As a workshop exploring the relationship between energy efficiency and underwater radiated noise from shipping opens September 18 at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in
KR (Korean Register) has awarded an Approval in Principle (AIP) to Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for “design and test procedures for implementing cyber resilience of
The International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) presented its analysis of the latest marine insurance market trends at its annual conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, September
As a workshop exploring the relationship between energy efficiency and underwater radiated noise from shipping closes September 19 at the
Shipping moves International Trade and the Global Economy. The events post 2020 saw how critical shipping was to trade and
Opening this week’s International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) annual conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, President Frédéric Denèfle expands and explains
The world’s first methanol-enabled container vessel will carry the name “Laura Mærsk”, the European Commission (EC) President Ursula von der
In partnership with bound4blue, a pioneering developer of wind-assisted propulsion technology, Odfjell will install the eSAIL® system on a chemical tanker, making it the first
Maersk and Amazon have finalized a 2023-2024 agreement for the transport of 20,000 FFE containers using green biofuel through Maersk’s “ECO Delivery” ocean product offering.
Price and supply concerns still abound until market rebalance in second half of decade. Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyers are navigating a near-term market
Do corporations really make efforts on achieving ESG as they say? Is ESG merely a rubber stamp? How does the maritime industry perform? Let’s get
Cargo liquefaction still remains the greatest contributor to loss of life associated with bulk carrier losses while grounding remains the main cause of ship losses,
Shipping is an endeavor fraught with risks. Where there are risks, there will be claims. The shipping professional must know how to prepare for risks
The governments of Australia and Indonesia on June 14 announced the completion of two facilities in Jakarta, Indonesia, to improve safety measures across the maritime
Global cargo handling association ICHCA announces a new member from the key ship-owning community. Gearbulk and Grieg Maritime joint venture, G2 Ocean is seeking to share
In the ever-evolving landscape of today’s interconnected global economy, where the smooth functioning of international trade heavily relies on intricate technological frameworks and digital networks,
As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to revolutionize various industries, the concept of autonomous vehicles has become a subject of intense interest and speculation. While autonomous
bound4blue, key player in the wind propulsion sector, has successfully installed two eSAILs® on Dutch-flagged Eems Traveller, a 2,850-dwt general cargo vessel owned by Amasus.
The use of big data in the maritime industry is widely regarded as the next revolutionary breakthrough. By definition, big data refers to expansive and
The Western media has been awash with reports of Chinese authoritarian leader Xi Jinping proclaiming a “no limits” partnership with
In recent months, controversy erupted over the allegedly high budget allocated for the upgrading of the Cianjhen Fishing Port in
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