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Meet ICE at Sea Japan 2018

The ICE Group will for the third time be exhibiting at the biennial SeaJapan trade show in Tokyo. The exhibition will take place April 11 - 13 at the Tokyo Big Sight Exhibition Centre. Japan’s shipbuilding industry has a well-earned reputation for quality and on-schedule deliveries; in turn it poses high demands on quality and cost-effectiveness from its suppliers and ...
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Retrofit Laser Scanning

New regulations for ballast water and sulphuric content in exhaust gases from ships has created an increasing demand for installation of systems for ballast water treatment (“BWT”) and exhaust gas cleaning (“scrubbers”). Using its extensive ship design experience, ICE offer assistance to shipowners to select suitable systems, undertake onboard surveys, design the new system, interface with Class, and supervise installation ...
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Braemar Executives Visiting ICE

Recently, ICE was visited by senior representatives of Braemar Technical Services, exploring areas of common interest. The Braemar group is a leading international provider of knowledge and skill-based services to the shipping, marine, energy, offshore and insurance industries. It employs approximately 850 people in more than 70 locations worldwide across its Shipbroking, Technical, Logistics and Financial divisions. The Braemar representatives: ...
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ICE Attending ‘The Floating Future’ Seminar

In March, ICE’s representatives Coen Landa, Business Development Director and Gheorghe Iorga, Senior Engineer, attended a seminar in Wageningen, the Netherlands focused on Food, Energy, Logistics & Living on Floating Mega Islands. The event ended with a visit to the MARIN offshore tank to witness tests of an irregularly shaped model (picture) in the “hundred-year” wave (significant wave height of ...
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Shallow-draft 20,000 cum LNG Carrier

Working closely with a major operator of gas ships, ICE has developed a “milk run” LNG distribution tanker with a cargo capacity of 20,000 cum. The gas is contained in two type C semi-pressurised and fully refrigerated bi-lobe cargo tanks. The vessel’s dual-fuel propulsion system is designed to normally operate on boil-off gas (BOG), whilst having the ability to alternatively ...
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