Products and Services for Maritime Industries

Products and Services for Maritime Industries

Based on our wide-ranging experience, and always putting the customer's needs first, we offer forward-looking solutions to problems in the maritime industries.

Updates / Press Releases

March 31, 2023
Updated case studies are available.Wind Challenger Project
March 1, 2016
Products and Services for Maritime Industries

For Maritime Industries, Solutions That Are Optimal for the Customer

Maritime industries face increasingly complex challenges in a changing environment that includes stricter measures for safe ship operations, and increased need for energy efficiency and environmental conservation.

Azbil, applying advanced technology centered on its core strengths of measurement and control, provides needed solutions for the maritime market. Always moving forward, we will continue to work alongside our customers to create value while providing a range of services from consulting to post-delivery maintenance.

  • From the customer's perspective
    In response to the changing business environment of our customers, we offer a range of solutions to resolve issues from our customer's perspective.
  • Total support:
    Leveraging our ability to offer integrated service that spans the range from consulting to engineering and maintenance, we are able to propose forward-looking solutions that enhance our customers' competitive strength.
  • Wealth of experience:
    We can provide optimal solutions due to our wealth of experience in the maritime market, including support for LNG and other sophisticated vessels, and our extensive experience in other industry sectors.

─ A pioneer in LNG carrier monitoring and control systems ─
LNG vessels are built for the sole purpose of transporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) chilled to minus 162° Celsius. This extremely low temperature is the boiling point of LNG, so these vessels require the most advanced technologies to ensure safe delivery. Azbil has supplied its monitoring and control systems, field instruments, control valves, and other equipment to more than 100 LNG vessels.
We look forward to using superior technology, accumulated experience, and outstanding products and services to continue supporting maritime industries in the future.

Job References for LNG carriers Monitoring & Control systems

Solutions for Maritime Industries

  • Operation Management

    We raise the value of manufacturing operations and contribute to society using measurement, control, and information technology to optimize the relationships between the five assets (raw materials, energy, equipment, products, and workers) that are basic to all manufacturing sites.

  • Energy Management

    As the factory's partner in energy conservation, we help you to establish a virtuous circle of continuous energy-saving improvements, in addition to offering specific and effective solutions.

  • Facility Asset Management

    We raise the value of manufacturing operations and contribute to society by optimizing the efficiency of staff involved in operating and maintaining manufacturing and instrumentation equipment, as well as optimizing the performance of the equipment itself.

Products for Maritime Industries

Case Studies

Listed below are customers from the Iion and steel industry.
Case studies of products and services provided by Azbil Corporation and other azbil Group companies are presented. They have also been published in the azbil Group's corporate magazine, azbil.

Customer and Case Study Overview Products and Services
Wind Challenger Project

Wind Challenger Project

The Wind Challenger Project of Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) is an effort to reduce the consumption of fossil fuels, improve the fuel efficiency of merchant ships, and reduce environmental impact by using wind energy for ship propulsion. At the bow of the ship a sort of “sail” is installed that can be extended and rotated according to the direction and strength of the wind. The company’s innovative project, which is expected to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions, was widely covered in newspapers, magazines, TV news, etc., and attracted considerable attention not only from the shipping industry but also from the general public.