The Port of Antwerp is gearing up to be more environmentally friendly with a project to provide onshore power facilities for seagoing vessels.
BIMCO has come out with a statement against US-led protectionism and warned about the threat of a damaging trade war as imports tariffs on steel and aluminium announced earlier this…
Lloyd’s Register Foundation and Blockchain Labs for Open Collaboration (BLOC) announced a funding partnership to set up Maritime Blockchain Labs (MBL), which will explore the use of blockchain for the…
The Asia-Europe trades are looking set for overcapacity and a resultant increase in blank sailings during the post-Lunar New Year period.
The progress of digitalisation in shipping has taken another step forward with new partners joining the Open Simulation Platform (OSP) initiative.
So what are the game changers for the maritime industry as shipping faces up to digitalisation and the 0.5% sulphur cap.
APL has launched a new weekly service that directly connects India, the Middle East and five major North European ports.
ABB has won an order from Samsung Heavy Industries to equip two new shuttle tankers, to be built for AET and contracted to leading offshore operator Statoil, with a comprehensive…
AP Moller – Maersk's head of finance, strategy and transformation is leaving the group as the shipowner plans to split the roles to accelerate business transformation.
Songa Offshore has won its longstanding dispute with South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) over alleged cost overruns for two rigs.
Page 1 of 588