NYK has concluded a contract with Keihin Dock Co., Ltd., to modify a tugboat to ammonia-fuel specifications. Sakigake, a tugboat currently fueled by liquefied natural gas (LNG) and operated in Tokyo Bay by NYK Group company.
MSC India achieved another milestone in project cargo shipping solutions, with the loading of a 140-ton transformer on MSC Regina from the port of Mundra, India. This is the heaviest ever breakbulk parcel moved by container ship from India, surpassing MSC’s previous record.
ScottishPower, with Hutchison Ports, is exploring the opportunity to develop, build and operate a multi-hundred MW green hydrogen production facility at the Port of Felixstowe – with the potential to decarbonise industry and transportation in the region.
The Ocean Race is aiming to cut greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) by up to 75% for the 2022-23 Race, compared with the previous edition, and working with sailing teams, host cities, partners and suppliers in a shared ambition to slash their GHGs and hold a climate positive event.
Hapag-Lloyd To Be The First Shipping Company To Install Devices For Real-Time Tracking Of Standard Containers
Back in April, Hapag-Lloyd announced that they would be the first shipping company in the world to outfit all of its standard containers with technology for real-time data transmission.
TOKYO-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced that the company has once again been named to the FTSE4Good Index Series, the world’s major Environmental, Social and Governance/Responsible Investment index for 20 consecutive years since 2003.
The quickest electrical ship of the world is prepared to set sail in Stockholm subsequent a year, slicing commuting occasions between some of the archipelagos in half. The Candela P-12 is a “flying ferry” that has the capacity to host 30 passengers.
A massive pirate ship-esque vessel was observed to be smoothly sliding through the Tower Bridge on Monday morning (8 August). The vessel was the Götheborg, sailing through London en route to Asia. The Götheborg of Sweden is the largest ship in the world to sail on the oceans.
General Dynamics NASSCO, a subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), announced today that it received $1.4 billion in U.S. Navy contract modifications for construction of a sixth Expeditionary Sea Base ship (ESB 8) and two additional John Lewis-class fleet oilers.