The floating crane Triton installed a new accommodation unit on the walk to work vessel ‘Blue Queen’ from the Wagenborg Offshore fleet.
Archives for January 2018
On January 25, HMM announced that it started its first ‘Ultra-Freezer’ service from Busan, Korea to Barcelona, Spain, based on its rich experience in the high-tech reefer container service.
Vessels with industry-first “green-cruising” design will enter service in 2020 and 2022 with dual-fuel engines utilizing LNG for power in port and at sea, with cleaner air emissions and improved air quality
The Port of Long Beach roared back from unprecedented challenges to notch its busiest year ever in 2017, moving 7.54 million TEU, an increase of more than 11%.
Reefer trades have something of a reputation for volatility both in terms of volumes and freight rates, yet Drewry’s Global Reefer Freight Rate Index has recorded only increases over the last 12 months.
KONGSBERG has received an order to deliver unique ‘Full Picture’ technology upgrades for a further three PSV owned by MEXMAR, SEACOR Marine’s joint venture in Mexico.
In response to the threats arising from the conflict in Yemen, BIMCO, ICS and INTERTANKO have published interim guidance on maritime security in the southern Red Sea and Bab al-Mandeb.
Rolls-Royce has opened a research facility in Turku, Finland, to develop the technologies Rolls-Royce and its partners require to shape the future of an increasingly more autonomous global shipping industry.
Newly commissioned Littoral Combat Ship USS Little Rock is stuck indefinitely in Montreal and the Navy denies rumors the ship is sidelined with an engineering casualty.