Guohang to order five kamsarmax ships
The largest bulker operator in China Guohang Ocean Shipping (Group) is understood to be planning to order five newbuilding bulkers. According to the industry and TradeWinds, the company is poised to order five kamsarmax bulkers at Qingdao Wuch...
Astomos to develop LPG-powered BC
Japanese LPG provider Astomos Energy plans to develop LPG-fueled bulker. According to a foreign media outlet, the company will work on the project in cooperation with the Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC). The proj...
HHLA’s container transporters run on green energy
Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) increases efforts to improve the city’s air quality. Container transporters powered by lithium-ion batteries will move the containers at HHLA Container Terminal Alternwerder (CTA) between ships and the yar...
Asian players united for marine traffic control
Fujitsu Limited, Singapore Management University (SMU), and A*STAR’s Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC), announced on April 16 their collaboration to develop innovative new technologies for vessel traffic management in the Por...
"Shipping industry needs to deal with BC"
In addition to the IMO global sulfur cap which comes effect in 2020, shipping industry needs to deal with black carbon (BC) that is formed through the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, biofuel, and biomass, and is emitted in both anthropogen...
Peel Ports-ASV launched autonomous study group
Peel Ports Group and ASV Global (ASV) have launched a partnership which will develop the use of autonomous vessel technology for UK port operations. The partnership kick started with a visit from ASV’s team to the Port of Liverpool, to demon...
First AMP for larger vessels built in Korea
The construction of Alternative Maritime Power supply (AMP), an onshore facility to provide power to vessels, is completed. Incheon Port Authority (IPA) witnessed the dedication ceremony for Korea’s first high voltage AMP on April 12. The ce...
IMO to halve global GHG emissions
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has confirmed a plan to halve the global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It is the first international agreement made related to GHG in shipping sector. Via its Marine Environment Prot...
AET-Shell agrees TC for Aframax TKs
AET announced on April 12 that AET Inc. Limited and Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited formalised arrangements for the long-term charter of AET’s two newbuild LNG dual-fuelled Aframax tankers. AET’s two 113,000 dwt ve...
Energy transition in the port of Antwerp
Fluxys announced on April 10 that it has taken over the concession in the port of Antwerp at quay 526-528 to make liquefied natural gas (LNG) available as an alternative fuel for ships and barges, in one of the Port Authority's key initiatives to...
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