatzung an Bord. Für den Antrieb aber bleibt SCHOTTEL der<br />

Experte. Wir setzen alles daran, die maximale Verfügbarkeit der Anlagen zu gewährleisten. Während der<br />

gesamten Lebensdauer der Schiffe bieten wir eine Bandbreite an Services an, die es Betreibern ermöglichen,<br />

die Effizienz ihrer Schiffe zu erhöhen und teure Stillstandszeiten auf ein Minimum zu reduzieren.<br />

Die passende Lösung zum passenden Zeitpunkt am passenden Ort: Mit dem weltweiten Reparaturangebot<br />

von SCHOTTEL wird das möglich.<br />

Wednesday | 07-09-2022<br />

www.schottel.de<br />


<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>DAILY</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> NEWSWIRE<br />

Körting<br />

ejectors<br />

for the<br />

shipbuilding<br />

industry<br />


Ready for autonomous shipping<br />

The solutions are contributing to an environmentally friendly maritime future<br />

© Bachmann<br />

<strong>SMM</strong> HAMBURG<br />

06.09. - 09.09.2022<br />

HALL A2 | BOOTH A2.133<br />

trouble-free<br />

operation for life!<br />

The company is preparing for the autonomy<br />

of vessels, which is becoming a reality<br />

through the standardisation of the interfaces<br />

between different technology<br />

suppliers and is presenting its solutions at<br />

the <strong>SMM</strong>.<br />

The MTP (Module Type Package)<br />

standard, which describes the standardisation<br />

of communication between systems<br />

and the control level, reduces commissioning<br />

times and protocols such as<br />

DDS (Data Distribution Service), enabling<br />

redundant, easy-to-integrate applications<br />

to provide information in realtime.<br />

Bachmann‘s expertise in intelligent<br />

maintenance applications enables shore<br />

support during operation and prevents<br />

unexpected failures. Even though ships<br />

are currently still primarily conventionally<br />

powered, Bachmann is contributing<br />

to an environmentally friendly<br />

maritime future with integrated energy<br />

management and control solutions. The<br />

company supports safe control and operation<br />

in conventional shipping by offering<br />

Openbridge design objects in a standard<br />

Scada solution.<br />

Bachmann brings together partners,<br />

customers, product managers and application<br />

engineers to exchange individual<br />

strengths, ideas, solutions and technologies.<br />

Through joint efforts, visions<br />

are transformed into tangible automation<br />

solutions. Industry-wide collaboration<br />

allows system integrators and<br />

equipment manufacturers to focus on<br />

their solutions with minimal development<br />

and commissioning time.<br />

Hall B6, booth 305<br />


Electric propulsion systems<br />

Transfluid-Bellmarine is is specialised in<br />

the industrial production of »plug and<br />

play« systems for electric and hybrid propulsion.<br />

Due to the company, its strengths<br />

are: simplicity, speed of installation and<br />

ease of use. Suitable for small or large<br />

boats whether they are for work, transport<br />

or pleasure.<br />

Different power and transmissions up<br />

to a power of 260 kW are available to customers,<br />

the electric motors we produce in<br />

house with DNV Type Approval, are with<br />

permanent magnets, new generation and<br />

very high efficiency.<br />

Transfluid also has its own line of LiFe-<br />

Po4 batteries, DNV certified, so that it can<br />

offer a fully integrated and tested system.<br />

The new Transfluid electric machine,<br />

called EM375–200, is the best of<br />

technology combined with the simplicity<br />

of manufacture. The result is a<br />

mix of excellent performance and low<br />

cost.<br />

The machine delivers up to 260 kW at<br />

2300 rpm as an engine and produces up<br />

to 190 kWe as a generator. The engine,<br />

liquid-cooled and with limited weight,<br />

can be combined with marine gear, or a<br />

waterjet or sterndrive.<br />

Applications range from commercial<br />

passenger boats, to work boats of all<br />

kinds, such as fishing boats, transport,<br />

support and to boats for defence and<br />

control of the seas.<br />

<br />

32 Wednesday | 07-09-2022<br />

+49 511 2129-446 | sales@koerting.de





AT <strong>SMM</strong> 2022<br />

06. – 09. SEPTEMBER 2022<br />


HALL B3. OG.<br />

Ministry of Foreign Affairs<br />

and International Cooperation

<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>DAILY</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> NEWSWIRE<br />


Doors for ships<br />

Antti Marine diverse product range includes<br />

accommodation doors as well as<br />

doors to various interior facilities. Customer<br />

satisfaction is based on understanding<br />

and listening to the customer’s<br />

requests, a delivery chain that is reliable<br />

and the ability to act quickly. Antti<br />

offers more than a door, the producer<br />

says.<br />

Antti Marine B-15 fire doors have official<br />

approvals and meet the SOLAS and<br />

IMO requirements for fire safety, among<br />

other standards including certified<br />

ISO9001:2015 quality management system.<br />

The doors made by Antti Marine are<br />

tailored according to the customer’s<br />

needs and the ship designers’ plans and<br />

visions. Advanced manufacturing techniques<br />

and continuous research and development<br />

make it possible to create<br />

unique surface textures and even the<br />

most unusual visual solutions. The company<br />

says, it offers stylish designs that<br />

meet the specific needs of each ship.<br />

The E-Hinge is the latest innovation<br />

providing a safe and easy hard-wired<br />

ethernet connection between the door<br />

and ship’s ethernet system. Due to Antti<br />

it’s fast to install, completely invisible, and<br />

safe from accidental damage. The<br />

E-Hinge allows to rebuild old offline<br />

locks to be updated to an online system<br />

without changing the existing door leaves<br />

or frames.<br />

Hall B5 | booth 311<br />

The doors meet the SOLAS and IMO requirements<br />

© Antti<br />


New ballast water treatment<br />

The French UV water treatment pioneer<br />

Bio-UV Group will exhibit a pair of Bio-<br />

Sea ballast water treatment systems at this<br />

year’s <strong>SMM</strong>. The company will showcase<br />

its new »M«-Series Bio Sea unit alongside<br />

its low-flow Bio-Sea »L« series. All Bio Sea<br />

units incorporate Bio UV Group’s nextgeneration<br />

UV-C lamp technology, developed<br />

in response to market demand for a<br />

BWTS with reduced operational costs, a<br />

small footprint and simplified maintenance<br />

and installation.<br />

The low energy consumption UV reactor<br />

in the Bio-Sea »L« Series is based<br />

around an entirely new type-approved<br />

© Bio-UV<br />

Bio-Sea ballast water treatment systems<br />

6 kW UV lamp arrangement. The system<br />

is sized to guarantee full IMO and USCG<br />

compliance, treating flow rates of between<br />

13 m3/h and 120 m3/h from one of<br />

the most compact, least energy consuming<br />

BWTS on the market. The UV technology<br />

has been applied across the range<br />

of Bio-Sea systems developed for flow<br />

rates between 2000 m3/h.<br />

Bio-UV Group is also now providing<br />

customers with complete turnkey solutions,<br />

offering everything from frontend<br />

engineering and design, 3D scanning<br />

through to pre-installation pipework, installation,<br />

commissioning and throughlife<br />

service and maintenance.<br />

Hall A1| booth 124<br />

34 Wednesday | 07-09-2022

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Sterntubeless ship concept<br />

Leading zero pollution bearings and seal<br />

manufacturer Thordon Bearings is fielding<br />

an executive team of technical experts<br />

at <strong>SMM</strong> this week to answer questions<br />

about the revolutionary Thomson<br />

SternSpace (TSS) sterntube-less ship design.<br />

ABS awarded the ship design concept<br />

Approval in Principle to naval architect<br />

Shanghai Merchant Ship Design &<br />

Research Institute (SDARI), in June.<br />

Working in collaboration with SDARI,<br />

the National Technical University of<br />

Athens (NTUA) and ABS, Thordon Bearings<br />

helped develop a ship design that incorporates<br />

the TSS to remove the need<br />

for a sterntube. By simply reconfiguring<br />

the sterntube space with a shorter shaft<br />

and moving the engine further aft significant<br />

operational cost savings can be<br />

made, cargo capacity increased and the<br />

vessel’s environmental footprint greatly<br />

improved.<br />

Thordon’s award-winning COMPAC<br />

Open Seawater Lubricated Propeller<br />

Shaft System, which is integral to the<br />

new TSS sterntube-less ship concept, is<br />

already in use in more than 500 of the<br />

700 or so ships worldwide that operate<br />

seawater-lubricated propeller shaft<br />

bearings.<br />

The COMPAC bearing is a proprietary<br />

non-metallic polymeric material lubricated<br />

by seawater that offers considerable<br />

advantages in bearing wear life predictability<br />

and reliability. The seawater lubricated<br />

bearing system is also less expensive<br />

to maintain and easier to install than<br />

oil lubricated systems and meets classification<br />

society criteria for extended shaft<br />

inspections and withdrawal.<br />

Chris Leontopoulos, Director, Global<br />

Ship Systems Centre, ABS, and Anthony<br />

Hamilton, Technical Director, Thordon<br />

Bearings Inc will present the TSS sterntube-less<br />

ship to <strong>SMM</strong> visitors on Wednesday<br />

7 September at 11:00 or 16:00 in<br />

Conference Room Osaka 1, Hall A4.<br />

Visitors to <strong>SMM</strong> can also learn more<br />

Sterntubeless ship design<br />

about the concept and the benefits of<br />

seawater lubricated bearings in general<br />

at Thordon Bearings’.<br />

Hall A4 | booth 123<br />

© Thordon<br />

ZF<br />

New thruster series<br />

The Friedrichshafen based company ZF<br />

Marine is a manufacturer of marine propulsion<br />

system technology for all types of<br />

vessels, from motor yachts and sailboats<br />

to superyachts, high-speed ferries and<br />

commercial vessels.<br />

At the <strong>SMM</strong> in Hamburg ZF will presents<br />

the ZF hybrid transmission 5200 A<br />

PTI, including an electric motor on site.<br />

Besides the show its latest hybrid version<br />

of the ZF AT 80 thruster series.<br />

In addition to a broad portfolio of hybrid<br />

transmissions, ZF offers transmissions<br />

for electric drives. ZF can<br />

supply electric and hybrid-capable<br />

thrusters, electric motors, power electronics,<br />

and control levers as a systems<br />

supplier.<br />

Due to the company shipbuilders and<br />

fleet operators benefit from the coordinated<br />

drive system from a single<br />

source.<br />

Hall A3 | booth 219<br />

Die Zukunft sicher gestalten,<br />

mit dem Blick nach vorne!<br />

Unsere Kompetenz. Unsere Verantwortung.<br />

• <br />

• Smart Maintenance Anwendungen<br />

• OpenBridge, MTP<br />

• Energiemanagement<br />

Wednesday | 07-09-2022<br />

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DNV.COM/AF<br />

www.bachmann.info<br />

Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch<br />

auf unserem Stand B6.305. 35

<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>DAILY</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> NEWSWIRE<br />

Marc Mühlenbeck and Josefin Klindt,<br />

Sales Managers,<br />

EST Floattech<br />

»We are talking<br />

about capacities of up to 10 MWh«<br />

Welcome to the <strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> Podcast, our special podcast edition<br />

on the occasion of the world’s leading shipbuilding trade fair.<br />

© Wroblewski<br />

Listen here for free: https://hansa-online.de/smm/ or scan the QR code<br />

C<br />

ontributing 3 % to global CO 2 Emissions, shipping needs to<br />

change something and »we would like to be a part of it,«<br />

says Josefin Klindt of EST Floattech on this episode of the<br />

<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> Podcast. The application of battery technology is<br />

depending on the operational profiles, sizes and types of vessels,<br />

says Klindt’s colleague Marc Mühlenbeck. »Right now, we have<br />

hybrid and full electric solutions used mainly in ferries, inland<br />

passenger vessels and workboats. We are talking battery capacities<br />

fromm 100 kWh to 1 MWh. In ocean going vessels battery<br />

capacity is still an issue for longer distances. But there are different<br />

application cases for peak shaving and hotel load for large<br />

cargo vessels. »We are now also talking to companies operating<br />

cruise vessels and mega yachts about capacities of up to 10<br />

MWh,« says Mühlenbeck. Klindt adds: »Today there are already<br />

ferries sailing fully electric for eight hours. In the future this<br />

might change with other chemistries that scientists are working<br />

on. For the future, maybe solid state batteries could triple todays<br />

energy density.«<br />

EST Floattech is focusing on cooperations with system integrators<br />

and engine manufacturers while also promoting standardization<br />

of charging systems<br />

among the grid companies.<br />

»The vessels need charging<br />

infrastructure so we are<br />

pushing that as well,« says<br />

Klindt. The company presents<br />

its new Octopus high<br />

power energy system at<br />

<strong>SMM</strong> and Mühlenbeck is<br />

looking forward to fruitful<br />

discussions at the fair.<br />

Maybe a new cooperation<br />

will be the outcome …<br />

36 Wednesday | 07-09-2022

<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>DAILY</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> NEWSWIRE<br />


Fasan – rustic and cosy<br />

My personal recommendation for an<br />

original Hamburg location is the pub<br />

»Fasan« in the fantastic district »Eimsbüttel«<br />

close to downtown. The »Fasan«<br />

has a comfy vintage interior and a great<br />

new »Biergarten«.<br />

They offer freshly tapped beer, special<br />

drinks and several meals. I prefer the<br />

handmade burger and weekly changing<br />

home cooking. The guests are aged from<br />

18–80. They come to watch soccer, play<br />

darts or cards and meet friends.<br />

© <strong>HANSA</strong><br />

Susanne Sinß<br />

Media Consulting, <strong>HANSA</strong><br />

© Fasan<br />

Sports, burger and fresh tapped beer - that’s Fasan<br />

Adress:<br />

Eichenstraße 10,<br />

20259 Hamburg-Eimsbüttel<br />

www.fasan-hamburg.info<br />

What keeps you on course?<br />

The right rudder – of course!<br />

Wednesday | 07-09-2022<br />

www.loewe-marine.com<br />

Bremen | Hamburg<br />


<strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>DAILY</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> NEWSWIRE<br />


T.R.U.D.E. – a part of Hamburg’s history<br />

The green<br />

dimension of<br />

efficiency<br />

MMG high efficiency products,<br />

including the digitally optimized<br />

5D – Propulsion technologies<br />

one can save up to 15% of fuel in<br />

comparison to conventional ship<br />

drives. By use of the most modern<br />

technology, MMG guarantees a<br />

maximum accuracy in design and<br />

manufacturing of propellers, which<br />

perfectly match the operating<br />

profile of the ship and achieve an<br />

unrivalled efficiency.<br />

Learn more about our efficiency<br />

products and innovative 5D –<br />

Propulsion by visiting us at the<br />

<strong>SMM</strong> in Germany:<br />

Date 6th-9th of Sept. 2022<br />

Hall A3 Booth 308<br />

efficiency-by-mmg.de<br />

T.R.U.D.E. was a shield tunnel boring machine, now it‘s the restaurants name<br />

The T.R.U.D.E. in Hamburg, a restaurant,<br />

bar & café in one, can be found near the<br />

Barmbek railway station right next to the<br />

»Museum der Arbeit« and is always<br />

worth a visit.<br />

Burgers, steaks, various vegan dishes<br />

and delicious cocktails are served in style<br />

in a spacious restaurant with an industrial<br />

ambience and a large, partly covered<br />

terrace.<br />

They place the greatest value on sustainable<br />

quality. Products that cannot be produced<br />

in-house are sourced as regionally<br />

as possible or even from the immediate<br />

neighbourhood.<br />

In particular, the fair-trade coffee,<br />

which I highly recommend to all visitors,<br />

comes from a small roastery in Hamburg<br />

and is gently roasted especially for the<br />

T.R.U.D.E. If you are there, you absolutely<br />

have to try the »Trüffeligen« – my personal<br />

highlight. It‘s a tarte flambée with<br />

mushrooms, herb mushrooms, young<br />

leeks, tomatoes, and truffle mayonnaise<br />

on tomato puree. Accompanied by a<br />

homemade iced tea – blueberryrosemary<br />

iced tea – the day is perfect!<br />

Good to know: The name »T.R.U.D.E.«<br />

is an acronym for »Tief Runter Unter Die<br />

Elbe« (Deep Down Under the Elbe).<br />

Trude is a shield tunnel boring machine<br />

Alexandra Giercke<br />

Sales & Marketing, <strong>HANSA</strong><br />

that was the largest tunnel boring machine<br />

in the world at the time and was<br />

used to a large extent to construct the<br />

fourth Elbe tunnel tube. It now stands in<br />

the immediate vicinity of the restaurant<br />

as an eye-catcher on the canal.<br />

Address:<br />

Maurienstraße 13–15<br />

Hamburg<br />

22305 Hamburg-Barmbek<br />

www.trude-hh.de<br />

© Giercke<br />

© <strong>HANSA</strong><br />

38 Wednesday | 07-09-2022



Hamburg Süd – 50 years on the world’s oceans<br />

Hamburg Südamerikanische Dampfschifffahrts-Gesellschaft<br />

was founded on 4 November 1871. Shortly afterwards, Hamburg<br />

Süd , as it soon became known, opened a monthly liner service<br />

from Hamburg via Lisbon to Rio de Janeiro, Bahia and Santos<br />

with three steamships, the »Rio«, the »Santos« and the »Brazil«.<br />

Due to the dynamic economic development in the still<br />

young German Empire, the liner service between Europe and<br />

the major ports of the South American east coast offered enormous<br />

opportunities. While more and more raw materials and<br />

plantation products were transported to Germany, countless<br />

emigrants used Hamburg Süd‘s steamships to make their way to<br />

the New World. In both freight and passenger traffic, the Hamburg<br />

shipping company set standards with ever more modern<br />

ships and innovative technologies. Legendary ships like the<br />

»Cap Polonio« and »Cap Arcona« became symbols of luxurious<br />

travel. Just in time for the anniversary, journalist and author<br />

Matthias Gretzschel vividly traces the 150-year history of<br />

Hamburg Süd.<br />

Hamburg Süd – 50 years on the world`s ocean<br />

Author: Matthias Gretzschel<br />

Hardcover, 24 x 28 cm, 288 pages<br />

Price € (D) 39,90<br />

ISBN 978–3–7822–1505–3<br />

English<br />

Publisher<br />

Prof. Peter Tamm †<br />

Management<br />

Peter Tamm<br />

Editorial Department<br />

Editor-in-Chief: Krischan Förster (KF)<br />

Tel. +49 (0)40-70 70 80-206 | k.foerster@hansa-online.de<br />

Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Michael Meyer (MM)<br />

Tel. +49 (0)40-70 70 80-212 | m.meyer@hansa-online.de<br />

Editor: Felix Selzer (fs)<br />

Tel. +49 (0)40-70 70 80-210 | f.selzer@hansa-online.de<br />

Editor: Anna Wroblewski (AW)<br />

Tel. +49 (0)40-70 70 80-209 | a.wroblewski@hansa-online.de<br />

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Ein Unternehmen der TAMM MEDIA<br />

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Postfach 10 57 23 | 20039 Hamburg<br />

Tel. +49 0)40 70 70 80-02, Fax -214<br />

www.hansa-online.de<br />

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auf der internationalen Fachmesse der<br />

maritimen Wirtschaft in den Messehallen Hamburg.<br />

HALLE B7 | STAND 130<br />

Wednesday | 07-09-2022<br />


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