Tag: <span>Cavotec</span>

Cavotec e-charging system chosen for autonomous battery-powered ships
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Cavotec e-charging system chosen for autonomous battery-powered ships

Cavotec has been chosen to supply automated e-charging systems for the world’s first fleet of zero-emission, autonomous battery powered ships in Norway. The company has also been chosen to supply automated vacuum mooring systems for ports in Australia and New Zealand. Automated mooring will maximise operational availability, reduce infrastructure costs, and improve safety, and automated...

Cavotec launches automated mooring solution
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Cavotec launches automated mooring solution

Manufacturer of connection and electrification solutions for the maritime industry, Cavotec, has launched its next generation automated vacuum mooring solution, MoorMaster NxG. MoorMaster NxG helps ships enter and leave ports and conduct mooring in as little as 30 seconds to drastically reduce docking times. Traditional anchoring of ships to port using ropes and chains can...

Cavotec to deliver automated mooring system to Turku
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Cavotec to deliver automated mooring system to Turku

Cavotec has won another order for its automated mooring technology, MoorMaster, for a ferry berth at the Port of Turku in Finland. The system will be delivered in 2020. MoorMaster improves safety, reduces environmental impact, and increases operational efficiency by removing conventional mooring lines from the mooring process. This significantly reduces mooring times, vessel motion,...

AMS cuts CO2 emissions by 97 per cent confirms latest research
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AMS cuts CO2 emissions by 97 per cent confirms latest research

Automated mooring systems (AMS) can cut CO2 emissions by 97 per cent from vessels during mooring operations, according to the latest research from the University of Cantabria, Spain. The researchers from the university, in collaboration with the department of Sciences and Techniques of Navigation and Shipbuilding, School of Nautical Studies of Santander, found that AMS...

The fuel-saving technologies hailed game-changers by the UN
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The fuel-saving technologies hailed game-changers by the UN

A report by the United Nations Global Compact, DNV GL, and Sustaina has hailed Cavotec’s MoorMaster automated mooring technology and Norsepower’s Rotor Sail solution as two of the key game-changing technologies driving fuel efficient and sustainable shipping operations. Autonomous solutions, wind, and electrification are vital solutions in the shipping industry’s journey towards decarbonisation. Rapidly implementing...