All articles by Noah Bovenizer

Noah Bovenizer

Noah is a reporter across our transport sites. You can get in touch with him by emailing

Unifeeder orders two more methanol-capable vessels

The DP World owned logistics company will now take delivery of four of the vessels on long-term charters in 2026.

Chemship installs first wind propulsion tech on chemical tanker

The company said the technology will help reduce emissions on one of its ships by 10%.

Sumitomo Heavy Industries to leave commercial shipbuilding industry

The company said that intense competition from overseas companies had led to the shock decision.

Norsepower to provide rotor sails for LDA and Airbus’s new fleet

The Finnish cleantech company will supply six rotors for each of the three vessels in the fleet to complement their dual-fuel maritime diesel oil and e-methanol engines.

Cracking ammonia: how Amogy is developing fuel for the future

Anastasija Kuprijanova, Amogy’s director of maritime business development, discusses the use of ammonia as an alternative maritime fuel.

Seabound demonstrates carbon capture technology at sea for first time

The UK start-up worked with Lomar’s corporate venture lab lomarlabs on the project, which took place in 2023.

Oldendorff to use Norsepower’s rotor sails on vessel

The bulk carrier operator will utilise the technology on one of its vessels for the first time.

HD Hyundai joins maritime nuclear propulsion development project

The shipbuilder will work with TerraPower on the project after investing $30m into the company in 2022.

AD Ports gains full control of Karachi Port’s East Wharf

The UAE-based company has been investing into international ports to expand its presence across key trade routes in the Middle East and Asia region.

IMO’s new chief highlights seafarer safety amid strategic priorities

The new Secretary General said the safety of seafarers must be a priority in the navigation of ongoing conflict in regions such as the Red Sea.