Representatives of the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) Sunday boarded the MV Ever Given (IMO: 9811000) to check on the health and welfare of the crew.
Archives for April 2021
As India reels under the effect of COVID-19 second wave, oxygen supply has become a primary issue. And the ship recycling industry is at the receiving end of it.
As the stranded Indian crew of the Suez Canal grounded ship Ever Given lives under the fear of being stuck forever, photographs of them meeting visitors surface.
Highview Power to deploy MAN LAES turbomachinery solution in its CRYOBattery long-duration application
Europe’s first maritime value chain project for liquid hydrogen, Aurora, has been short-listed by ENOVA as one of the Norwegian candidate projects for Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI).
The developers of the barnacle-repelling active antifouling agent ingredient for ships, Selektope® have revealed the true extent of biofouling in ship niche areas and its impact on ship operations in new research.
Launched in collaboration with GatewayRail, this new weekly double-stacked train service provides scheduled landside movement of automotive parts and components in addition to ocean transportation already offered to Maersk´s Indian customers
Industry coalition stresses that LNG fuels reduce up to 23% of GHG emissions, and that bio- and synthetic-LNG offer low risk, incremental pathways to net zero.
Yanmar Marine Systems, a Yanmar Group company, begins accepting orders within Japan for a new automated fish counting system from April 2021.