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  1. CIB signs MoU with Port of Montreal for Contrecoeur Port expansion

    The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Montreal Port Authority (MPA) to advance…
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    16 Aug
  2. Cargotec’s Kalmar to provide services at OPCSA’s Las Palmas terminal

    Cargotec subsidiary Kalmar has agreed to provide prevention and corrective maintenance services at Operaciones Portuarias Canarias SA’s (OPCSA) Las Palmas…
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    14 Aug
  3. SCI to use low sulphur fuel oil to comply with IMO rule

    The Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) has changed plans for the retro-fitting scrubbers on its ships in order to comply…
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    13 Aug
  4. Ports of Auckland purchases fully electric ship-handling tug

    New Zealand’s Ports of Auckland has signed a contract with Dutch company Damen Shipyards to purchase a fully electric ship-handling…
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    6 Aug
  5. Port of Los Angeles invites bids to develop cyber resilience centre

    The City of Los Angeles Harbor Department has invited companies to submit bids for the development of a cyber resilience…
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    26 Jul
  6. Great Lakes Towing unveils 64ft-long Tug Michigan vessel

    Great Lakes Towing (GLT) has unveiled its Tug Michigan vessel, the third of five tugboats constructed as part of the…
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    25 Jul
  7. Prime Marine Management selects SQLearn’s e-learning system

    Prime Marine Management has selected Greece-based software company SQLearn’s e-learning system to develop its on-board and onshore training needs. The…
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    24 Jul
  8. BHP releases tender for LNG-fuelled ships to cut carbon emissions

    BHP has floated a bulk carrier tender for LNG-fuelled vessels to transport its iron ore, cutting greenhouse gas emissions across…
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    16 Jul
  9. Japan Marine United to build energy-saving bulk carrier for NYK

    Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) is to build a next-generation energy-saving bulk carrier for Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK). The scrubber-fitted…
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    11 Jul
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