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<strong>SMM</strong> <strong>Newswire</strong> Thursday | 8-9-2022<br />

Leitmotif »Protecting The Seven Seas«<br />

Today and tomorrow, experts of navies, the industry and international organisations will<br />

meet at the security conference MS&D at <strong>SMM</strong> to discuss defence challenges, technology<br />

developments and cybersecurity under the leitmotif »Protecting The Seven Seas«<br />

Cooperation is one key: Germany‘s frigate »Bayern«<br />

participated in a large manoeuvre of the Japanese navy<br />

© PIZ Marine<br />

There is war in Europe: A sad reality for several months now.<br />

Military conflicts not only take place on land and in the air<br />

but increasingly on the water, as well – with far-reaching consequences:<br />

»This war is another heavy blow to the global economy,<br />

and that includes international shipping, logistics chains<br />

and ports,« says Bernd Aufderheide, President and CEO of Hamburg<br />

Messe und Congress. At MS&D, the International Conference<br />

on Maritime Security and Defence held in conjunction<br />

with <strong>SMM</strong>, the discussion will focus on questions of defence policy<br />

and equipment for naval forces.<br />

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

As the current international situation shows,<br />

global free trade is increasingly exposed to<br />

risks. The protection of sea routes for international<br />

commercial shipping is the subject<br />

of the keynote presented by Martin<br />

Kröger, Managing Director of the German<br />

Shipowners Association (VDR).<br />

General (retd.) Egon Ramms, former<br />

Commander of the Allied Joint Force<br />

Command and one of the highest-ranking<br />

German officers in NATO, will outline<br />

the lessons to be learned from the Ukraine<br />

war. Around the world many nations are responding<br />

to new security situations by increasing<br />

their defence expenditures.<br />

Arms buildup in the Far East<br />

One of the panels will address maritime security in the Indo<br />

Pacific region where maintaining low-friction relations between<br />

nations is considered as a major challenge. The Chinese government<br />

is continuously increasing its military spending at rates exceeding<br />

the country’s economic growth.<br />

On the water, the People‘s Republic is already in the lead: »Between<br />

2014 and 2018, China added naval ships equivalent to the<br />

total tonnage of the UK’s Royal Navy or the entire Japanese naval<br />

Sarah Kirchberger<br />

Kiel University<br />

© IEA de Paris<br />

fleet to its already considerable navy,« says<br />

Sarah Kirchberger, Head of the Department<br />

for Strategic Development in Asia-Pacific at<br />

the Institute for Security Policy at Kiel<br />

University. »This naval armament policy<br />

is practically unequalled in history.« In<br />

her speech, Kirchberger will explore the<br />

objectives and potential of the Chinese<br />

navy. China’s massive military investments<br />

are giving rise to worries among<br />

neighbouring countries, prompting them<br />

to strengthen their ties among each other.<br />

For example, Australia and Japan agreed a security<br />

cooperation as early as 2007. The German<br />

navy‘s ability to cooperate with East Asian<br />

navies on securing key shipping routes was<br />

demonstrated recently when the frigate<br />

»Bayern« participated in a large manoeuvre of<br />

the Japanese navy. Deep Sea Captain Rtd. Joachim Gutow will explain<br />

how the German navy is re-establishing itself as a partner in<br />

the Far East. Apart from scientists and industry experts, a<br />

number of high-ranking naval officers will provide insights during<br />

the conference – about the security situation in the eastern<br />

Mediterranean or in the Baltic Sea.<br />

Advanced technologies<br />

As adviser to the Institute for Security Policy at Kiel University,<br />

Patrick O’Keeffe is well familiar with security situations around<br />

the world. A trained aerospace engineer, he will focus his presentation<br />

on cyber security during naval operations. High-tech applications<br />

are in the spotlight at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems<br />

(tkMS), as well. Specialised on naval shipbuilding, the company is<br />

currently dealing with an »explosive inheritance« from World<br />

War II. In German territorial waters alone, there are approximately<br />

1.6 mill. t left. tkms’ General Manager Knut Baumann<br />

will present a partially autonomous recovery system used to<br />

defuse these ticking timebombs.<br />

Green fuels which may be suitable for naval vessels are the<br />

topic of the presentation by Andreas Junginger from MAN Energy<br />

Solutions, connecting the military with the civilian maritime<br />

world and the key topic of <strong>SMM</strong>: The Maritime Transition to<br />

emission-free shipping.<br />

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Thursday, September 8<br />

09:00 - 11:10<br />

• Opening & Keynotes<br />

11:10 - 12:25<br />

• Panel I: Maritime Security<br />

13:25 - 17:00<br />

• Panel II: Regional Maritime Security<br />

18:30 - 21:00<br />

• Reception (not open to public)<br />

Friday, September 9<br />

09:00 - 11:15<br />

• Panel III: Littoral Operations and Harbour Security<br />

11:15 - 16:15<br />

• Panel IV: Maritime Technology<br />

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Peter Müller-Baum<br />

Secretary General,<br />

International Council on Combustion Engines<br />

(CIMAC)<br />

© CIMAC<br />

»There has to be a market for<br />

synthetic fuels to get ahead«<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 />

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

This time the maritime energy transition is one of the most important topics of the <strong>SMM</strong> maritime<br />

trade show taking place in Hamburg from 6 to 9 September. »In 2018 it was more of a<br />

niche topic, but today it is THE topic. I guess we will see some innovations regarding the engine<br />

itself. Whether it is about new fuels like methanol or ammonia as well as other innovation which<br />

allow the maritime business to decarbonize in the future,« Peter Müller-Baum, Secretary General<br />

of the International Council on Combustion Engines (CIMAC), says on the <strong>HANSA</strong> <strong>SMM</strong> Podcast.<br />

It is CIMAC’s position that the internal combustion engine will play the most important role<br />

for deep sea shipping in the future. »However, you can combine it with electrification, fuel cells or<br />

other means to improve the complete system, but actually the kind of fuels, how they will be produced<br />

in the future and how the shipping industry may benefit from that, are the most important<br />

questions for CIMAC,« Müller-Baum says. »To get that market ramp up started, we need the regulator.<br />

We need actions from the IMO or other actors like the EU.«<br />

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© VDMA Marine Equipment and Systems<br />

Jörg Mutschler<br />

Managing Director<br />

VDMA Marine Equipment and Systems<br />

A particularly<br />

great responsibility<br />

We are pleased and proud to be<br />

present again as VDMA at <strong>SMM</strong><br />

2022. We are very excited about the discussions<br />

and exchanges with you, the<br />

visitors and exhibitors at the world‘s<br />

leading maritime trade fair. We are<br />

convinced that the planned and especially<br />

the unplanned trade fair contacts<br />

will increase the speed of innovation<br />

worldwide.<br />

Despite or precisely because of the<br />

many crises and imponderables, it is<br />

necessary to advance the maritime<br />

economy and its logistics, because it is<br />

a prerequisite for increasing prosperity<br />

worldwide. The global economy will<br />

falter without the smooth exchange of<br />

capital goods and commodities.<br />

The shipbuilding and offshore supply<br />

industries have a particularly great responsibility<br />

in this regard. Through the<br />

maritime energy transition (electric,<br />

hybrid, PowerToX), new digital standards<br />

(MTP, UMATI) and intelligent<br />

route planning, we are on the way to a<br />

climate-neutral and fast transport<br />

chain at sea. The shipbuilding and offshore<br />

supply industry companies ensure<br />

the unrestricted technical availability<br />

of the transport units. Their<br />

know-how in construction, lifetime<br />

service and digital data acquisition,<br />

evaluation and implementation are the<br />

guarantors of this.<br />

The necessary interfaces to energy<br />

generation are also provided by maritime<br />

mechanical engineering. The construction<br />

and operation of increasingly<br />

powerful offshore wind turbines and<br />

energy conversion into PowerToX are<br />

welcome challenges for the industry. It<br />

is not without reason that the leading<br />

international trade fairs <strong>SMM</strong> 2022 and<br />

WindEnergy 2022 are close together.<br />

With more than 63,000 employees and<br />

over €10 billion in turnover, the German<br />

maritime supply industry continues to<br />

lead the world. Its success factors are<br />

customer proximity, permanent innovations,<br />

speed, reliability and quality.<br />

At <strong>SMM</strong> 2022, the VDMA will also<br />

promote the industry‘s most important<br />

technology topics. Digital solutions<br />

will be presented and discussed at the<br />

Maritime Future Summit, the Green<br />

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Stage.<br />

The same applies to the VDMA<br />

stands in Hall A1 Stand 520 and Hall<br />

A3 Stand 314, where we want to talk to<br />

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solutions facing the shipbuilding and<br />

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We look forward to your visit!<br />

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

Yesterday evening the International<br />

Maritime Museum in Hamburg became<br />

THE industry meeting place. After a<br />

successful first day at the fair, representatives<br />

from various maritime sectors –<br />

from shipping companies and suppliers to<br />

shipyards and the navy – met at the museum<br />

in the historic Speicherstadt district.<br />

They ended the evening together over a<br />

drink in a cosy atmosphere between ship<br />

models and historic exhibits. The numerous<br />

guests were welcomed by Peter Tamm,<br />

Managing Director of Tamm Media, the<br />

publishing house that publishes <strong>HANSA</strong>,<br />

and Florian Visser, <strong>HANSA</strong>’s Commercial<br />

Publishing Director. »It is a great honour to<br />

welcome so many friends, partners, clients,<br />

readers, subscribers and advertisers here<br />

this evening,« Peter Tamm said. »It is more<br />

important than ever to have solid and reliable<br />

trade information,« he said, stressing<br />

the need for good co-operation even in difficult<br />

times as during the pandemic. The<br />

<strong>HANSA</strong> reception was the chance for<br />

everybody to celebrate the back-to-normal<br />

situation for the maritime industry meeting<br />

again at <strong>SMM</strong>.<br />

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More watts with fewer emissions<br />

At the Offshore Dialogue, which takes place today during <strong>SMM</strong>, experts will explore<br />

options for sustainable use of the oceans. In two panels they discuss about »Mitigation and<br />

Adaption to Climate Change« as well as »Offshore Energy Technologies for Today«<br />

© Hero Lang<br />

Ambitious expansion of wind power on land and at sea is said to be a »prerequisite for the production of alternative ship fuels«<br />

Rising sea levels, shrinking biodiversity,<br />

higher water temperatures: The<br />

oceans are suffering from climate change.<br />

Humanity must change its course rapidly.<br />

Many hopes are pinned on electricity generation<br />

on the water, which could propel<br />

the maritime energy transition, as well.<br />

Renewable energy sources are at the top<br />

of the agenda: By 2045 the Federal Government<br />

wants to increase the German<br />

offshore wind capacity nearly tenfold.<br />

The country’s wind farms are expected to<br />

have a combined capacity of 70 gigawatts<br />

(GW) by that time. The European Commission<br />

is planning to increase the EUwide<br />

capacity to as much as 340 GW by<br />

2050. Building all these wind turbines is a<br />

technical, logistical and financial challenge<br />

of huge proportions – and it is a<br />

very urgent project, not only to achieve<br />

independence from Russian natural gas<br />

but also to cut emissions radically.<br />

The shipping industry will likewise be<br />

highly dependent on powerful wind turbines<br />

as it strives to become carbon-neutral:<br />

»Ambitious expansion of wind<br />

power on land and at sea is a prerequisite<br />

for the production of alternative ship<br />

fuels,« says Claus Ulrich Selbach, Business<br />

Unit Director – Maritime and Technology<br />

Fairs & Exhibitions at Hamburg<br />

Messe und Congress. »Whether methanol<br />

or ammonia, synthetic fuels won’t be<br />

truly sustainable unless they are based on<br />

green hydrogen produced with renewable<br />

energy.«<br />

All this entails an enormous challenge:<br />

Offshore wind farms are to be built at distances<br />

of 30 to 40 km from the shore, an-<br />

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chored in the seafloor at depths of up to<br />

40 m. Can this be realised without damaging<br />

vulnerable marine ecosystems?<br />

This is one of the questions to be discussed<br />

by a top-flight expert panel at the<br />

Offshore Dialogue (OD).<br />

The power of data<br />

The oceans are a threatened biosphere.<br />

The »Ocean Decade« initiative is the<br />

United Nations’ response aiming to implement<br />

international solutions for the<br />

protection and sustainable use of oceans<br />

by the year 2030. »Oceans are of enormous<br />

importance for us here on earth because<br />

they regulate the climate and limit<br />

global heating caused by human greenhouse<br />

gas emissions. The effects of climate<br />

change on oceans and coastal regions<br />

are massive, and we must take action<br />

urgently to improve the situation in<br />

the oceans,« says Steffen Knodt, Member<br />

of the Board of the German Ocean Decade<br />

Committee (ODK). At the Offshore<br />

Dialogue, Knodt will provide an overview<br />

of the committee‘s national and international<br />

activities.<br />

Safe and fast<br />

Findings from regions which have been<br />

hit by climate change especially hard are<br />

of particular importance to climate research.<br />

For example, the Arctic is heating<br />

three times faster than the world average.<br />

To obtain concrete data on this, scientists<br />

must use specialised ships which have to<br />

fight their way through thick sea ice.<br />

Lasse Rabenstein and his start-up Drift +<br />

Noise help expedition teams do so successfully.<br />

At the OD, the company’s cofounder<br />

will present the ice information<br />

app »IcySea«. »We provide high-resolution<br />

satellite images of the polar regions<br />

to our customers around the clock. They<br />

can be received with minimum bandwidth.<br />

In addition, our range of services<br />

includes a forecasting system for the optimum<br />

route through the ice,« says Rabenstein<br />

who has a PhD in geophysics and<br />

more than 15 years of experience operating<br />

in polar regions. For example, his<br />

app has supported the crew of the AWI<br />

research vessel Polarstern. »Thanks to the<br />

satellite images we were able to identify<br />

open water channels in the ice cover and<br />

shorten a trip that normally takes four<br />

days to only two.« This translated to substantial<br />

financial savings, considering the<br />

vessel‘s daily operating costs of 70,000<br />

euros – a result that should be of interest<br />

to commercial shipping companies, as<br />

well. At the Offshore Dialogue, Rabenstein<br />

will speak about the increasing<br />

number of ice-free days in Arctic waters<br />

which will allow more ships to sail<br />

through the Northwest passage in future.<br />

Energy from the sea<br />

From fishing vessels to scientific research,<br />

merchant and cruise ships, there<br />

is plenty of traffic in coastal waters. Offshore<br />

wind farms increasingly crowd<br />

these areas. One of the world‘s biggest operators<br />

with offshore wind farms totalling<br />

2.4 GW in installed power is the German<br />

energy company RWE. »We would like to<br />

invest much more rapidly,« notes RWE<br />

CEO Markus Krebber. But, he adds, requests<br />

for government support are taking<br />

too much time to process. Contrary to<br />

the Netherlands, Germany has no clear<br />

goal for its hydrogen industry, he says. Dr<br />

Bernadette Zipfel, Team Lead Engineering<br />

Management Future Technologies,<br />

will explain how the company envisions<br />

the future of energy generation.<br />

Having done extensive research on the<br />

subject, Martin Kaltschmitt from Technical<br />

University Hamburg (TUHH) gives<br />

his assessment: »Offshore wind power is<br />

steadily gaining in importance. The same<br />

will apply to offshore hydrogen production<br />

in the medium term, which will help transport<br />

the electrical energy generated far offshore<br />

as efficiently as possible so it can be<br />

made available on land.« At the Offshore<br />

Dialogue, he will discuss what he believes<br />

to be the most promising approaches.<br />

One major topic is how all this energy<br />

could be stored. In his presentation<br />

Walter Kuehnlein, Consultant and<br />

Founder of the start-up terra.blue, will<br />

highlight several options. Together with<br />

the Chairman of the Board of the Society<br />

for Maritime Technology (Gesellschaft<br />

für Maritime Technik, GMT), Sören<br />

Ehlers,Kuehnlein will be moderating this<br />

year‘s Offshore Dialogue.<br />

»I am looking forward to welcoming so<br />

many smart thinkers to the conference.<br />

For the first time, we will put a strong<br />

focus on hydrogen at this <strong>SMM</strong>. Through<br />

this event, the subsequent WindEnergy<br />

Hamburg and the H2 EXPO & CONFER-<br />

ENCE, we want to establish Hamburg as<br />

the capital of the international hydrogen<br />

economy,« says Claus Ulrich Selbach.<br />

The two events will take place from 27 to<br />

30 September 2022. <br />

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WISTA Germany selects Personality of the Year 2022<br />

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Award winner Phanthian Zuesongdham (centre) with Anke Wibel<br />

(left) and Nicole Langosch (right), who were both also nominated<br />

On the panel (from right): Annette Suhrbier, Claudia Müller, Stefanie Engelhard and<br />

Denise Hank, who were discussing the experiences and successes of women innovators<br />

Within the framework of the <strong>SMM</strong>,<br />

WISTA Germany has chosen the »Personality<br />

of the Year« (PotY). The prize is<br />

awarded to women who have distinguished<br />

themselves through special<br />

achievements in the maritime industry.<br />

This year‘s winner is Dr Phanthian Zuesongdham,<br />

Head of Division Port Process<br />

Solution at the Hamburg Port Authority.<br />

»With PotY, I feel very honoured but also<br />

validated that my intention and actions to<br />

change things or create impact have been<br />

visible and noticed. The award gives me<br />

further motivation to continue on my<br />

path. I would like to invite many people, as<br />

best I can, on this great transformational<br />

journey of our time as creators. I want<br />

them to inspire themselves and others. I<br />

want to create snowball effects of innovative<br />

spirit and openness,« said Phanthian<br />

Zuesongdham.<br />

Before the award ceremony there was a<br />

panel discussion. The panellists discussed<br />

the experiences and successes of<br />

female innovators, their personal motivations<br />

for innovation and the support<br />

they want. The moderator was Annette<br />

Suhrbier, Managing Director of Peter<br />

Döhle Schiffahrts-KG. She was joined in<br />

the discussion by Claudia Müller, Federal<br />

Government Coordinator for the Maritime<br />

Industry; Stefanie Engelhard, cofounder,<br />

engineer and inventor at Unleash<br />

Future Boat; and Denise Hank, cofounder<br />

and Managing Director of Con<br />

Cubo.<br />

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NAVIS & DNV<br />

Cooperation to minimize the risk of container incidents<br />

Navis, the provider of maritime software<br />

solutions for efficient and compliant<br />

cargo loading, and the Norwegian-<br />

German classification society DNV announced<br />

today that they are going to cooperate<br />

on combining their respective<br />

solutions for minimizing the risk of container<br />

incidents at sea.<br />

»Container losses are rare, but the impact<br />

of those losses can be very significant<br />

– both in financial and reputational<br />

terms,« said Arne Schulz-Heimbeck,<br />

Senior Principal Engineer and Programme<br />

Development Manager for Containerships<br />

at DNV Maritime. »Synchronous<br />

and parametric rolling can increase<br />

the risk of container loss, and the<br />

combination of factors that lead to this<br />

type of rolling can be very hard to predict.<br />

The combination of the DNV Anti-<br />

Roll Assist and the Navis Lashing Monitor<br />

gives captains and crews a clear and<br />

simple picture of the risk and supports<br />

them in assessing if a navigational adjustment<br />

is needed.«<br />

»Navis is very pleased to be able to provide<br />

additional layers of information into<br />

operational guidance,« said Carlos Barbera,<br />

VP Product at Navis. »Crews are<br />

balancing maximum loading capacity,<br />

time pressure, and profitability, while<br />

having to deliver optimum vessel safe<br />

seakeeping behavior in changing weather<br />

Container losses are rare, but the impact of those losses can be very significant<br />

situations. By integrating the Anti-Roll<br />

Assist calculations into the Navis Lashing<br />

Monitor tool we are enabling our customers<br />

to take the design values and at<br />

the same time actual cargo and cargo securing<br />

data of their vessels into account.«<br />

DNV’s anti-roll software and services<br />

are supported by a new DNV class notation<br />

called ARCS (Anti-Roll for Containerships)<br />

which enables shipowners to<br />

demonstrate to their customers that a<br />

strategy to minimize the risk of container<br />

loss is in place. The Navis’ Lashing Monitor,<br />

monitors real-time vessel motion<br />

data and lashing forces. The system interfaces<br />

with the Navis loading computer.<br />

Hall B6 | booth 434<br />

© Navis<br />

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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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ACCELLERON<br />

New data-enabled service agreement for medium-speed engine turbochargers<br />

Accelleron, the new face of ABB Turbocharging, have launched a<br />

new data-enabled service agreement with an accompanying customer<br />

portal that uses the power of analytics to optimize turbocharger<br />

maintenance, advise on turbocharger health and enhance<br />

OPEX. Turbo SmartCare provides more flexible maintenance by<br />

putting intelligent, remote insights provided by Accelleron’s expert<br />

engineers into the hands of the ship operator.<br />

By introducing Turbo SmartCare to the medium-speed fourstroke<br />

engine market, Accelleron aims to transform turbocharger<br />

maintenance at a time when fuel consumption and emissions<br />

generated by the global shipping fleet is under increasing scrutiny.<br />

Turbochargers are described as playing a key role in the decarbonization<br />

of shipping operations not only by helping to decrease<br />

fuel consumption but also through their health being critical<br />

to optimal engine performance.<br />

Turbo SmartCare moves away from standard time-led service<br />

agreements which are defined by fixed inspection milestones, irrespective<br />

of the actual condition or health of the turbocharger,<br />

towards a data-driven analysis that will have a positive impact on<br />

excess emissions and reduce unnecessary expenditure on turbocharger<br />

maintenance.<br />

Via the intuitive customer portal Loreka, users have 24/7 access<br />

to easy-to-interpret fleet-wide turbocharger health indicators<br />

using a traffic light status and accompanying advisories provided<br />

by Accelleron experts. As part of the new offering, Accelleron<br />

provides guaranteed coverage for the entire duration of the service<br />

agreement, which is based on a fixed price per running hour<br />

and covers scheduled and unscheduled maintenance with protection<br />

against unexpected events and wear on the turbochargers.<br />

This gives Turbo SmartCare customers full financial predictability<br />

enabling them to accurately plan ahead with no unexpected<br />

costs.<br />

Thorsten Bosse, Head of Global Service Product Management<br />

at Accelleron, said, »Turbocharger data is carefully analyzed by<br />

our experts, who provide deeper insights and advisories by combining<br />

analytics with our long history of engineering design experience.<br />

As experts in the field of turbocharging, we provide<br />

Turbo SmartCare customers with insightful advice, for example<br />

on how to fine-tune Time Between Overhauls (TBO) to allow<br />

alignment of the engine overhaul with that of the turbocharger.<br />

This type of agreement represents a fundamental change in how<br />

we do turbocharger servicing in our industry.«<br />

<br />

© Accelleron<br />

MAN ENERGY SOLUTIONS<br />

New Dual-Fuel Engine<br />

MAN Energy Solutions has announced the launch of its 49/60DF<br />

engine type at the <strong>SMM</strong> trade fair in Hamburg. The latest addition<br />

to its four-stroke engine portfolio, the dual-fuel engine is<br />

capable of running on LNG, diesel and HFO as well as a number<br />

of more sustainable fuels including biofuel blends and synthetic<br />

natural gas. MAN Energy Solutions states that it »sets a benchmark<br />

in terms of fuel efficiency within four-stroke engines – both<br />

in gas and diesel modes – and therefore minimises fuel costs«.<br />

Wayne Jones OBE, Member of the Executive Board – Global<br />

Sales & After Sales – said: »Dual-fuel engines are the ticket to the<br />

maritime energy transition. As we enter a new era of decarbonisation,<br />

the 49/60DF is a great, new choice for vessel owners that<br />

have ambitious, emission-reduction targets on their agenda.«<br />

The 49/60DF is available for order and is based on the new<br />

49/60 engine platform that features MAN’s latest technologies,<br />

including two-stage turbocharging, second-generation commonrail<br />

fuel injection, SaCoS5000 automation system and MAN’s<br />

next generation Adaptive Combustion Control ACC 2.0.<br />

MAN Energy Solutions plans to introduce a pure diesel engine<br />

based on the 49/60 platform in 2023 »that will inherently be<br />

retrofit-ready for running on methanol and LNG should the demand<br />

arise at a later stage.«<br />

<br />

WÄRTSILÄ<br />

New medium-speed 4-stroke engine<br />

The technology group Wärtsilä has launched its new Wärtsilä 25<br />

medium-speed 4-stroke engine. The engine is already capable of<br />

operating on diesel, LNG, or on either gas or liquid carbon-neutral<br />

biofuels, »and can easily be upgraded to operate with future<br />

carbon-free fuels as they become available«, the Finnish company<br />

said. The Wärtsilä 25 is intended to be the first Wärtsilä engine to<br />

run on Ammonia as a fuel – technology development is »currently<br />

underway with a technology concept readiness slated for<br />

2023, followed by planned product release soon thereafter.«<br />

When operating with natural gas the engine is IMO Tier III<br />

compliant, as it also is with diesel when integrated with a Wärtsilä<br />

NOx Reducer (NOR) emissions abatement system. Furthermore,<br />

it enables economically viable compliance with regulations such<br />

as the IMO’s CII and EEXI protocols that enter into force in 2023.<br />

The new product features a turbocharging system with a high<br />

pressure ratio. It is now available in 6L, 7L, 8L and 9L cylinder<br />

configurations, while the dual-fuel (DF) version has a power<br />

output ranging from 1.9 to 3.1 MW, and the diesel version from<br />

2.0 to 3.4 MW. »The common-rail high pressure fuel injection<br />

technology optimises combustion and the fuel-injection settings<br />

at all loads. This in turn promotes smoke-free operation«,<br />

Wärtsilä added.<br />

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<br />

Honestly,<br />

technology<br />

is not the issue.


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

DNV<br />

DNV launches NAUTConnect<br />

At the <strong>SMM</strong> trade fair in Hamburg, classification society announced<br />

the launch of its new NAUTConnect service. Offered as<br />

an additional voluntary class notation and developed in collaboration<br />

with the industry, NAUTConnect is hosted on DNV’s Veracity<br />

platform and is designed to enable the optimal performance<br />

and safety of navigational systems.<br />

NAUTConnect is a continuous remote compliance verification<br />

system for electronic navigational systems and integrated network<br />

equipment. It covers onboard systems and data collection<br />

infrastructure, onshore systems and data standards, as well as<br />

procedures for system health monitoring and compliance verification.<br />

The voluntary class notation includes MO and class<br />

requirements, as well as requirements for service providers, for<br />

example OEMs involved in monitoring and maintaining given<br />

systems and equipment. It also enables vessel owners and managers<br />

to keep better track of hardware and software updates and<br />

replacements<br />

»As the era of ship connectivity progresses and systems become<br />

more deeply integrated, we need to focus on increasing harmonization<br />

and creating processes and services that will help to reap<br />

the safety and efficiency benefits of e-navigation,« said Geir Dugstad,<br />

Technical Director, DNV Maritime. Key industry contributors<br />

included, navigation systems manufacturer Kongsberg<br />

The Hurtigruten Coastal Express ship »Polarlys« piloted the service<br />

Maritime (KM) and its digital arm, Kongsberg Digital (KDI),<br />

while Norway’s Hurtigruten Coastal is one of several shipowners<br />

that piloted the service.<br />

Hall B4.EG | booth 221<br />

© Hurtigruten<br />

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

6-9 September | Hamburg Messe<br />

Hall B6, Stand 309<br />

Read more at go.wartsila.com/smm<br />

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BOLL & KIRCH<br />

World premiere of new FineFilterUnit FFU<br />

At <strong>SMM</strong>, Boll & Kirch has launched its brand-new FFU design<br />

for the treatment of bleed-off water from hybrid or closed loop<br />

Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS), and Exhaust Gas Recirculation<br />

(EGR) / Exhaust Gas Cooling (EGC) Systems.<br />

»The new design is based on Bollfilter’s application expertise<br />

and underlines their market leadership with the most systems<br />

supplied to EGCS- and Engine-manufacturers since 2018. Several<br />

improvements have been realized to optimize the benefits for the<br />

customer and operator,« the company states.<br />

Among those benefits, Boll & Kirch names process improvement<br />

as modified components for improved process control<br />

and more efficient process operation result in lower operational<br />

costs. The systems’ modularity offers a new and flexible<br />

design for different flow rates. Another benefit is compactness:<br />

The Boll & Kirch solutions have minimum space requirements<br />

and optimized arrangement, including highly improved maintainability.<br />

The company also put a focus on user friendliness<br />

through simplification of interaction and operation by smart<br />

control features. For compliance with environmental regulations,<br />

the treatment of bleed-off water with ceramic membranes delivers<br />

still safe and continuous compliance with the discharge<br />

requirements of MARPOL Annex VI, resolutions MEPC.340(77)<br />

resp. MEPC.307(73) and enhances marine environmental protection.<br />

As Bollfilter is developing, producing, and utilizing its own<br />

ceramic membranes (BOLLbrane) in addition to its own R&D-,<br />

engineering-, testing- and production capabilities, they have the<br />

know how about the core component of the system and can offer<br />

the best process solution, also for other demanding applications<br />

i.e., CCUS (Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage).<br />

Hall A1 | booth 426<br />

© Boll ] Kirch<br />

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Hall A1 | Booth 516<br />

www.gromex.de<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,<br />

digitalisation and data management<br />

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

technologies for cruise ships.<br />

THRILLED TO BE<br />

PART OF IT AGAIN!<br />

HALL A1<br />

BOOTH 516<br />

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DichtungsHaus 17<br />

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Backbone for autonomous ship operation<br />

With EcoMAIN, customers use data from any number of systems on board in a uniform<br />

platform to make better decisions and save costs. Patrick Müller explained this software<br />

solutions to <strong>HANSA</strong><br />

Patrick Müller, Business Owner,<br />

Siemens Energy<br />

© Siemens Energy<br />

What is Siemens Energy doing to support<br />

shipping companies in digitization?<br />

Patrick Müller: Siemens Energy’s<br />

Marine Solutions business developed a<br />

digital ecosystem called SISHIP Eco-<br />

MAIN suite. This ecosystem facilitates<br />

combining different solutions within<br />

Siemens Energy’s business units and<br />

external parties. All components are<br />

synchronized to help deliver the best<br />

results for maximizing the efficiency of<br />

all the assets. Digitalization is the<br />

backbone of the ecosystem, preparing<br />

us for a future of autonomous ship operation.<br />

It is important to know the<br />

technical status of all onboard assets to<br />

operate a vessel autonomously. The SI-<br />

SHIP EcoMAIN suite’s condition<br />

monitoring features help enable this<br />

visibility.<br />

Concerning the SISHIP EcoMAIN suite,<br />

which processes within a company can be<br />

digitalized, and what benefits does it bring<br />

users?<br />

Müller: Because we offer an open,<br />

scalable digital ecosystem with the SI-<br />

SHIP EcoMAIN suite, we can collaborate<br />

closely with our customers<br />

and partners to meet the specific needs<br />

of their digitalization journeys.<br />

Beyond integrating platforms into customers’<br />

IT landscapes, Siemens Energy’s<br />

expertise is our deep knowledge<br />

about the complete drive train – from<br />

energy production to the ship’s propeller.<br />

What does a shipowner need to do to<br />

implement Siship Ecomain?<br />

Müller: The SISHIP EcoMAIN suite<br />

uses a vessel’s existing sensors. Data<br />

from existing systems (e.g., machine<br />

room automation, navigation systems,<br />

loading computer, power management<br />

systems, propulsion systems, etc.) is<br />

integrated into the SISHIP EcoMAIN<br />

suite. Depending on the customer’s<br />

needs, we scale the system to the correct<br />

size and incorporate the onboard<br />

system into the given landscape. The<br />

EcoMAIN suite shore, or, if you like to<br />

call it, the central fleet management<br />

system, is a cloud-based solution. The<br />

interface to the EcoMAIN suite vessel<br />

is done via the Internet; therefore, we<br />

need Internet connectivity onboard<br />

the vessels.<br />

As we see ourselves as a partner for<br />

digitalization, which is, for me, a long<br />

journey together, we also address all<br />

Headway 1/4 quer<br />

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© Siemens Energy<br />

View of the SISHIP EcoMain Software<br />

phases of a digitalization project – starting<br />

from integrating and installing different<br />

services throughout the vessel’s lifetime<br />

(like security services, for example).<br />

For which types of vessels is this solution<br />

suitable?<br />

Müller: The SISHIP EcoMAIN suite is<br />

scalable for any vessel – from small fish<br />

farm vessels with at least 100 measurement<br />

points to large cruise liners where<br />

we have more than 40,000 measurement<br />

points.<br />

What are your plans for the SISHIP<br />

EcoMAIN suite? How will it be further<br />

developed in the future, and which<br />

functions should or can still be integrated<br />

into it?<br />

Müller: For me, the next level of digitalization<br />

is to break down the individual<br />

silos and bring them all into one<br />

ecosystem. Combining the different<br />

solutions into a synchronized ecosystem<br />

can generate additional benefits<br />

for our customers. This is what we continue<br />

to work on today.<br />

Please visit us at <strong>SMM</strong> 2022 to see an<br />

example of our current SISHIP Eco-<br />

MAIN solution.<br />

Interview: Anna Wroblewski<br />

ZF 1/4 quer<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

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Maritime vessels comprise numerous<br />

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Through a VDMA working group,<br />

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standard. The group includes experts<br />

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Developing an acceptable standard<br />

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Thanks to MTP, manufacturers of<br />

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partners to combine our strengths and<br />

work together on better solutions for the<br />

future. In turn, this will maximize results<br />

for the entire industry.«<br />

Hall B 6 | booth 305<br />

We deliver complete, certified automation solutions, helping customers in the maritime<br />

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Leading Decarbonisation in Maritime<br />

The journey towards decarbonisation<br />

is not a passive one; it requires<br />

proactive research, development and investment<br />

and it requires steps to be taken<br />

today. Achieving the necessary environmental<br />

targets laid out by the International<br />

Maritime Organization (IMO)<br />

and others will need collaboration and<br />

commitment from all who operate within<br />

the maritime industry. Wärtsilä is helping<br />

to chart the course to decarbonisation,<br />

taking single yet meaningful steps to<br />

progress towards a cleaner, greener future<br />

for shipping.<br />

It’s important that, as the industry<br />

progresses on this journey, we don’t forget<br />

about the customer’s core requirements.<br />

Operational efficiency is a natural<br />

concern that ship owners and operators<br />

encounter every day and that’s why it’s<br />

crucial that as innovation and development<br />

continues, that conversations<br />

between OEMs and their customers also<br />

continue and that industry-wide<br />

collaborative efforts take all factors into<br />

consideration. That’s why Wärtsilä is part<br />

of several projects such as the Getting to<br />

Zero Coalition, Ammonia 2–4, SeaTech<br />

Consortium to name a few, where they<br />

work alongside different stakeholders<br />

and real progress is made towards<br />

making zero-emission shipping a reality.<br />

One of the key components of the sustainability<br />

drive is alternative fuels. Work<br />

at Wärtsilä, and across the industry, has<br />

been ongoing for a number of years on<br />

the development of not only these fuels,<br />

but also the development of a viable infrastructure<br />

is paramount to decarbonisation<br />

efforts. As new fuels become<br />

available, additional complexities and opportunities<br />

will be presented to owners<br />

and operators and that’s why Wärtsilä<br />

continually views the decarbonisation of<br />

the industry, as a journey, with multiple<br />

single steps.<br />

Helping to lead that journey and approaching<br />

it step-by-step, means that one<br />

core area of work at Wärtsilä revolves<br />

around future-proofing the decisions and<br />

investments that ship owners and operators<br />

are making. Many of the key environmental<br />

targets and objectives that the<br />

industry is facing will come into effect<br />

within a single vessel’s lifetime, so it’s<br />

crucial that the decisions made today<br />

consider those objectives and protect the<br />

ship owner’s primary asset. The future of<br />

fuels is not a concrete certainty, the variety<br />

available and the choices that are<br />

being made are being driven by many<br />

factors, from operational profile through<br />

to availability and infrastructure.<br />

Wärtsilä has years of experience within<br />

the field of future fuels, and that work<br />

and investment is reflected in the everincreasing<br />

engine portfolio. The broad<br />

range of developing alternative fuels<br />

means that flexibility is the answer. Dualfuel<br />

engines, such as the recently<br />

launched Wärtsilä 46TS-DF or the upcoming<br />

Wärtsilä 25 announcement at<br />

<strong>SMM</strong> 2022, provide a future-proofed solution<br />

for owners. As the decarbonisation<br />

journey continues, fuel flexibility is paramount.<br />

For example, a vessel with a dualfuel<br />

engine operating on HFSO and LNG<br />

may look to add in an alternative moving<br />

forward, whether that’s using LNG alongside<br />

drop-in hydrogen or ammonia.<br />

That is why engine flexibility and<br />

understanding operational and vesseltype<br />

requirements are at the heart of for<br />

all developments and new technologies.<br />

© Wärtsilä<br />

Wärtsilä 25 can power a broad range of vessels<br />

The Wärtsilä 25, announced and unveiled<br />

at <strong>SMM</strong> 2022, is a prime example<br />

of a future proof and innovative engine<br />

developed with the considerations of<br />

customers in mind. A next-generation,<br />

medium speed engine, the Wärtsilä 25<br />

can power a broad range of vessels, helping<br />

to deliver minimal emissions and giving<br />

owners and operators the ability to<br />

take strides on their journey towards net<br />

zero. The engine’s modular design provides<br />

maximum flexibility, efficiency, and<br />

fuel economy today, while also making it<br />

easier to upgrade and integrate greener<br />

fuels in the future.<br />

As the maritime industry continues its<br />

energy transition, engine updates and developments<br />

such as the Wärtsilä 25 are<br />

just one example of the global technology<br />

group’s ongoing commitment to supporting<br />

owners and operators – offering solutions<br />

that offer immediate operational<br />

flexibility and emissions benefits while<br />

continuing to prepare for tomorrow.<br />

The availability and development of<br />

cleaner fuels should not be viewed as a<br />

barrier for those seeking to take strides<br />

and make immediate emissions gains<br />

today. There are significant first steps on<br />

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that journey that can be made today from<br />

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through to existing energy saving technologies<br />

and hydrodynamic improvements.<br />

For those wanting to reduce<br />

emissions now there are options available,<br />

from installing efficiency-boosting<br />

technology, such as wind-assist, propulsion<br />

systems improvements or air lubrication.<br />

Future fuels are certainly a<br />

major part in the industry’s decarbonisation<br />

movement, but there are also alternative<br />

avenues that warrant exploration.<br />

Roger Holm, President Wärtsilä Marine<br />

Power, said: »Our industry is on a<br />

journey. The environmental targets laid<br />

out by the IMO bring with them opportunities<br />

for wide-scale change. It is so important<br />

that while we continue to collaborate<br />

and work together to reach our<br />

goals, we take each moment as it comes,<br />

one step at a time. Reaching the greener,<br />

cleaner future that we all want to achieve<br />

is a long and winding road but the deadline<br />

to reach our objectives is only getting<br />

closer so it’s critical that when considered,<br />

future proofed developments,<br />

technologies and decisions are available<br />

to us, we seize the initiative. Our constantly<br />

developing engine portfolio is just<br />

one example of our work to provide the<br />

industry with viable solutions. Through<br />

tireless work and constant dialogue with<br />

stakeholders across the maritime landscape,<br />

we’re proud to be playing a key role<br />

in shipping’s ecosystem where combining<br />

the financial viability with the decarbonisation<br />

development will be the key item<br />

during the next decade.«<br />

Commenting on the development on<br />

new engine designs, Stefan Nysjö, Vice<br />

President, Power Supply, Wärtsilä Marine<br />

Power, added: »Our engine portfolio<br />

plays such an important role in the industry’s<br />

broader environmental goals. Improved<br />

operational efficiency and immediate<br />

emissions reductions are very<br />

welcome benefits but perhaps the most<br />

critical element within the context of<br />

where maritime is heading, is their flexibility.<br />

The modular designs and the dualfuel<br />

technology allow owners and operators<br />

to keep taking those steps forward.<br />

When considering the varied alternative<br />

fuels landscape, we don’t yet have all the<br />

answers, but with flexibility and an<br />

understanding of our customer’s assets<br />

and requirements at the core of all of our<br />

work, engines such as the Wärtsilä 25<br />

allow us to encourage and facilitate sustainable<br />

progress today knowing that we<br />

are prepared for when the future fuels era<br />

About: Wärtsilä<br />

does become clearer As the deadlines<br />

draw nearer and the shipping world continues<br />

to progress towards our goals,<br />

Wärtsilä’s commitment to researching,<br />

developing, and creating new technologies<br />

will play a major part in driving<br />

the industry forward.«<br />

The time for action is now. The IMO’s<br />

targets give the industry scope to develop<br />

solutions, but it is still a relatively tight<br />

timeline. Where the infrastructure for<br />

particular alternative fuels perhaps isn’t<br />

currently feasible or commercially viable,<br />

there are still decisions that can be made<br />

today, with the understanding that they<br />

allow you to be prepared for the developments<br />

of tomorrow. It’s critically important<br />

that the entire industry engages with<br />

this narrative and continues to proactively<br />

drive forward as an interconnected<br />

ecosystem, operating as a collective of<br />

stakeholders to enact change, promote<br />

development, innovate, research and ultimately<br />

deliver necessary change to the<br />

entire maritime landscape.<br />

Wärtsilä is a global leader in innovative technologies and lifecycle solutions for the marine<br />

and energy markets. We emphasise innovation in sustainable technology and services<br />

to help our customers continuously improve their environmental and economic<br />

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Thursday | 08-09-2022<br />

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

EEXI performance control for Uni-Tankers<br />

Berg Propulsion delivers EEXI performance control for Danish shipping company<br />

Uni-Tankers. Efficiency enhancements to engine control are said to bring 15 – 17 %<br />

in energy savings for two of the leading tanker company’s existing ships<br />

Uni-Tankers has confirmed that installing<br />

a new control system from<br />

Berg Propulsion has been pivotal in<br />

achieving a remarkable 15–17 % efficiency<br />

gain on board two existing ships, in a<br />

retrofit project that has significantly reduced<br />

fuel consumption and emissions.<br />

The efficiency gains reflect the installation<br />

of Berg’s MPC800 control systems<br />

and an upgrade of main engines on board<br />

the chemical tankers Anhout Swan and<br />

Lessow Swan to run in variable rpm<br />

mode.<br />

International Maritime Organization<br />

targets envisage a 40 % reduction in<br />

greenhouse gasses from ships by 2030.<br />

Next year, owners face a new IMO regime<br />

on ship efficiency, demanding they adhere<br />

to an Energy Efficiency for Existing<br />

ships Index (EEXI) and provide their<br />

Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII). Each<br />

ship’s EEXI rating is generated with reference<br />

to an Energy Efficiency Design<br />

Index (EEDI) baseline.<br />

While ships built today may be designed<br />

for optimal fuel efficiency at lower<br />

speeds, those delivered 7–15 years ago<br />

were optimized for higher engine loads.<br />

With fuel prices at unprecedented levels,<br />

suboptimal performance by propulsion<br />

systems running at »part load« is a cost<br />

inefficiency that can eat into competitiveness.<br />

The ability to control power more<br />

effectively using variable speeds cuts<br />

energy use overall, reducing both fuel<br />

consumption and emissions.<br />

Danish shipping company Uni-<br />

Tankers consulted Berg Propulsion and<br />

Zeppelin on its options to enhance the efficiency<br />

of the 2008-built tankers »Anhout<br />

Swan« and »Lessow Swan« operating<br />

at 14 kn. Berg simulations demonstrated<br />

that, in combination, the precise<br />

control available to the MPC800 system<br />

and a modification of the ships’ fourstroke<br />

MaK 8M32C main engines would<br />

deliver significant efficiency gains for<br />

controllable pitch (CP) propellers and<br />

thrusters.<br />

»This is an excellent example of the<br />

way vessels already in operation can be<br />

optimized to anticipate the transition to<br />

Uni-Tankers, owner of »Anhout Swan«, cooperated with Berg Propulsion<br />

the EEXI and CII regimes,« says Jonas<br />

Nyberg, Managing Director West for<br />

Berg Propulsion. »The aim is to stay<br />

ahead of the curve and help our customers<br />

move towards greener operations<br />

with lower CO 2<br />

emissions by offering solutions<br />

which also enhance competitiveness.«<br />

Installing the MPC800 control system<br />

upgrade is one of several class-approved<br />

options devised by Berg Propulsion to<br />

help ships rise to efficiency challenges. In<br />

close cooperation with owners and operators,<br />

Berg analyzes a ship’s current and<br />

future operational needs, evaluates its<br />

EEXI rating, and uses 3D scanning and<br />

modelling tools to develop retrofit options<br />

that offer cost-based efficiency<br />

gains, also factoring in any necessary<br />

drydocking work.<br />

»The objective is to deliver efficiency<br />

gains where they are needed most,« says<br />

Magnus Thorén, Energy & Efficiency<br />

team leader, Berg Propulsion. »Variable<br />

speed control allows the owner to achieve<br />

significant efficiency improvements by<br />

© Uni-Tankers<br />

delivering greater engine responsiveness<br />

to changing loads.«<br />

»Our way to measure the success of a<br />

project is how much benefit our total integrated<br />

main propulsion solutions will<br />

bring for our customers operation« says<br />

Mattias Hansson, Global Account Manager,<br />

Berg Propulsion. »We are pleased<br />

for the very good and open cooperation<br />

with Uni-Tankers and with our dealer<br />

Erik Hass at Zeppelin in Denmark to enable<br />

these efficiency upgrades in order to<br />

maximize the gains in ship performance<br />

and lowering the total cost of ownership.«<br />

Other Berg retrofit options include<br />

propeller blade optimization (including<br />

replacement), the installation of a Net<br />

Frequency Stabilizer so that the shaft<br />

generator can operate in variable speed<br />

and upgrading the control system software<br />

to enable »Dynamic Drive« cruise<br />

control, says Thorén. The Dynamic Drive<br />

is software package that is installed in the<br />

Berg control system to optimize the propeller<br />

pitch and propeller rpm for any<br />

given condition.<br />

<br />

24 Thursday | 08-09-2022


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

Enabling marine electric propulsion<br />

A new range of variable speed marine generator sets demonstrates the Volvo’s commitment<br />

to leading the marine industry in its transformation towards sustainable marine propulsion.<br />

More vessels will be able to install modular hybrid systems delivering fuel efficiency gains<br />

Volvo Penta has launched a new range<br />

of variable speed marine generator<br />

sets – a key enabler for electric propulsion<br />

for marine vessels – demonstrating<br />

the company’s commitment to leading<br />

the marine industry in its transformation<br />

towards sustainable marine<br />

propulsion.<br />

Now a standard part of the Volvo<br />

Penta marine offer, the range of variable<br />

speed marine generator sets allows shipyards<br />

to install hybrid-electric modular<br />

propulsion systems today. This important<br />

move towards modular propulsion<br />

enables operators to invest in new<br />

vessels with the peace of mind that they<br />

are built ready and adaptable for emerging<br />

alternative energy sources.<br />

This range of variable speed marine<br />

generator sets are a core part of Volvo<br />

Penta solutions designed for hybrid and<br />

electric applications. It allows to build<br />

vessels with smaller battery banks and<br />

charge them while on the move, which<br />

makes the switch to hybrid-electric marine<br />

propulsion more cost-efficient and<br />

accessible today. This technology is already<br />

being used by Volvo Penta customers,<br />

such as Swedish Transport Administration<br />

and MHO-Co.<br />

With the technology now working efficiently<br />

in proven, real-world applications,<br />

Volvo Penta is offering the<br />

range with models starting from D 8,<br />

190 kWe and running up to 545 KWe for<br />

the D 16. Adding to the range’s ability to<br />

improve an operation’s sustainability credentials,<br />

all diesel engines can run on<br />

HVO 100<br />

fuel,<br />

in -<br />

stead of<br />

standard diesel, to<br />

reduce fossil CO2 emissions by up<br />

to 90 % – providing a robust and sustainable<br />

solution for today.<br />

»By making our Volvo Penta variable<br />

speed marine generator sets more widely<br />

available, it takes us further forward in<br />

our journey towards more electric- and<br />

fuel-cell propulsion for the marine industry,«<br />

said Johan Inden, head of the Volvo<br />

Penta marine business. »Now, more<br />

vessels will be able to install modular hybrid<br />

propulsion systems ready to be<br />

adapted to future energy choices, meanwhile<br />

delivering important sustainability<br />

and fuel efficiency gains from day one.«<br />

A typical installation sees a modular<br />

series of variable speed marine generator<br />

sets installed to power electric drives<br />

with or without battery packs. This direct<br />

current (DC) grid system is easy<br />

to upgrade with alternative power<br />

sources and has fewer components,<br />

weighing less – especially<br />

when compared to batteries<br />

as the sole energy carrier –<br />

making the vessel more efficient.<br />

The modular installation also<br />

© Volvo Penta<br />

creates the option of using the<br />

minimum number of engines to<br />

deliver the power needed so that<br />

the marine generator sets are able<br />

to run in the efficiency sweet spot.<br />

The flexibility of a modular installation<br />

is further amplified by the fact that<br />

the new Volvo Penta variable speed marine<br />

generator sets, in each of the respective<br />

power ranges, are the most compact<br />

solutions that meet the latest IMO Tier<br />

III regulations. They’re also watercooled,<br />

which means less noise and more<br />

efficiency for owners.<br />

<br />

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Thursday | 08-09-2022<br />

25


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

WE TECH<br />

Comprehensive solutions to ensure vessels’ efficiency and reliability<br />

Finnish company WE Tech Solutions is an energy efficiency solution<br />

provider with a global presence in the shipping industry.<br />

The company specialises in supplying solutions based on DClink<br />

power distribution, variable speed power generation, energy<br />

storage and energy management systems. »The solutions improve<br />

energy efficiency and decrease emissions, hence making us a cornerstone<br />

in the sustainable future of shipping«, WE Tech states.<br />

The company offers a wide range of solutions covering several<br />

types of vessels, such as LNG Carriers, LPG Carriers, PCTC,<br />

RoRo vessels, Ro-Pax ships, Product Tankers, Multipurpose Corvettes,<br />

Bulk Carriers and others. To date, more than 100 vessels<br />

have chosen WE Tech’s energy efficient hybrid solutions for<br />

higher efficiency and lower emissions.<br />

With environmetal compliance regulations tightening, better<br />

efficiency is becoming increasingly important to stay in business.<br />

WE Tech offers comprehensive solutions to ensure vessels’ suefficiency<br />

and reliability, as well as securing customers’ compliance<br />

with the IMO’s ship efficiency standards and benchmarking systems<br />

EEDI, EEXI and CII.<br />

At <strong>SMM</strong> the company showcases its WE Drive, a variable frequency<br />

drive; the Variable Speed Generator offers soltuions for<br />

for PTO/PTI/PTH. Also on display are the DC-link Power Distribution,<br />

an Energy Storage System based on battery packs, a<br />

Shore Connection System and an Energy Management System.<br />

Hall B1 OG | booth 102<br />

© WE Tech<br />

KRAFTPOWERCON<br />

DC power supply for »life at sea«<br />

KraftPowercon offers solutions, products, services to drive innovation within industrial<br />

power conversion. At <strong>SMM</strong> the company showcases the FlexKraft Marine<br />

and ECKraft rectifiers. These units are designed to generate the power<br />

needed to produce the active ingredient in an Electro chlorination ballast water<br />

management system (BWMS). The active ingredients in theses sysetms is Sodium<br />

hypochlorite, NaClO, that is used to disinfect the ballast water to remove<br />

the risk of introducing invasive species in new waters. »With a rectifier from<br />

KraftPowercon integrated into your ballast water management system – you are<br />

always in safe hands,« the company promises.<br />

Hall A1 | booth 417<br />

At <strong>SMM</strong> the company showcases<br />

the FlexKraft Marine and ECKraft<br />

rectifiers<br />

© KraftPowercon<br />

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26 Thursday | 08-09-2022


EXCELLENCE<br />

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs<br />

and International Cooperation


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

»LUDWIG PRANDTL II«<br />

Construction contract to be awarded soon<br />

This was announced by the customer, the<br />

Helmholz Centre Hereon. The intention<br />

to award the contract has already been<br />

sent to the shipyards involved, but certain<br />

deadlines still have to be met before the official<br />

award can be made. However, a model<br />

of the »Ludwig Prandtl II« is already<br />

being presented at the <strong>SMM</strong> at the stand<br />

of Technolog Services. The company was<br />

initially entrusted by Hereon with a feasibility<br />

study and subsequently also with<br />

the final design for the research vessel.<br />

»This vessel is optimised for research<br />

in coastal and inland waters,« emphasises<br />

Technolog’s project manager Fridtjof<br />

Rohde. This means that the ship will have<br />

a minimal draught to sail in shallow water.<br />

The length is limited by the locks it<br />

will have to pass through in the future.<br />

The ship will accomodate several technologies<br />

for different needs, emphasises<br />

Volker Dzaak, representative of Hereon.<br />

Representatives of Hereon and Technolog in front of the model of the new »Ludwig Prandtl II«<br />

There will be a wet and an electronics laboratory.<br />

In addition, there will be various<br />

deck equipment, such as an A-frame at<br />

the stern or a large crane in the front part<br />

of the ship. It will also be possible to carry<br />

additional containers on the afterdeck.<br />

A fuel cell will be added to the dieselelectric<br />

propulsion system and will be<br />

used to charge the batteries installed, so<br />

that the vessel can sail for a certain time<br />

with significantly lower noise emissions.<br />

»The <strong>SMM</strong> is a great forum for us, because<br />

now we want to tender the components<br />

in order to install them in a timely manner,«<br />

says Dzaak. The »Ludwig Prandtl II«<br />

will be delivered in spring 2024. <br />

© <strong>HANSA</strong> / Henckel<br />

28 Thursday | 08-09-2022


MEET THE CITY<br />

WHERE TO GO AFTER THE TRADE SHOW<br />

Down by the harbour<br />

»Bei Rosie«, in the oldest harbour bar in<br />

the south of Hamburg (not retro but original),<br />

sweet Rosi and her team serve the<br />

very best »Currywurst with fries« to go<br />

with a Hamburg »Astra« beer! Inexpensive<br />

and delicious, in the beer garden or<br />

cosy and romantic at the wooden tables,<br />

under a net with fairy lights and starfish,<br />

between lifebuoys and ship models and to<br />

a colourful mix of jukebox sounds. A<br />

special place that you shouldn’t miss for a<br />

Currywurst, a beer and a dance afterwards<br />

if you are based in the south of Hamburg<br />

during <strong>SMM</strong>.<br />

© <strong>HANSA</strong><br />

Sandra Winter,<br />

Ad management, <strong>HANSA</strong> and Binnenschifffahrt<br />

© Wintern<br />

Currywurst and an original ambience at Rosi‘s<br />

Address:<br />

Dampfschiffweg 21,<br />

21079 Hamburg,<br />

phone +49 40 770294<br />

no website<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 />

Thursday | 08-09-2022<br />

29


MEET THE CITY<br />

WHERE TO GO AFTER THE TRADE SHOW<br />

Campus am Isemarkt – a guest of good friends in chic Harvestehude<br />

Florian Visser<br />

Commercial Publishing Director <strong>HANSA</strong><br />

Ervin’s Campus makes you feel at home<br />

The »Campus« is located in the middle of<br />

Harvestehude, one of Hamburg‘s finest<br />

and probably most expensive districts.<br />

This is where the neighbourhood meets<br />

for a cosy dinner. No Harvestehude high<br />

society – but rather down-to-earth and<br />

yet chic.<br />

The Campus is in an idyllic location<br />

and has a vast, roofed outdoor terrace<br />

where you can enjoy the fresh air of the<br />

quiet area in almost any weather. If there<br />

is no seat available on the terrace, you can<br />

be placed inside the restaurant, where you<br />

will sit at dark, wooden Hanseatic tables.<br />

You will feel as if friends have invited<br />

you to their home dining room. The<br />

Campus is mainly frequented by regulars<br />

who come for the amiable staff. The<br />

owner Ervin is a gastronome with a<br />

passion, and every guest notices that immediately.<br />

During the evening, he strolls<br />

up to each table and ensures that each of<br />

his guests is happy.<br />

The menu is small but fine and offers<br />

the best home cooking at a very fair price.<br />

Everyone will find something delicious,<br />

from pasta with gambas to roast beef and<br />

vegetarian goat cheese. My tip for a visit:<br />

At Ervin’s, it’s best to order a »Schnitzel«<br />

with fried potatoes – accompanied by a<br />

freshly tapped beer and, for dessert, definitely<br />

an apple pancake with vanilla ice<br />

cream. Reservations are not possible and,<br />

therefore, not necessary.<br />

Opening hours:<br />

Monday to Friday: 11:00 – 15:00 and<br />

17:00 – 23:00<br />

Saturday and Sunday: Closed<br />

Address:<br />

Campus am Isemarkt<br />

Klosterallee 80<br />

20144 Hamburg-Harvestehude<br />

https://campus-am-isemarkt.eatbu.com<br />

© Campus<br />

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30 Maximilian Verlag GmbH & Co. KG | Stadthausbrücke 4 | 20355 Hamburg Thursday | 08-09-2022


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