A team comprising ourselves at Point and Sandwick Trust, six leading private sector companies and a public sector maritime asset company have been awarded funding by the Scottish Government.
Archives for February 2018
Safety solutions provider Survitec will be demonstrating its evacuation Super Slide at Seatrade Cruise Global in Fort Lauderdale in March, a US first for the company.
Watch a hyperlapse tour of the world’s largest ship, Symphony of the Seas under construction at STX Shipyard in France. The ship is scheduled to be delivered in March 2018.
Pacific International Lines (Pte) Ltd (“PIL”), PSA International (“PSA”) and IBM Singapore (“IBM”) signed an MOU in August 2017 to collaborate on blockchain-based supply chain business network innovations.
HMM announced today that its handling volume of US Premium Service reached over 10,000 TEU as of the end of January.
Having experienced falling freight rates from August to year-end in 2017, most liner companies were successful in pushing rates higher in early January 2018.
The International Bargaining Forum, shipping’s largest industrial relations collective, concludes final round of negotiations for the 2019-2022 IBF Framework Agreement.
The British Ports Association welcomed the first meeting of its new Women in Maritime Taskforce which was facilitated by the umbrella group Maritime UK.
NYK has been investigated by the European Commission since September 2012 for a suspicion of violating the EU competition law in connection with ocean shipping services for cars and trucks.