Maritime News

Marorka has developed an energy management solution especially tailored for LNG carriers. A number of these systems have now been delivered from our factory. Last year ADNATCO, the shipping arm of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, chose Marorkaʼs Energy Management Solutions to monitor and optimize vessel...

The Posidonia 2014 exhibition is over, and we are thrilled to have taken part in this prestigious event. The exhibition continues to grow in size and visitor footfall, and the number of exhibitors increases on each occasion. This is the third time that Marorka has had...

Marorka is participating in this year’s Posidonia 2014 Exhibition in Athens, Greece. This is the third time Marorka takes part in this prestigious event. Posidonia 2014 takes place from 2–6 June. Visitors will be able to view our on-board and onshore systems on our stand no....

Marorka, has appointed Ole Skatka Jensen as its new CEO. Ole will put his experience into action by spearheading Marorka’s strategic global growth. Ole takes over from Bjarki Andrew Brynjarsson, who has been Marorka’s interim CEO. Bjarki will become the group’s COO. Ole has joined...

Preparing for the Innovation Workshop and conference 23rd and 24th May at the University of Reykjavík, Iceland. [gallery link="file" ids="738,737,736,735,734,733"]...

University of Reykjavík /Háskóla Reykjavíkur 23-24 May 2014 Marorka will be taking part in an Innovation Workshop held in conjunction with the 20th anniversary of the Federation of Icelandic Industries (Samtök Iðnaðarins) and 10th anniversary of the Technology Development Fund (Tækniþróunarsjóður). The Innovation Workshop is focused around growing...

Marorka has numerous research and development partners, in wide-ranging sectors. One of our research partners is ARK Technology. ARK Technology is a research company using advanced technology to study the environmental impact of shipping- and fishing- vessels in the Nordic region. As part of the research,...

Marorka invited a group of schoolgirls to visit the company’s headquarters as a part of Girls in ICT Day. A total of 80 14-year-old girls from five schools will attend the University of Reykjavík and four technology companies on Wednesday, 30 April 2014. The project is...