In its latest sustainability report, shipping giant Maersk hit out at the ongoing...
In its latest sustainability report, shipping giant Maersk hit out at the ongoing corruption in the maritime sector, criticising “an environment where facilitation payments and extortion are common occurrences”. What forms does corruption take at sea and how is the industry fighting it?
CMA CGM Group has signed a memorandum of agreement with Nigeria’s Lekki Deep Sea Port promoter Lekki Port LFTZ Enterprise (LPLE) to operate the future container terminal of the port.
Turkey recently announced the route for Kanal Istanbul, a planned artificial channel between the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara. While it promises to bring huge economic advantages to the country, environmentalists are putting up a fight, claiming it could cause an ecological disaster.
China's Zhuhai Port has deployed a driverless container truck developed by Westwell.
With the Brexit deadline looming, the potential impact on the UK’s ports is still unclear. Organisations such as Maritime UK have expressed concern that leaving the European Union without a customs deal could cause chaos at ports. However, the UK’s renewed focus on maritime could usher in a new era of prosperity.
Peel Ports Group has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with unmanned and autonomous marine systems provider ASV Global to support the use of autonomous vessel technology across various ports in the UK.
US-based Enterprise Products Partners has bought a 65-acre waterfront site on the Houston Ship Channel to facilitate its next phase of expansion at Enterprise Hydrocarbon Terminal (EHT) situated on the channel.
Africa-based port operator Bolloré Ports has launched the Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS) at its Dakshin Bharat Gateway Terminal (DBGT) in India.
A recent UK Government report has found that emissions from the shipping industry are far higher than previously thought. As this raises concern for air quality in ports such as Southampton and Liverpool, what is being done to regulate and mitigate emissions at ports around the UK?
Belgium-based company Fluxys has implemented a concession at the Port of Antwerp’s quay 526-528 to provide liquefied natural gas (LNG) as an alternative fuel for ships and barges visiting the port.
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