The high number of people migrating to Europe across the Mediterranean Sea has led to a fallout between EU states, even as people die while making the crossing in overcrowded and unseaworthy boats.
Cargill has published its first corporate responsibility report specifically for its ocean transportation business.
ABB signs contract with Cochin Shipyard Ltd, the largest shipbuilding and maintenance facility in India, to deliver a first-ever integrated power and automation package to an Indian shipowner.
ONE announced that the ONE STORK, first newly built 14,000 TEU-class magenta containership made the inaugural call at Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT) during her maiden voyage.
A major step in the Eco Flettner project has been completed as the rotor has been safely craned onto the forecastle of the vessel Fehn Pollux and secured on its foundation.
The logistics surrounding the Port of Rotterdam are daunting. Eight deep sea terminals; 600 barges with 150 different owners; some 150,000 shippers from across Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany all relying on the port.
DNV GL is showcasing the final reports in a study which demonstrates the commercial and technical feasibility of the offshore wind market In India.
HMM has signed its letter of intent for its mega containership orders with three shipyards – Hyundai Heavy Industries, DSME and Samsung Heavy Industries.
As part of its Customer Centricity strategy, CMA CGM Group, a leading worldwide shipping group, has the pleasure to announce the commercialization of connected containers offers: TRAXENS by CMA CGM.
Our Nb. 443 was successfully launched at the Westerbroek yard of Ferus Smit. Nb. 443, named as ‘Thun Eos’ is the first ship in a series of new oil/chemical tankers that was developed for Erik Thun AB from Lidkoping, Sweden.