NEVA 2015 – A Showcase For Exhibitor Innovations

September 13, 2015

Exhibitors are presenting the latest in advanced technology and innovation right across the spectrum of the maritime industry at NEVA 2015.

Total Lubmarine will be showcasing the latest additions to its innovative range, including environmentally acceptable lubricants (EALs).

Currently the need for environmentally acceptable lubricants (EALs) is top of the industry’s agenda, focused on by regulators. Total Lubmarine’s EALs are developed through extensive, in-house R&D that incorporates rigorous testing at all stages of development – ensuring real control of the product cycle and performance. With many of the show attendees operating vessels in cold regions including the Baltic Sea and sub-Arctic, Total Lubmarine sales, technical and logistics specialists from its Moscow office will be available to discuss the complexities of choosing marine lubes that can work in tough conditions.

German shipyard, Elsflether Werft AG, will be exhibiting its capabilities in the repair of sailing and other types of vessels through the use of innovative technologies. The ship yard is an experienced specialist in modern repair technologies, including the employment of water cutting technology directly on board of ships, where there is no possibility to use classical gas cutting methods. Water pressure reaches 3500 bar and can handle material thickness up to 10 cm.

Heinen & Hopman, a renowned global supplier of maritime HVAC systems, will display its innovative HVAC solutions at NEVA 2015. The company’s innovativeness is reflected in the introduction of many new products to the marine and offshore market, including the Turbocor Compressor, Propane chiller, MGO Cooler and, more recently, the Containerized Fan Room. The blossoming Russian shipbuilding industry has provided an excellent occasion for Heinen & Hopman to introduce its innovative Dutch HVAC technology to this market and H&H now has many reliable partners in Russia, including “Rosmorport”, “LUKOIL”, “Vyborg Shipyard”, “Pella Shipyard”, “Krasnoye Sormovo Shipyard” and others. H&H has been supplying HVAC systems to a diverse range of vessels, such as an ice-proof stationary sea platform, icebreakers, commercial vessels of different types and the legendary “Epron” rescue vessel.

Maprom Engineering BV has been working in the Russian market for 30 years already, supplying high quality stern tube water lubrication and cooling systems. Participating at NEVA has become a regular and important event in the calendar – presenting an excellent possibility to enhance partnership relations with existing Russian clients and develop new business opportunities.

Marine Systems & Solutions will return to NEVA in 2015 with its innovative tool – HeatPlan – the first cargo heating management system. Originally launched at NEVA 2013, HeatPlan has had great success in only two years and was recently selected by Stena Bulk, as a fleet solution for all tankers used for heated cargo and managed by Northern Maritime Management. HeatPlan is developed based on a dynamic heat transfer model of each individual ship and positively impacts efficiency and cost reduction by helping to effectively manage fuel consumption. Marine Systems & Solutions is currently working on further developments and will soon launch the next generation HeatPlan.

The continued success of the NEVA Exhibition is based on the effective presentation of the most modern technologies and equipment available to meet the large-scale demands of the Russian commercial maritime industries and administrations. To see the full listing of all companies exhibiting at NEVA 2015, please visit the NEVA 2015 Exhibitor Directory.