Five lines are joining the Digital Container Shipping Association giving the group that aims pave the way for digitalisation and standardisation of box shipping some 70% of the market as members.

Software and cyber will become a third platform for safety adding to the current physical dimensions ABS chief Christopher J. Wiernicki told the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston.

Innovative solution from ABB saves the environment and increases reliability.

ABB’s Measurement & Analytics business prides itself on developing instrumentation and analyzers that make solving tough measurement applications easy for customers. In this article, we discover how ABB helps the shipping and power companies save fuel and improve the reliability of large diesel engines.

Investigation findings into a dramatic accident involving an MSC containership in Jebel Ali last year topped reader interest last week, while the scrubber debate raged on with some of the largest orders yet seen were made, and Wärtsilä continued on its digital voyage with Singapore partnerships.

When it comes to talking about Wärtsilä’s digitalisation strategy Chief Digital Officer Marco Ryan stresses, stewardship and collaboration with customers and stakeholders, to find workable solutions, with a real business case, that will help shipping be more efficient and sustainable.

Keeping up with the latest technological advances, the Port of Barcelona has unveiled PierNext, a digital knowledge hub set up to provide information on the innovative initiatives that are transforming the world of logistics, transport and ports internationally.

The need for speed and efficient handling is critical in the reefer trade and digitisation is set to play an increasingly important role.

Lloyd’s Register (LR) announced at SMM this week that it has developed the first ever data-driven compliance framework for the marine and offshore industry, ‘Digital Compliance’.

We hear a lot about the difficulties of attracting young people to work in shipping, an industry often perceived as dirty, boring and dangerous.

Norwegian technology and equipment supplier Kongsberg is buying Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine in a deal valued at GBP500m ($661m).

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