Design for autonomous maintenance dredger unveiled

C-Job Naval Architects, an independent ship design and engineering company, has unveiled its concept design of an autonomous maintenance dredger (AUMD). The distinctive design was presented at the combined Maritime and Port Technology and Development […]

Forecasting service manages dredging impact

HR Wallingford has launched a service that can provide improved forecasting of sediment plumes caused by dredging. This enables dredging companies to better plan their schedules ahead as the service predicts sediment dispersion several days […]

Protecting port equipment

In today’s fast-paced global economy, pressure is on producers, manufacturers, and businesses across every industry to optimise efficiency savings and reduce supply chain costs. For port and terminal operators, ensuring reliable, efficient, and cost-effective services […]

Damen Shipyards Group signs contract for third ASD tug

Damen Shipyards Group has entered into a contract with Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KS&EW) on 22 October 2019, for the materials package of a third azimuth stern drive (ASD) tug 2009, under the Damen Technical Cooperation (DTC) for the Pakistan Navy.    The […]

Increased dredging hose specifications needed

With the influx of small low-cost suppliers of dredging hoses, the price of hoses has been lowered by using cheaper raw materials. This has increased the hose failure rates, shortening product lifespans, manufacturer Trelleborg warns […]

The submersible dredge ROV. Credit: Eddy Pumps

USACE tests underwater dredging ROV

The US Army Corps of Engineers is testing a new underwater dredging ROV, which will be used in dredging operations in the UAE later this year. Designed and manufactured by EDDY Pump Corporation, the Mini […]