Portsmouth International Port has announced that it is one of the first in the UK to receive a verification for the infection risk protocols from the Norwegian classification society DNV...
The Tripoli port in Lebanon is reportedly preparing to temporarily replace the port of Beirut, which was destroyed in an explosion last week.
NYK Line, Japan Marine United Corporation and ClassNK have signed a joint research and development (R&D) agreement to commercialise ammonia-fuelled ammonia gas carrier (AFAGC).
The Competition Commission of Hong Kong has started a consultation on commitments offered by the Hong Kong Seaport Alliance under section 60 of the Competition Ordinance.
Boluda Towage Europe has ordered two 85t bollard-pull ASD 2813 tugs that adhere to the latest IMO Tier III emission standards from Damen Shipyard Group.
Through its subsidiary Scanship, Vow has signed a contract with Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri to provide four new MSC Cruises luxury ships with clean technology systems.
New Zealand’s Ports of Auckland has received consent to deepen the shipping channel of Auckland to receive larger ships.
Cargotec subsidiary Kalmar has signed a contract to supply 25 basic Kalmar TL2 terminal tractors to Vietnamese terminal operator Saigon Newport (SNP).
Indonesia’s Patimban Port in Subang, West Java, Indonesia, will commence partial operations in November.
APM Terminals has announced that it will acquire the container terminal of Aarhus Logistics Center (ALC) in the port of Aarhus in Denmark.