• 2017 July 13 16:28

    BIO-SEA offers maritime industry its small flow rate BWMS

    BIO-SEA by BIO-UV designs, manufactures and markets the BIO-SEA small flow rate ballast water treatment system which combines mechanical filtration and ultraviolet (UV) disinfection without any chemical treatment whatsoever. The BIO-SEA small flow rate range available from 15 to 90 m3/h is especially designed for the needs of vessels with small pump capacities such as yachts, navy support vessels, offshore support vessels (OSV), platform supply vessels (PSV), ocean-going research vessels (RV).
    The BIO-SEA's BWMS units feature the following characteristics:
    FLEXIBLE: adaptable to all types of technical configurations BIO-SEA is the only system to be as flexible and adaptable. It can be easily integrated to all types of retrofit or newbuilding vessels, thanks to several versions depending on technical needs :
    - skid version: fully mounted
    - split version: skid totally dismounted, delivered in wooden box and then easily reassembled onboard
    - modular version: loose components
     
    COMPACT: smallest system on the BWT market BIO-SEA small flow rate is designed to be as compact as possible. All components included power supply are directly embded on skid (no additional power cabinet) and UV reactor are shorten from the standard version, which allows a minimal footprint.
     
    RELIABLE and COMPLIANT The range is IMO Type approved and also has the AMS from the USCG with several Class societies certifications. Designed and manufactured with first class marine components, BIO-SEA small flow rate system is efficient in all water qualities.
     
    BIO-SEA has equipped many vessels, with reliable, innovative, modular and cost efficient solutions. BIO-SEA and its worldwide certified Partners remain at your disposal if you need technical information for your new building or retrofit projects.

    The BIO-SEA® ballast water treatment systems are IMO type approved, USCG AMS accepted and its USCG type approval is currently in process. BIO-SEA has equipped many vessels, with reliable, innovative, modular and cost efficient solutions. BIO-SEA is able to provide, thanks to its worldwide certified Partners, retrofits and new building turnkey solutions from onboard survey till onboard installation (at quay, dry-dock or on voyage).

    BIO-SEA is a subsidiary of the BIO-UV Group. BIO-UV, an innovative industrial SME, leading French manufacturer of ultraviolet light water treatment equipment, was created in May 2000. Made up of 49 employees at the present time in France, the BIO-UV Group designs, manufactures and markets systems and concepts of disinfection by ultraviolet light (UV-C) adapted to a large number of applications.




2017 November 17

18:06 Swiber's subsidiary placed into bankruptcy by the District Court of Helsinki
17:55 Pacific Fleet warships arrive in Chuk Samet port, Thailand
17:36 Damen supports team AkzoNobel in the Volvo Ocean Race 2017-18
17:20 Sevmash floated out nuclear-powered missile submarine Knyaz Vladimir (photo)
17:06 CMA CGM announces FAK rates from Asia to North Europe
16:45 Yantar Shipyard launches first trawler of Project SK-3101R for Kamchatka fishing company (photo)
16:26 DNV GL: Standardisation can help enable the digital transformation of shipping
16:00 Maersk Line appoints new president in North America
15:58 Onezhsky shipyard lays down Yury Maslyukov dredger of Damen TSHD 2000 design (photo)
15:26 IMO runs cooperation for oil spill preparedness in west, central and southern Africa
15:00 Special tactical exercises held at CPC Marine Terminal Tank Farm facilities
14:37 Water Transport newspaper will celebrate its centenary in 2018
14:02 NCC conducts yet another groundbreaking ceremony at the Port of Gothenburg Logistics Park
13:45 MSCC Bronka set to increase its heavy cargo transshipment capacity
13:32 Diana Shipping announces time charter contract for m/v Naias with Phaethon
13:14 Vostochny Port extends its collective labor contract for three years
13:02 Acta Marine's walk-to-work construction support vessel in final construction phase
12:30 Scottish Ports Group call for right infrastructure and planning conditions
12:01 Aker Solutions to provide umbilicals for three offshore Norway field developments
11:53 MOL's newbuilding coal carrier NAGARA MARU to serve JERA Trading
11:17 301 ships loaded with export coal left Rosterminalugol this year (photo)
10:53 Icebreaker Moskva set sail for seaport Sabetta (photo)
10:30 Brent Crude futures price down 0.29% to $61.18, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.24% to $55.27
10:08 ABS raises cyber awareness to marine insurance industry
09:45 Bunker prices go down at the Port of Saint-Petersburg, Russia (graph)
09:21 Baltic Dry Index down to 1,361 points
09:08 ESPO welcomes the agreement between Parliament and Council setting a deadline for global solution on CO2 from shipping
08:29 Port of Long Beach receives U.S. EPA Grant to cut pollution
08:12 Damen’s repair yards update ISO and OHSAS certification

2017 November 16

18:35 APL receives the ‘Best Green Shipping Line’ award from HAROPA
18:05 Shearwater GeoServices awarded ONGC survey
17:35 ITF: ‘new era for fishers begins’
17:23 Expert says geopolitical risks may push bunker prices slightly up
17:05 JAXPORT expands vehicle-handling capacity
16:51 Severnaya Verf will build six processing trawlers for Norebo Holding (photo)
16:35 Hapag-Lloyd implements GRI for Trans-Pacific Trade Eastbound from East Asia to USA and Canada
16:05 OOCL introduces the China Pakistan Express Intra-Asia service
15:37 Oldendorff Carriers in alliance with Welhunt starts transhipment operation in Vietnam
15:30 APM Terminals Poti adds two Azimuth Stern-Drive tugboats
15:05 Teekay LNG Partners establishes Teekay Multigas Pool
14:58 Norwegian Cruise Line orders PrimeServ upgrades for multiple vessels
14:17 Baltic transport ministers meet in Vilnius to discuss the common objectives of the Baltic States
13:49 Murmansk Sea Fishing Port handled 290,100 t in 10M’17, up 13.7% to (photo)
13:25 Sergey Kireev appointed as interim General Director of PJSC NCSP
13:00 Last Early Bird rate for Maritime Reconnaissance and Surveillance Technology conference 2018 expires 30th November 2017
12:38 “K” Line Group introduces new Total Auto-Logistics Business in Chile
12:12 Wärtsilä receives an order from Lunar Fishing Company to supply new trawler
11:59 Damen SAR vessel passes capsize test with engines running
11:58 Bunker prices go up at the Far East ports of Russia (graph)
11:33 First Borey-A nuclear underwater missile carrier to be floated out in Severodvinsk, November 17
11:11 FESCO to deliver production equipment to Great Wall Motors plant being built in the Tula region
10:50 Vostochny Port has shipped 400 mln t of coal from the date of its foundation (photo)
10:04 Brent Crude futures price up 0.18% to $61.98, Light Sweet Crude – up 0.05% to $55.36
09:42 IMO is holding a seminar focused on free-flowing maritime traffic in Montenegro
09:19 Baltic Dry Index down to 1,374 points

2017 November 15

18:00 RF Transport Ministry supports “Hydraulic Engineering Structures of Water Transport” Congress
17:35 EU experts performed comprehensive assessesment of Klaipeda Seaport security
17:12 Navigation season closed at inland water ways of the Amur Basin (photo)
16:46 Port of Klaipeda development to be coordinated by Governmental Commission
16:20 Port of Tallinn shortlisted for Green Port / Terminal Award