Damen-Skoon develops sustainable shipping solutions
Damen Shipyards Group and Skoon Energy have signed a cooperation agreement of understanding for the advancement of energy transition in the shipping industry. The agreement combines Damen’s 90 years of experience with the dynamism of a new star...
ABS updates scrubber advisory
Jul 24, 2018, ABS updated the ABS Advisory on Exhaust Gas Scrubber Systems (Scrubber Advisory) providing deeper insights into installation and operational considerations for existing vessels. “Many in industry are still evaluating their 2020...
ZIM forms alliance with 2M
Israel's ZIM Integrated Shipping Services, which has not joined any shipping alliances for a long time, made a new strategic cooperation on the Asia – US East Coast trade with the members of the 2M Alliance, Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shippi...
CargoSmart launches blockchain initiative
CargoSmart Limited, a global shipment management software solutions provider, announced on July 18 its initiative to develop a blockchain solution for shipment documentation to improve complex supply chain processes. The solution establishes a di...
KR holds joint autonomous ship workshop
The Korean Register of Shipping (KR) hosted a 'joint KoreaChinaJapan workshop on Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS)', which was set up by the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF), on July 18 at Westin Chosun Seoul, Seoul, Korea. On the...
"Bunkering ports seeing increasing LNG sales"
The Port of Rotterdam, which provides 40% of global LSFO bunkering, is seeing a surge in LNG fuel sales and declining fuel oil sales. Park Moo-Hyun, a researcher at Korea's Hana Financial Investment said in a report on July 19 that “with inc...
ICS encouraged by IMO progress in 2020 cap
In a statement on July 17, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) says it is encouraged by efforts made by IMO Member States to resolve some pressing practical challenges ahead of the global implementation of the 0.5% sulphur in fuel cap on ...
UGS applaud IMO decision to review 2020 safety
The Union of Greek Shipowners warmly welcomes the decision by the recent IMO Intersessional Working Group (London, July 9-13, 2018) to take into account several valid safety concerns linked to the transition to new low-sulphur fuels, especially b...
Boskalis using Goodfuels biofuel
Boskalis Nederland and biofuel supplier GoodFuels have announced a long-term partnership aimed at furthering Boskalis' sustainable practices. Reducing CO2 emissions is one of Boskalis' long-term objectives. A 35% reduction in the CO2 emitted by t...
Low sulfur oil is Yang Ming's solution
Yang Ming Marine Transport expressed its intention to fight the International Maritime Organization's (IMO's) global sulfur cap with low sulfur oil. The Taiwanese containership operator has recently noted through an interview with a fore...
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