Iran expects the United Nations nuclear watchdog to confirm on Friday it has curtailed its nuclear program, paving the way for the unfreezing of billions of dollars of assets and an end to bans that have crippled its oil exports.
India’s Minister for Shipping and Road Transport &Highways Shri Nitin Gadkari inaugurated the second chemical berth of Mumbai Port at Pir Pau yesterday. This berth is situated about 3.2 Km away from the shore in deep waters close to the main harbour channel.
New chassis exchange area at Pier 400 facility, along with improved protected driver operations areas and traffic patterns impacts up to 3,000 truckers daily.
The European Commission said on Friday it had opened an in-depth investigation into alleged state aid to two container terminal operators in Europe’s second busiest port, Antwerp in Belgium.
Jaanus Rahumägi, President & CEO, ESC Global Security has been elected as one of the new members of the Security Association for the Maritime Industry (SAMI) Industry Steering Group.
The world’s biggest and most modern krill fishing factory vessel is to be designed by Wärtsilä. The vessel will operate in the pristine waters of the Antarctic, a World Heritage site, and the Wärtsilä design provides an appropriately sustainable environmental solution.
Wärtsilä, a global leader in complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets, has signed a long-term maintenance agreement with Prosafe, the world’s leading owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation vessels also known as flotels.
Leading classification society ClassNK has released its Guidelines for Use of Structural Adhesives for the shipbuilding industry.
DNV GL has published new rules for voluntary class notations governing the design and follow-up monitoring of water-lubricated stern tubes which waives the requirement to withdraw and inspect the tail shaft and bearing every five years