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www.sea-technology.com April 2017 / st 45 Hydro Group Ranked in Lloyd's Small And Medium-Sized Export Track 100 Hydro Group plc. has been ranked number 66 on The Sunday Times Lloyds small and medium-sized (SME) Ex- port Track 100, in recognition of the Group's significant rise in international sales over the last two years. The third Sunday Times SME Export Track 100, which was published in February, is an annual league table, which ranks Britain's top 100 SMEs with the fastest-grow- ing international sales. PC Maritime Gets DNV GL ECDIS Certification DNV GL has issued an official certificate for PC Mari- time's Navmaster ECDIS after the company passed all the tests. Navmaster ECDIS is up to date against all current standards including the new IEC 61174 Edt. 4 and the IHO Presentation Library Edt 4.0. This means PC Maritime's ECDIS will meet carriage requirements from August 31, 2017, when the IHO with- draws support for version 3.4 of its Presentation Library. Evoqua Water Technologies Expands Global Partnership Network Evoqua Water Technologies' SeaCure ballast water management system (BWMS) has helped the company ex- pand its global partnership network by joining forces with Hai Cheung, which will initially support Chinese shipyards with the supply and service of Evoqua's SeaCURE BWMS. In a second phase of the agreement, the Hong Kong-based engineering company will produce the SeaCURE system under license to facilitate demand from Chinese yards. CTG Appoints DONGMOON ENT Co. To Represent Water Quality Compliance DONGMOON ENT Co. has been appointed overseas representative for CTG's range of maritime products. They will promote CTG's water quality monitors for ballast wa- ter treatment and exhaust gas cleaning systems in Korea, China, Singapore, Taiwan and Japan. Mayor of Fremantle Opens Australia Ship Simulation Center City of Fremantle, Australia, Mayor Dr. Brad Pettitt per- formed the official opening for a new specialist Ship Simu- lation Centre, based in Atwell Arcade, Fremantle. The Australia Ship Simulation Centre, owned and oper- ated by HR Wallingford, has moved into new premises from where it will provide navigation consultancy and a dedicated pilot training center for Western Australia and the wider region. Global Maritime Completes Suitability Survey For World's Second Largest Semisubmersible Global Maritime Consultancy & Engineering has com- pleted a suitability survey for the world's second largest semisubmersible, the Xin Guang Hua, in advance of its international NEW class of ROV Propulsion COPENHAGEN SUBSEA A/S sales@copenhagensubsea.com • www.copenhagensubsea.com Powerful and silent subsea thrusters from Copenhagen Subsea A/S have been developed with reliability as the highest design priority. The ROV thrusters are responsive, powerful and easy to integrate – and will provide vehicles with a unique combination of silent power and high maneuverability.

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