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  • August’s top news stories

    Carnival Cruise Line is set to revamp Carnival Triumph with an investment of around $200m, and a report revealed that CO2 emissions from ships operated by 22 carrier lines witnessed...

  • July’s top news stories

    Damen Shipyards Group signed a cooperation agreement of understanding with Skoon Energy to further accelerate the development of sustainable shipping solutions, and SLPA, China and India are investing over $700m...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 56

    In this issue: Emerging ports in Africa, safety concerns around lithium-ion batteries, celebrating the Sailors’ Society, the IMO’s pledge to reduce emissions, the digital technologies helping ports to cut costs,...

  • 200 years of the Sailors’ Society

    In March, the Sailors’ Society celebrated its 200th anniversary. Patrick Kingsland sat down with the society’s CEO, Stuart Rivers, to look back on two centuries of service to seafarers, and...

  • May’s top news stories

    Grimaldi Group has placed an order valued at more than $400m with Chinese shipyard Jinling for the construction of six ro/ro vessels known as Grimaldi Green 5th Generation (GG5G), and...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 55

    In this issue: The potential impact of a US China trade war on shipping, the Mayflower autonomous ship, the development of Nigeria’s shipping sector, Sweden’s efforts to decarbonise maritime transport,...


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