ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable
utility, industry, and transport customers to improve their performance
while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates
in around 100 countries and employs about 140.000 people.
Turbocharging is at the helm of the global industry in the manufacture
and maintenance of turbochargers for 500 kW to 80+ MW diesel and gas
engines. About 200,000 ABB turbochargers are in operation across the
globe on ships, power stations, gen-sets, diesel locomotives and large,
ABB Marine and Ports offers an extensive portfolio of integrated
marine systems and solutions that improve the flexibility, reliability
and energy efficiency of vessels. By coupling power, automation and
advisory, proven fuel-efficient technologies and services that ensure
maximum vessel uptime, ABB is in a unique position to improve the
profitability of customers' business throughout the entire lifecycle of a
We have over 100 Service Stations in over 50 countries worldwide.
Hamburg-based Becker Marine Systems is market leader for manoeuvring
systems such as the Becker Flap Rudder and energy-saving devices like
the Becker Mewis Duct®.
Additionally, Becker offers environmentally-friendly LNG concepts such
as the LNG Hybrid Barge and the LNG PowerPac® as well as other
alternative energy solutions such as the COBRA - Compact Battery Rack.
Becker products are based on over 70 years of successful business
with the world's shipping and shipbuilding industry and have been
installed on over 8,000 vessels of all types worldwide. With thousands
of systems installed it is vital to Becker to provide the best possible
after-sales service. Seven branch offices stocked with spares and
staffed by service technicians and more than 20 agents provide worldwide
service on a 24/7 basis.
The technical team of naval architects, designers and draftsmen
at Becker Marine Systems spend their daily efforts and lifetime
experiences together to improve and further develop manoeuvring and
energy-saving solutions for the benefit of the maritime industry.
Created in 1828, Bureau Veritas is a global leader in Testing,
Inspection and Certification (TIC), delivering high quality services to
help clients meet the growing challenges of quality, safety,
environmental protection and social responsibility.
It is by far the largest and most global Group involved in ship
classification and offshore verification and certification in the world.
The Marine & Offshore division of Bureau Veritas is an important
part of the Group. lts global network is at the heart of Bureau Veritas'
local presence in every country on earth and its expertise is shared
across the Group.
Bureau Veritas delivers high quality services to help clients meet the
growing challenges of quality, safety, environmentaI protection and
As a trusted partner, Bureau Veritas offers innovative solutions,
that go beyond simple compliance with regulations and standards,
reducing risk, improving performance and promoting sustainable
Through its eight global businesses, Bureau Veritas has developed the
industry's widest array of world-class services to clients, wherever
Bureau Veritas has close to 69,000 employees in around 1,400 offices
and laboratories located in 140 countries. ln 2016, it reported revenue
of 4.55 billion euros.
Following the credo "PartnerShipping for Performance," Flensburg-based
Carrier Solutions, a part of Cargotec company Navis, supports liner
operators, ship owners and ship managers to gain improved performance by
reducing inefficiencies, to meet the latest
requirements by IMO, EU or classification societies, and to increase
sustainability of the global supply chain in shipping. As the vendor and
designer of loading computer MACS3,
stowage planning solution StowMan and fleet performance software
Bluetracker, Navis combines industry best practices with innovative
technology and reliable services to ensure smarter, safer,
and more sustainable global trade for everyone.
Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global technology powerhouse that
has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability
and internationality for more than 165 years. The company is active in
more than 200 countries, focusing on the areas of electrification,
automation and digitalization.
For the right course, partnership matters: The Siemens marine
commitment stretches back more than 130 years. It is a story of
developing close, trusted partnerships and a promise of supporting
businesses with future-proof solutions for the safe, efficient and
reliable operation of commercial as well as naval vessels. Our highly
innovative portfolio of electrical products, systems, solutions and
services covers the entire lifecycle. Trendsetting solutions such as our
Waste Heat Recovery System and BlueDrive PlusC Drive Solution have
paved the way into a new era in energy efficiency. Our fuel-cell systems
and Permasyn propulsion system for submarines have reshaped the marine
Together with the increasing digitalization of the whole vessel with
more complex and higher sophisticated equipment, like podded drives, the
future of marine will go digital with the approach of all-electric
ships up to autonomous vessels and decision support systems like SISHIP
EcoMAIN. Such solutions require incorporation of digital engineering
over the whole lifecycle: from design to construction to operation
including training, maintenance and service – all over the whole life
cycle. Siemens offers advanced technology designed to optimize onboard
ship machinery performance while upholding environmental standards and
is prepared for this by providing the fitting systems and solutions.