Friday, September 7, 2012

Gas Free Certification, Gas Free for Hot Work Certification, Automation Calibration Laboratory



Gas Free Certification, Gas Free for Hot Work Certification, Automation Calibration Laboratory








Company: Vigil Engineering
Country: United Arab Emirates
Address: P.O.BOX 20746, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 20746
Contact: Capt. Anil Mithal
Tel: +972-6-534-9424

Gas free & hot work certification

Gas Free Certification, Gas Free for Hot Work Certification, Automation Calibration Laboratory















 
For Ship Owners / Ship Managers / Shipping Agents.

As per UAE port regulations, if a ship calling UAE port or anchorages requires to carry out any hot work (welding, gas cutting, grinding etc….) onboard, it is mandatory to obtain a third party certificate to get permission from the port authorities; VIGIL is here to help you out for the same.

We have specially trained surveyors for this purpose, who will visit the ship and carry out necessary inspection & certification (or denying if the things are not in order at the hotwork location).

We cover entire UAE – ports and anchorages for this purpose.


Automation & Calibration

Gas Free Certification, Gas Free for Hot Work Certification, Automation Calibration Laboratory
 
















Newly launched . . . . Automation Activity

 
We have been appointed by M/s MARINFLOC AB, SWEDEN as their Authorized Service center in the Middle East region

We are doing Water Analysis for Boiler and / or Engine Jacket Cooling (HT/LT) water samples in our LAB.

We would like to establish ourselves as an ‘Automation Company’ with a dedicated team to meet your automation requirements in trouble shooting, faults findings, up-gradation and retrofit in plant, Calibration of Pressure & Temperature Gauges oil discharge monitors, electrical switchgear and controls, as well as a variety of other electronic systems of major brands and manufacturers

We undertake calibration jobs on board vessels as well as on shore for calibrating Temp & Pressure gauges, Oil Content Meters.
 
 
 
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[Ship Building] Big3 may miss target

[Ship Building] Big3 may miss target

Despite active investment in offshore plant, Korea's Big3 shipbuilders/offshore plant fabricators may miss their 2012 new order targets, due to depressed ordering for commercial ship.

Sources said that Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering filled up 71% of 2012 target, as of the end of August, while Samsung Heavy Industries and Hyundai Heavy Industries reached 52% and 32% each.

Daewoo has inked around $7.83bn year to date with new order target totalling $11bn. Among those contracted, $5.28bn belongs to offshore plant sector, including two semi-submersible rigs, one FPSO, five fixed-type offshore platforms, etc.

Aiming $12.5bn in 2012, Samsung barely exceeded half of the target with $6.5bn worth of contracts. Although the Geojae-based shipyard is expected to win orders for offshore production facility, drillship, LNG carrier, etc., during the second half of the year, it is unclear whether it will attain the target or not.

Hyundai set its new order goal for this year from shipbuilding, offshore & engineering and industrial plant & engineering divisions, totalling $23.6bn (Hyundai Samho HI included). However, it is far away from the target, only $7.6bn having been contracted. What is worse, promising projects scheduled in 2012 would possibly be postponed to early 2013.



Published : September 6, 2012






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[Ship Building] CSSC orders double

[Ship Building] CSSC orders double

China CSSC Holdings, the Shanghai-listed flagship unit of China State Shipbuilding Corp, saw its new orders for the first half of this year increased more than double from that in H1 2011.

During the first half of the year, on stand-alone basis, CSSC delivered 12 newbuildings of a combined 1.78m, down by 52.6% year on year, it reported.

Through newbuilding deliveries, the company gained CNY 9.861bn ($1.55bn) of profit, 11.9% less than the same period last year, and gross profit ratio to sales declined by 6.71% points to 15.5%.

During the same period, CSSC contracted 21 newbuildings of a cumulative 2.06m dwt, increased by 2.2 times from the same period of 2011. As of the end of June, its orderbook stood at 92 vessels, totalling 14.26m dwt, up from 13.98m dwt in the end of 2011.

As for ship repairing segment, CSSC-affiliated repair yard CSSC Chengxi Shipyard earned CNY 888m by having repaired 116 vessels, in H1. From repairing operation, the yard's earning fell by 3.72% year-on-year and gross profit ratio to sales also decreased by 8.8% to 5.4%.

CSSC Chengxi sits on 114 orders on the book, aggregating CNY 523m, down by 28.6% year-on-year.



Published : September 6, 2012


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[Ship Building] Jiangzhou pens six MPPs

[Ship Building] Jiangzhou pens six MPPs

China's Jiangzhou Union Shipbuilding signed a newbuilding contract for six 8,500-dwt multi-purpose vessels with Swiss owner in Hamburg, Germany, on September 4.

Germanischer Lloyd (GL) will class the newbuildings, 122.2m in length, 19.8m in breadth and 11m in height.

These vessels meet newly adopted environmental regulations by IMO, etc., and reduce energy consumption.

Also, they will be equipped with 80-ton crane.


[Ship Building] Jiangzhou pens six MPPs





Published : September 6, 2012



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[Marine] Korean utilities eye capes

[Marine] Korean utilities eye capes

Five of Korean power generation utility companies are planning to invite tenders for seven newbuilding bulkers from domestic shipowners.

These newbuildings are to transport flaming coals for long period.

This will be welcome news for Korean shipbuilding and shipping industries, suffering from troubled market.

Power generation utility companies - Korea South East Power, Korea Midland Power, Korea Western Power, Korea Southern Power and Korea East-West Power - will soon give public notice of a bid for newbuilding/chartering contracts of seven 150,000-dwt bulkers.

These utility companies will have a meeting with domestic shipping companies next week and adjust forward schedules.



Published : September 6, 2012


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[Marine] Shell engages in LNG-powered ships

[Marine] Shell engages in LNG-powered ships

Sep. 5, 2012 - Today, Shell, announced it has signed a contract for the charter of two new build LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) powered tank barges. These 110 m long barges will operate on the Rhine and will be on charter to Shell from 2013.

The new 100% LNG powered barges will not only be a first for Shell but for the inland marine industry. They will be built at Peters Shipyards in Kampen, The Netherlands and operated by Interstream Barging (ISB).

These LNG powered barges will be new additions to the existing Shell Rhine Fleet and will operate in The Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany. The first is expected to be delivered to Shell in Spring 2013.

Dr. Grahaeme Henderson, Shell Vice President for Shipping, who yesterday marked the start of the barge construction when he ceremonially laid the keel, said: “Shell sees real growth opportunities for LNG as a fuel in coastal and inland shipping in Europe. LNG can help shipping operators meet strict emissions standards, such as those that are due to apply on the Rhine.”

The barges will carry enough LNG to sail for up to seven days - from Rotterdam to Basel and back without refuelling. Unlike many traditional barges the bridge / wheelhouse is at the front of the ship. This will enable better trim, more efficient movement through water and the potential for a higher level of safety.

Shell is looking at a range of ways to improve the efficiency of its barge fleet along the Rhine. LNG barges are likely to become an increasing part of the mix but improvements can also be made to the efficiency of existing barges. As part of this, Shell is monitoring the fuel efficiency of all its chartered barges to improve operational efficiency.



Published : September 6, 2012


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[Marine] PC recovery takes time

[Marine] PC recovery takes time

Market still needs at least one another year until asset prices and rates of product carrier recover.

DVB warned "Recovery in asset values is not likely to happen during the next 12 to 18 months."

According to the bank, 334 vessels of a combined 15.2 million dwt remain on order, equal to 14% of the sector’s trading fleet.

45 newbuildings, only 32% of the schedule, have been delivered year-to-date.

DVB said, “The relentless pace of vessel deliveries is likely to continue in 2013 as another 133 vessels of 6.4 million dwt are scheduled to enter the fleet during the year.



Published : September 6, 2012


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