Cleaning a ship’s hull represents both a logistical challenge and high monetary cost, yet a failure to carry this out has consequences on the smooth passage of the ship as well as the risk of overlooking maintenance issues.
Shipping needs to develop a continual learning environment to equip the seafarer of the future for the rate of change that is coming to the industry.
Although total emissions from shipping are about 7% lower than in 2008, there is a limit to what can be achieved so long as ships remain dependent on fossil fuels and global demand for maritime services continues to grow.
Port of Rotterdam Authority is a member of the new Future Fuels Network that has been announced 6 October on the maritime conference in Singapore.
In the TrAM project 14 project partners work together to develop a zero-emission fast going passenger vessel through advanced modular production
Over the last 150 years marine engineering has become dramatically more efficient and effective. Take a look at the 8 biggest changes you can expect for 2038.
Remi Eriksen, Group President, and CEO DNV GL discussed some of the upcoming developments in the maritime world in his speech at the Danish Maritime Technology Conference. Read his lightly edited version of these remarks:
Online technology platforms where shipping lines and their customers can negotiate forward contracts could help improve vessel utilisation levels and reduce freight rate volatility, according to Drewry and CyberLogitec.
Guests at SMM, the leading international maritime trade fair held in Hamburg, were the first to be alerted to Wärtsilä’s public announcement of ‘An Oceanic Awakening’
ABS Executive Vice President Dr. Kirsi Tikka discusses interim benefits on the shipping industry’s journey to autonomous.