On September 6th, the 30th Hamburg International Maritime Fair (SMM 2022), the maritime industry’s largest exhibition, returned offline for the first time in two years, attracting nearly 2,000 exhibitors and 40,000 people from over 100 countries around the world. attracted visitors. As one of the leading marine equipment manufacturers, Headway equipped his SMM 2022 with OceadGuard® Fuel Gas Supply System (FGSS), Carbon Capture Storage and Utilization System (CCSU), Ballast Water Management System (BWMS), and Exhaust Gas Cleaning System. (EGCS). In particular, the state-of-the-art carbon dioxide recovery and utilization technology at this event attracted the attention of visitors and facilitated communication with Headway.
Dating back to 1963, the Hamburg International Maritime Fair is the largest, most professional and influential trade fair in the shipping industry. SMM 2020 he could have held in September 2020 and had to postpone to his February 2021 held online due to COVID-19. Encouragingly, the 30th SMM is coming face-to-face again, with exhibitors spread across 11 exhibition halls, covering the entire industrial supply chain. SMM 2022 will focus on topics that are currently on the radar of many in the shipping industry, including marine fuel conversion, digitization of ships and climate change.
With the advent of mandatory dates under the Ballast Water Convention, the BWMS market still ranks on the shipping industry’s hot topic list. At SMM 2022, Headway’s flagship OceanGuard® BWMS continues to attract the attention of visitors, and she has reached an agreement with Zeaborn for two of her existing vessels. Meanwhile, Hartmann also confirmed that as one of his long-term partners in Germany, he will also order three newbuildings. In addition, their initial intention to cooperate was reflected in their strong interest in OceanGuard ® EGCS. One of Hartmann’s technical his managers said:
In addition, Headway also showcased marine fueling systems based on LNG, LPG and methanol fuel solutions and having certificates from major international classification societies. We also have a track record of receiving orders for high-voltage and low-voltage systems, and have received high praise from customers for the delivery of some projects.
It is worth noting that Headway’s independently developed and researched OceanGuard® CCSU has made its debut at an international industry exhibition as Headway’s latest product. This system uses cutting-edge decarbonization technology to efficiently capture and store greenhouse gases (GHG) such as CO2 generated by the ship’s engines, which is of great significance in achieving zero carbon. . The system has many advantages such as high carbon capture efficiency, compact design, low power consumption, convenient storage and transportation, and is AiP certified by major classification societies. At the site, many of the shipowners and shipyard representatives expressed high interest in the progress of the upcoming experiment and had in-depth communication to facilitate further cooperation with Headway.
Headway will continue to strengthen its global service system, work closely with global partners to further accelerate its global strategic layout, and with high-quality products and 24-hour on-site technical service, create an environment-friendly, intelligent and sustainable Contribute to possible global deliveries.
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