ICS has launched a new publication to endorse the recent adoption by the UN IMO of its ambitious strategy for phasing-out CO2 emissions from the international shipping sector – a historic agreement which the global industry, as represented by ICS, fully supports.
Archives for July 2018
ReCAAP ISC and WMU signed an MOU to strengthen the cooperation between the two organisations in the shared interest in increasing the knowledge of the evolving situation of piracy and sea robbery in Asia.
Lack of crew knowledge is not a valid reason for non-compliance in ballast water treatment. This is clear from statements made by the USCG and is also suggested by the IMO BWM Convention guidelines.
The two most up-to-date, automatic container terminals in the world, the largest sea-going vessels on earth, giant foundation piles for wind turbines at sea: Maasvlakte 2’s short existence seems characterised by superlatives.
APSEZ announced that it has executed Share Purchase Agreement between Larsen and Toubro Limited, Marine Infrastructure Developer Private Limited, L&T Shipbuilding Limited and Adani Kattupalli Port Private Limited to acquire 97% shares of MIDPL.
Corvus Energy is very pleased to announce that the company has been named Supplier of the Year at the prestigious Electric & Marine Awards 2018 in recognition of the company’s contribution to the adoption of electric and hybrid technology in the marine industry.
SHI revealed on April 4th that a contract for two 174,000㎥ LNG carriers on BOD approval term. The price is 184 million USD per vessel. The latest LNGCs would be delivered in July and October 2020. The contract comes with an option for two.
NAPA teamed up with Danelec Marine, leading classification society ClassNK, and Inmarsat, mobile satellite communications, to debate the Internet of Things’ potential to reshape the maritime industry.
History was made at the Ballard Locks as the Star Legend became the largest cruise ship to ever pass through the locks.