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The Marine Design Edition

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NO. 9 / VOL. 83 / SEPTEMBER 2021

Shipping & Ports

Back-ups persist across the supply chain.

Photo Source: Port of Los Angeles

On the Cover

Chris Wiernicki, CEO, ABS

Cover Photo Credit: ABS

Features Departments 4 Authors & Contributors 18 Global Mercy 6 Editorial Jim Paterson takes us inside Mercy Ship’s first-ever newbuild, 8 By the Numbers Global Mercy, the world’s largest civilian hospital ship.

9 Quotable By Greg Trauthwein 10 Training Tips for Ships 12 Back to the Drawing Board

Classification 14 COVID & Maritime Safety

Chris Wiernicki, CEO, ABS; Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO, DNV; 16 The Path to Zero and Hiroaki Sakashita, CEO, ClassNK; weigh in on the hottest 22 Mitigating Radiated Noise trends driving ship design & classification.

By Greg Trauthwein

Interviews 26 29 32 34 Kevin Humphreys, LR

ABS: Multi-physics DNV: Taking on the ClassNK: Investing 36 Morgan Fanberg, Glosten simulation & de- digital and decarbon- in decarbonization 38 Sylvain Julien, BMT carbonization walk ization challenges. research and devel- hand-in-hand. opment.

52 Tech File: Wet Docks as biofoul - ing transfer station ‘hot spots’ 40 Let there be Light 52 Opinion: Chile’s Constitutional New technologies, new possibilities to light ships, inside and out.

Future & Shipping By Edward Lundquist 54 Products 60 Buyer’s Directory 44 Shipping & Ports: Challenges Abound 61 Classifieds Pandemic-induced supply chain logjams are here to stay.

64 Advertising Index By Barry Parker 2 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • September 2021

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