The BWM Convention was recently amended during the 74th International Maritime Organization’s Maritime...
Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone (APSEZ) has announced it will invest approximately Rs489.33bn ($6.89bn) to increase the cargo handling capacity of Dhamra port in the Indian state of Odisha.
The BWM Convention was recently amended during the 74th International Maritime Organization’s Maritime Environment Protection Committee meeting. The changes will have a significant impact on the industry as the American Bureau of Shipping’s William H Burroughs explains.
Shipping companies are using ‘cheat devices’ to avoid International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulations, which limits the amount of pollution vessels emit into the air, The Independent revealed in an exclusive report; and Japanese shipping firm Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) developed a vessel allocation and cargo loading plan for car carriers in collaboration with its group company MOL Information Systems and Osaka University. Ship-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2019.
PSA Corporation (PSA) has begun the development of S$20bn ($14.5bn) Tuas Port project in Singapore.
Dutch tank storage company Royal Vopak has completed the sale of its terminals in Amsterdam and Hamburg to First State Investments for €600m.
The UK Government has selected 16 ports in England through its Department for Transport (DfT) to receive a £10m financial support in preparation for Brexit.
Technology group ABB has received a contract to install a shore-to-ship power solution at the Port of Incheon in South Korea.
Carnival Cruise Line has received the Miami-Dade County Commission's approval for the planned modernisation and expansion of Cruise Terminal F at PortMiami.
Ship Technology Global is the essential reading material for decision-makers in the ship industry, bringing you the latest news and analysis in an exciting, interactive format.