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20 November 2017
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Lightweight composite cabin project secures Innovate UK funding
Following the success of the prototype launchat SMM in 2016, the UK consortium consisting of composite specialist PE Composites Ltd (PEC) and marine interior refurbishment specialist Trimline Ltd has secured further co-funding from the UK’s Innovation Agency, Innovate UK, to productionise and certify its Lightweight Composite Cabin.

Dellner to launch new heavy duty SKD disc brakes at Nor-Shipping 2017
Dellner Brakes AB, a leading manufacturer of technologically advanced braking systems, is introducing two new heavy-duty disc brakes to its SKD range at Nor-shipping in Oslo, Norway, from 30 May to 2 June.

Port of Barcelona expects 158,000 passengers for Allure of the Seas in 2015
The Port of Barcelona expects 158,000 passengers in 2015 for the world’s largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas, which will sail 25 times from the Spanish city during the 2015 season.

EPA cracks down on sulphur emissions
Cruise lines operating around the US and Canada will be punished if they fail to comply with new emissions regulations.

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