Wärtsilä Voyage, part of the technology group Wärtsilä, and ship manager Anglo-Eastern are proud to announce a significant milestone in their joint project to improve safety and environmental sustainability at sea.
MOL announced the establishment of the “MOL Sustainability Plan” as an initiative to realize a sustainable society and improve corporate value.
More than 30 maritime industry leaders from across Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland attended the ABS Northern Europe Committee to hear about the latest ABS advancements in sustainability and classification services.
Leading global marine energy solutions provider KPI OceanConnect launches a ‘Women in Shipping’ initiative ahead of International Women’s Day on March 8 following an internal research program.
Shipping companies regularly choose conversions to secure existing vessels a new life in another segment which increases the competitiveness of the tonnage. Why is this a sustainable choice?
The shipping industry needs to set ambitious targets to help prevent global climate catastrophe, the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) cautions in a new position paper launched.
The global shipping industry is responsible for ~2.9% of global greenhouse gas emissions, which equals almost 1 billion metric tons of CO2 each year. Unchecked, emissions could increase by as much as 130% from 2008 levels by 2050.
IKEA and Amazon.com are among the commercial container shipping users that will choose zero-carbon marine fuels by 2040 in a new initiative that aims to speed up decarbonization targets in the maritime industry.
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) has just signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with China Merchants Industry (CMI), which lays out the two companies’ joint strategies for the future.
In a world-first for the maritime sector, the containership, ‘ElbBLUE’ – owned by German shipowner Elbdeich Reederei and operated by charterer Unifeeder – has bunkered some 20 tons of green SNG (Synthetic Natural Gas) at the Elbe port in Brunsbüttel, Germany.