Scanship has been selected to supply its total clean ship systems for three Virgin Voyages newbuilds at Fincantieri.

In a cruise industry first, logistics expert Savino Del Bene has been licensed by the US government to transport agricultural products to Cuba for a year-round cruise operation there.

Scanship said it entered into a contract with a Norwegian shipyard to supply its Total Clean Ship System including advanced wastewater purification, food waste processing and garbage handling.

Norwegian Cruise Line completed the retrofitting of new exhaust gas cleaning systems on Norwegian Pearl and Norwegian Gem.

Loipart Group, supplier of marine galley equipment, provision rooms and laundry systems for cruise ships, is strengthening and expanding its business together with new partner A5 Marine Technologies AB to supply own-designed systems and equipment for ship-generated garbage.

In a significant development the US Coast Guard issued the first US type-approval certificate for a ballast water management system to Optimarin.

Evac Group, provider of integrated waste, wastewater, and water management systems for the marine, offshore, and building industries, has acquired Uson Marine.The acquisition is expected to increase Evac’s market share in dry and wet waste management systems, as well as strengthen the group’s position with regard to small and medium-sized marine and offshore vessels.

Wärtsilä is supplying Saga Cruises' newbuild at Meyer Werft with a complete waste management offering for handling both wet and dry waste. The latter is a new development from Wärtsilä and complements the company's extensive portfolio for handling wet waste.

The new AL42 LED berth light from Glamox Aqua Signal for crew and passenger cabins consumes little energy, offering a low total cost informs the supplier of lighting solutions to the global marine market.

Shipbuilder Fincantieri awarded Scanship the contract to supply an advanced wastewater purification system for P&O Cruises Australia's newbuild.

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