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The Port of Rotterdam has benefitted from the investments in infrastructure it put in place ahead of the recovery in Asia-Europe volumes while also gaining from the re-alignment of the…
Cosco Shipping Ports (CSP) continues to perform well in September, with overall volumes rising 18% to 7.7m teu from 6.5m teu previously, driven by huge gains in its overseas investments…
We are told, mainly by people with an axe to grind on climate change, that the world’s weather is getting more violent. And on cue, violent weather events seem to…
Dry bulk ship operators are calling for the wider vetting of the shipping industry with the focus on stakeholders, including charterers, port terminal operators and port state control.
Wartsila has completed the installation of a hybrid energy system onto Viking Princess, the world’s first offshore vessel to be equipped with battery technology to replace and reduce the use…
DNV GL has introduced a new ‘Virtual Trial’ application for yards and owners, allowing them to see the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation of hull efficiency at their desktops.
Under the weight of coping with a tsunami of regulations, more dry cargo ship owners are turning to Intercargo in record numbers for support.
Executives from Chinese group China Cosco Shipping have been briefed by the Greek government as it pledges to sort out the future of the country’s floundering shipbuilding and shiprepair industry.
Finland is looking to a future of electronic and autonomous pilots as Finnpilot Pilotage joins the One Sea autonomous maritime ecosystem.
While the top 10 lines at the moment look relatively stable, smaller regional lines that focus on just the Pacific trades for example, would be the next likely candidates for…
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