Negotiations were held again, between ship owners and seafarers’ unions from all over the world, on the minimum wage being given to the seafarers.
Port of Antwerp-Bruges and CMB.TECH will soon welcome the Hydrotug, the first hydrogen-powered tugboat. The Hydrotug consists of two BeHydro V12 dual fuel medium speed engines that can run on hydrogen and traditional fuel.
Côte d’Ivoire Terminal has taken delivery of six electric fleet gantry cranes and 14 electric terminal tractors. Following the delivery of six electric gantry cranes starting this summer, the terminal is on track to be operational in November this year.
MOL announced that the company held a joint public-private sector anti-piracy training session with the LNG carrier ‘LNG MARS’ while the vessel was under way southern area of Ise Bay on May 13.
The UN ILO once again convened the latest bipartite round of negotiations between shipowners and seafarers’ unions from across the world, coordinated by the ICS and the ITF, respectively.
Caribbean Member States and industry have set the course for the future to protect the Caribbean marine environment during the latest meeting of the Regional Marine Pollution Emergency, Information and Training Centre – Caribe (RAC/REMPEITC-Caribe).
As shipowners rush to comply with Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) requirements, misguided decisions on “low friction” hull coatings can have far reaching consequences.
The Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) has published a new study analysing ship-to-ship transfers under varying environmental conditions.
To promote the spread and development of innovative technologies, the society launched Innovation Endorsement as a swift certification service in cooperation with technological front runners to establish appropriate evaluation criteria.