Bob Chapek, the Chief Executive, introduced Walt Disney Co’s first-ever new 4,000-passenger cruise vessel introduced in about a decade on Wednesday. The introduction of Disney Wish is indeed Chapek’s bright spot.
Singapore is forging ahead with a $14 billion assignment to build the biggest automated port in the world by 2040. The city-state kick-started the operations at two new berths in 2021 and the construction work is also continuing in the next phase.
Oslo-based Xeneta has released the figures, drawn from its Xeneta Shipping Index (XSI®) Public Indices for the contract market, which crowd-sources and aggregates real-time data from the world’s leading shippers to deliver market insights.
Building on its longstanding initiatives for reducing vessel pollution, the Port of Long Beach has extended its Green Ship Incentive Program another two years and made its Vessel Speed Reduction Program permanent.
Berge Bulk, leading the dry bulk market in decarbonisation, will equip its Newcastlemax bulker Berge Olympus with BAR Tech WindWings by Yara Marine Technologies.
A new academic paper from Human Rights at Sea Advisory Board Member Professor Irini Papanicolopulu explores the origins and evolution of the duty to save life at sea, which she describes as a cornerstone of international law.
As announced by the United Nations Global Compact at the UN Ocean Conference held this week in Lisbon, Portugal, MSC is pleased to join over 150 stakeholders in signing on to the UN Global Compact Sustainable Ocean Principles.
NYK joined 150 major companies* having a combined market capitalization of 1 trillion euros in taking action for a healthier ocean by signaling a commitment to a healthy ocean by becoming a signatory to the UN Global Compact** Sustainable Ocean Principles. NYK is the first Japanese company to become a signatory.
INPEX CORPORATION, IHI Corporation and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced they have executed the demonstration of a clean ammonia supply chain linking the United Arab Emirates and Japan.
TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced that MOL and Ocean Network Express Ltd. have cooperated with Sogo & Seibu Co., Ltd. and the Japanese Organization for International Cooperation in Family Planning in a project to distribute shoes to needy children in Zambia to transport the shoes. MOL and ONE Japan have provided ocean transport service for the shoes.