The NGO Shipbreaking Platform asks the EC to develop a legislative proposal to implement the polluter pays principle for ship owners with a European Ship Recycling Licence.
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Leading shipping news service names Hapag-Lloyd “Containership Operator of the Year”.
About 90% of global trade is moved by cargo ships which are collectively responsible for about 2.2% of the world’s total GHG emissions.
Evergreen Line is to partner with COSCO in operating a joint Adriatic – Israel (AIS) Service.
Volkswagen Group has decided to significantly improve the environmental balance of its marine transport fleet by using two vessels powered by LNG.
The new coal carrier is the third ship to take the Noshiro Maru name since the first Noshiro Maru began transporting coal for Tohoku Electric Power Co. Inc. 23 years ago.
AMSA Search and Rescue detected emergency beacons registered to the 37 metre superyacht Masteka 2.
Potentially extremely dangerous realistic rogue waves – also called as freak waves – can now be controlled and generated at will in laboratory environments, in similar conditions as they appear in the ocean.
The Central Government has given in principle approval to a grant of Rs. 515 crores to make the development of the proposed Sagar Port project in West Bengal financially viable.