CMA CGM would dedicate six LNG powered containerships to the U.S. market as part of the Group’s ongoing efforts to improve air quality and drive forward the energy transition of the shipping industry.
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The IMO-administered Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (REMPEC) is assisting the competent authorities of Israel with technical expertise regarding the beaching of a large number of tar balls on the Israeli shoreline. The cause of the pollution is yet to be identified. As of 23 February 2021, 1,000m3 of tar […]
110,000 trees will be planted throughout 12 countries as part of local reforestation programs designed to regenerate nature and support the development of local communities. 110,000 trees for each of the Group’s 110,000 staff members.
The time before the load line survey is a tough one for all onboard ship. Checkout these fifteen important points that seafarers shouldn’t miss while preparing for the load line survey.
Bio-LNG provides competitive advantage, providing favourable finance longer through greater emissions reductions
Analysis of the Department for Transport’s 2020 sea passenger data by the British Ports Association (BPA) has shown that last year ports saw the lowest number of short-sea international passengers since 1962.
Another of BC Ferries’ Island Class ferries has launched, entering the water last Thursday at Damen Shipyards Galati in Romania.
Motion Ventures will fast-track critical validation points for product-market fit & scale paths for startups via a corporate consortium of investors & backing from the Singapore Government’s SEEDS Capital.
The livestock ships are unable to dock at any port as no port is allowing them entry fearing disease outbreak.