NYK has placed an order for 4,700 additional brand-new 40-foot refrigerated (reefer) containers, and the delivery of the new containers commenced in November.
Archives for November 2016
Container shipping lines are in danger of putting future port investment at risk in their demands for terminal handling cost reductions, according to Drewry.
The Ministry of Shipping has sanctioned Rs. 30 Crore for capacity building and providing safety training of 20,000 workers engaged in ship recycling activities.
Hydrex Underwater Technology has registered an increase in the number of vessels experiencing propeller damage.
ABS joins SEA\LNG, bringing decades of LNG experience and broadening the coalition’s efforts.
Jules Kortenhorst, CEO, Carbon War Room and Rocky Mountain Institute “BetterFleet’s free, transparent data will help shippers save money through more efficient operations.”
The handover ceremony of “Seabourn Encore”, the first of two ultra-luxury cruise ships ordered to Fincantieri by the ship owner Seabourn Cruise Line, took place today at the Marghera shipyard.
The eyeWitness to Atrocities app has won the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) Prize for Innovation in Global Security.
A stunning interactive map shows a year in the life of global shipping. Its co-creators Duncan Clark and Robin Houston discuss how their data visualisations can be interpreted.
The Scylax is designed to make developments available in the mid to deep–water market at reduced building and operating costs by providing fit-for-purpose capabilities.