The buzz around artificial intelligence continues to proliferate, with shipping companies beginning to...
The buzz around artificial intelligence continues to proliferate, with shipping companies beginning to explore AI’s potential in predictive maintenance, intelligent scheduling and real-time analytics. Here is a round-up of five specific areas set to benefit from artificial intelligence in 2020.
Egypt-based Suez Canal Authority (SCA) has announced that the transit tolls for dry bulk vessels and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carriers in the Suez Canal will increase by 5%.
The European Commission (EC) has granted permission to five schemes to support maritime transport in Estonia, Poland, Cyprus, Denmark and Sweden.
The resurgence of populism in several countries is spelling trouble for open global trade, a warning sign that is being seen by the shipping industry as a growing threat to business. With the US-China trade war currently reshaping international dynamics, how is the sector being impacted by limited trade opportunities?
The Government of Australia introduced a new bill in the parliament that will enable the foreign-owned superyacht owners to charter their vessels in Australia; and Atlantic Container Line (ACL) signed a 15-year contract extension agreement with the UK-based port operator Peel Ports Group for container and roll-on / roll-off (RoRo) operations at the Port of Liverpool. Ship-technology.com wraps up the key news stories from November 2019.
Cargotec subsidiary Kalmar has partnered with Bosch Rexroth to develop a fully electric version of its reach stacker and heavy forklift solutions.
Cargotec subsidiary Kalmar has won a contract to supply 38 Ottawa T2 terminal tractors for DP World-owned Caucedo marine terminal in the Dominican Republic.
In the run up to the UK’s upcoming general election, the UK Chamber of Shipping has published its ‘Stand up for Shipping’ manifesto, calling for the future government to invest more in the maritime sector and make the UK “a world-leading shipping nation”.
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