Onshore Power Supply (OPS) is part of the solution to greening the shipping sector. It is an important tool for reducing CO2 emissions and air pollution at berth and in ports.
The LOOP-Ports circular economy project, coordinated by Fundación Valenciaport and co-financed by EIT Climate-KIC, held its final conference yesterday in which the partners presented the main results of this initiative to an audience of more than 75 people.
Wärtsilä has been contracted by the City of Duisburg, Germany, to provide the latest in simulator technology for inland waterway navigation.
ETF and ECSA, are looking for (an) external expert(s) who will develop proposals for new methodologies to better and more coherently collect data about maritime professionals on a European level.
PitPoint.LNG received the official permit for the construction of Europe’s first shore-to-ship bunkering station for liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the Port of Cologne.
The recently published proposal for a new Directive on Port Reception Facilities is welcomed by ECSA, as it addresses major issues with the current system in place.
For the first time in Europe, Public Prosecutors are bringing criminal charges against a shipowner – Seatrade – for having sold vessels to scrap yards in countries.
In 2017, Helsinki grew to become the busiest passenger port in Europe and possibly the entire world with 12.3 million passengers.
APL announced the launch of the North Atlantic Service (NAS), expanding its offerings in the Trans-Atlantic trade.