Mexican Government Enforcement Officers start joint operations onboard Sea Shepherd vessels, bolstering chances for survival of endangered vaquita porpoise and addressing security concerns in the region.
Archives for March 2018
The first Wärtsilä SparkUp Challenge, an initiative by the technology group Wärtsilä to find innovative start-ups to develop ideas for the smart shipping value chain, has been won by KNL Networks and Portcall.com.
Next step in an effort to find out if freight hauling can be diesel exhaust-free. A battery-powered truck has entered the Port of Oakland fleet for the first time, testing the feasibility of zero-emission freight hauling.
A slowdown in fleet growth should begin the recovery cycle from the second half of 2018, although freight rates will not reach the levels seen during the bull run of 2014-15, according to Drewry.
Asuka II, a cruise ship owned and operated by NYK Cruises Co. Ltd., has been recognized as the 2017 Cruise Ship of the Year, marking the 26th straight year that Asuka II or its predecessor Asuka has been selected for this honor.
The CMA CGM Group, is pleased to announce it is reinforcing its offer, starting 4 April 2018, between Asia, Mexico and the west coast of South America in a partnership with COSCO and Evergreen.
President of Costa Rica welcomes a fleet of environmentally friendly electric cranes for the new Moin Container Terminal, set to open in 2019.
The 150,200 CBM LNG carrier has been built for MISC by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), and benefits from an Integrated Hull Structure (IHS) with four spherical tanks shielded by a continuous cover.
The new 1,600 tonnes crane was successfully installed onboard, making the vessel ready to handle the latest generation of foundations and turbines for offshore wind projects.