With the launch of Viking Cruises’ fifth ocean ship, Frances Marcellin sailed on...
With the launch of Viking Cruises’ fifth ocean ship, Frances Marcellin sailed on Viking Orion’s maiden voyage and spoke to the Viking team, as well as the ship’s godmother and retired astronaut Anna Fisher, to find out more about how the company is achieving its success.
United Arab Emirates (UAE) based port operator DP World has begun the construction of the first phase of the Berbera port expansion in Somaliland.
A sum of $1m in capital funding has been released for the planned river port terminal in Cairo, Illinois, US.
The European Parliament’s Transport Committee has adopted the Meissner report on the Port Reception Facilities to reinforce the ‘polluter pays’ principle for ship waste management.
The US Coast Guard (USCG) has set port condition Yankee for South Carolina in order to handle the constant tropical storm force winds generated by Hurricane Michael.
Damen Shipyards floated out a new ASRV vessel named RSV Nuyina, which is currently being constructed at its facility in Galati, Romania, and Stena Line collaborated with Hitachi to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) model that can help vessels to reduce fuel consumption and lower environmental impact. Ship-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2018.
Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) has granted approval to International Container Terminal Service (ICTSI) to expand the capacity of Manila International Container Terminal (MICT).
India’s domestic shipping industry is considering its options after the central government relaxed cabotage rules. It now looks set to do away with a ‘right of first refusal’ that gives Indian shippers a chance to match the lowest rate offered by foreign ships. But what are the potential implications of this?
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