The new issue of Ship Technology Global magazine is out now!

Last year, leading figures in the shipping sector made calls for more clarity surrounding environmental regulations. In our cover story, we take a look at the four regulatory cornerstones highlighted by industry leaders.

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Elsewhere in this issue, we learn how new underwater tracking technology could reduce fatal whale collisions. We also explore the latest progress being made towards sustainable shipping in one of the industry’s hotbeds, Denmark.

We also speak to the CEO of ballast water treatment company Bawat about the imminent shift in ballast water systems due to the incoming regulations from the IMO Ballast Water Management Convention. As well as all this, we consider if China has overplayed its hand in Latin America’s Silk Road, and run down the ten biggest container ships in the world.

For all this and the latest maritime industry news, comment, and analysis from GlobalData, read on. And don’t forget to stay up to date with everything at @ShipTechMag.

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In this issue of Ship Technology Global

Will new regulatory cornerstones speed up investment in green fuel and engine design?

Maritime industry leaders have called for faster action in implementing environmental regulations. Keri Allan highlights the four key cornerstones that are being suggested.

Turning the tide on whale ship strikes

Eve Thomas explores how underwater tracking of whales and the public grading of ships on speed restriction conformity could reduce fatal collisions.

The search for maritime’s sustainable future in Copenhagen

Copenhagen has become a centre of activity for the industry’s search for a more sustainable form of propulsion. Noah Bovenizer explores the field.

In hot water: Bawat CEO on why current ballast water approach is falling short

Noah Bovenizer talks to Marcus Hummer, CEO of Bawat, about the state of the ballast water treatment system market and the upcoming changes.

Has China overplayed its hand in Latin America’s Silk Road?

Peru has annulled COSCO’s exclusive control over the $3.5bn Chancay Port, amid concerns over China’s grip on Latin American infrastructure. Alex Blair reports.

The top 10 largest container ships in the world

Cargo ships have consistently increased in size over the last 25 years, but what are the largest container ships in the world? Peter Nilson reports.

To build a greener shipping industry, we need to start with shipowners

Diane Gilpin, CEO and founder of Smart Green Shipping, argues that the key to decarbonising shipping lies in creating green technology.

Port digitalisation, green corridors, and AI: separating the wheat from the chaff

David Yeo, CEO of Innovez One, looks at some of the latest port operations and tries distinguishing hype from genuine change.

Next issue preview

In the September issue of Ship Technology Global, we’ll learn about the latest developments around port infrastructure, including the importance of agnostic portal systems in port management.

We’ll also look into the latest developments surrounding safety & security in the maritime sector, finding out about the new technology making the maritime industry less dangerous for seafarers.

In the meantime, you can stay up to date with everything at @ShipTechMag.

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