Launching of a deep sea barge

10 février 2021|Alwena Shipping news|

We are pleased to share that today, right before Chinese Spring Festival, the deep sea barge Roonui II has been launched at Yangzhou Hairun Shipyard. This complete project is managed by Alwena Shipping for our client in South Pacific. Look at these thrilling videos of the launching on air bags ! This complete project has been awarded to Alwena Shipping

Attending SMM Hamburg

29 janvier 2021|Alwena Shipping news, News thread|

Due to current Covid situation, the famous maritime fair SMM Hamburg is fully digital this year. Several conferences, presentations and panels will be held between 2 to 5th of February 2021. Ludovic Gerard will participate to a panel discussion moderated by DNVGL , with industry leaders: "Container Ships - ahead of the green curve"Stay tuned on the 4th of February

Alwena Shipping strengthens its presence in China

19 janvier 2021|Alwena Shipping news|

We are delighted that Steven MA joins Alwena Shipping as China Representative.  After a long career in Class Societies CCS and GL, followed by 12 years in CMA CGM. His vast experience of shipbuilding and shiprepair in China, combined with his technical knowledge, will be of great support to Alwena Shipping’ clients. With Steven on board, we are strengthening our

Wind Assistance Propulsion

8 septembre 2020|Alwena Shipping related newspaper articles, News thread|

Wind Assisted Propulsion LNG Carrier - Courtesy of AYRO ( Hybridation of propulsion is a solution for most of cargo vessels to cut significantly their CO2 emissions and fuel bills. Various solutions are existing on the market, each with their pro and cons. Savings up to 30% can observed under certain trades, exposed to favorable wind conditions. French giant TOTAL

CO2 ETS for shipping sponsored by EU !

8 juillet 2020|News thread|

Excellent news reported last night with EU Parliament approving a CO2 target emission scheme for shipping.Remarkable is the vote result : 62 voted in favour, 3 against and 3 were abstentions. Ships over 5000GT would be included in the Emission Trading Scheme. And in line with IMO targets, the Parliament intends to introduce compulsory measures for shipping efficiency, in particular