The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has opened a Maritime Cybersecurity Operations Centre (MSOC).
Taiwanese shipping firm Yang Ming Marine Transport has established a subsidiary in Jakarta, Indonesia, to boost its regional services and meet the growing demands of the shipping market.
US-based Sea Machines Robotics has partnered with Canada-based workboats manufacturer Hike Metal to integrate its SM300 autonomous vessel control system onboard commercial vessels intended for search-and-rescue (SAR) missions.
Dream Cruises has selected SES Networks’ Signature Cruise Solution to provide its passenger ship fleet with ultra-fast, low latency and fibre-like connectivity service.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the Government of Norway have launched a new project called ‘GreenVoyage-2050’ to support its initial strategy for reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipping.
The European Union (EU) has awarded €5m to the Flagships innovation project to help build two zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell vessels for France and Norway.
Swedish coastal shipping firm Thun Tankers has received the first L-Class and second E-Class vessels simultaneously to strengthen its fleet size.
UK’s Belfast Harbour is set to invest approximately £15m to re-develop Victoria Terminal 2 (VT2) to accommodate new Stena Line Vessels.
The Port of Kiel in Germany has launched its shore-based power supply system at the Norwegenkai passenger terminal.
Russian maritime shipping firm Sovcomflot has secured a $297m credit facility from three global banks to support its LNG vessels financing needs.