As the British government sets out ambitious targets for cutting emissions from shipping all new vessels ordered from 2025 for operation in UK waters should be designed with zero emission technologies.

Drydocks World has carried out the steel cutting for the first tug in the Mediterranean that will comply with the IMO Tier III being built of P&O Reyser.

Bolloré Logistics has signed a pact with Maersk to reduce its CO2 emissions by 20% by 2025.

Sinopec, China’s largest oil refining company, officially announced the low-sulphur the global marine fuel oil plan and will have the production capacity of 10m and 15m tons by 2020 and 2023 respectively. 

Grimaldi Lines inaugurated service by its freshly lengthened and upgraded, environment-friendly superferry Cruise Roma in the port of Barcelona on 27 May before a group of distinguished guests, hosted by Grimaldi Group's corporate commercial director - short sea shipping, Guido Grimaldi.

Puerto Coronel has begun the operation of high capacity electric forklift cranes, becoming the first port terminal in Chile to incorporate that equipment.

What do school students, a professional dance troupe and the Catholic Church have in common?

 

Becker Marine Systems says the IMO 2020 sulphur cap is driving increased demand for its 10 year old energy saving product the Becker Mewis Duct.

In this Sea Asia report – the final of a three-part series – we look at how global developments are impacting the maritime industry and what the industry needs to do to be able to move comfortably through these changes.

Over 100 shipowners, with a strong Greek representation, have publicly backed mandatory speed limits for shipping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in an open letter to member states of IMO.

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