- SANMAR SHIPYARDS DELIVERED COMPACT WORKHORSE TUG TO EXPANDING DANISH PORT
- CMA D. ARGOUDELIS & CO S.A. ANNOUNCES THE COOPERATION WITH BCA COLLEGE
- IBIA APPOINTS EDMUND HUGHES AS NEW IMO REPRESENTATIVE
- ROYAL WAGENBORG ADDS NEW TUGBOAT TO ITS FLEET
- TERSAN SHIPYARD HAS DELIVERED THE 3RD AND 4TH HAVILA PASSENGER VESSELS
- FLAGSHIP FOUNDERS AND SIGNAL ENTER INTO STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
- THE GFCM LAUNCHES THE BLACK SEA SCIENTIFIC DATABASE FOR RESEARCHERS IN FISHERIES
- YALIKAVAK MARINA WELCOMES GOLDEN GOOSE
- SANMAR MARITIME CONTINUES TO BREAK NEW GROUND!
- TERSAN LAUNCHED 8TH VESSEL FOR ERVIK HAVFISKE
- WOMEN IN TRANSPORT OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED AT AGM
- TEEKAY TANKERS TO INSTALL YARA MARINE’S FUELOPT TECHNOLOGY ON 25 VESSELS
Ship emissions can be cut by 97.5%, by switching to foiling electric vessels, says Swedish studyA study from The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm says emissions from ships could be reduced by 97.5% by switching from diesel vessels to a new type of electric hydrofoil ship that will be introduced in Stockholm next year.
Korean Register releases SeaTrust-HullScan V3 software for ship designKorean Register (KR) has released a new version of its popular structural assessment software, SeaTrust-HullScan V3, to dramatically improve its ability to handle large-capacity graphics and cope with ever more complex ship designs and regulations.
The BIMCO & IBIA Shipmaster’s Bunkering Manual 2022The BIMCO & IBIA Shipmaster’s Bunkering Manual is the first practical industry guide for both owners and suppliers providing practical guidance and advice for safe bunkering globally.
Stephenson Harwood Hosts Shipping, Shipbuilding And Wealth Preservation Seminar In IstanbulMembers of Stephenson Harwood recently hosted a shipping, shipbuilding and wealth preservation seminar, and series of panel discussions, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Award winners celebrate at ITS 2022Tug owners and builders, naval architects, ports and technology innovators won ITS Awards at an industry Gala Dinner in Istanbul, Turkey
Tug technology pathways to 2050 revealed at key industry conventionTug owners, designers, builders and propulsion system manufacturers will present key technologies and strategies for decarbonising the towage industry at the International Tug & Salvage Convention, Exhibition & Awards 2022 conference.
SAFEEN Feeders Joins CMA CGM Group in Launching New Service for Southeast AsiaCompany Launches First Services to Southeast Asia, adding Vital New Trade Routes for the UAE
The world’s premier biennial gathering of the tug, towage and salvage sectors is just few weeks away.
BIO-SEA BALLAST WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM ORDERED FOR CRUISESHIP QUESTFrench UV-C water treatment specialist BIO-UV Group has received an order to supply a low-flow BIO-SEA L-Series ballast water treatment system for retrofit installation to the 1268gt expedition vessel Quest.
Posidonia sets new standards in Society, Economy, Health and Environment impact achievementsPosidonia Exhibitions S.A., the organisers of the most prestigious shipping exhibition, released their Event Sustainability Report for this year’s, 27th Posidonia, which was not only the biggest but also the most sustainable, environmentally and socially,
It takes two to tangoThe Port of Esbjerg is a long-standing partner of Liebherr and has recently ordered a second LHM 800. The new crane is already the seventh Liebherr mobile harbour crane to be used at Denmark's largest port.
IBIA and BIMCO survey confirms a desire for bunker supplier licensing schemesIBIA, with support from BIMCO, launched an extensive online survey in February 2022 to identify to which extent the maritime industry stakeholders believe there is a need for a wider adoption of bunker licensing schemes.
CMA D. ARGOUDELIS & CO S.A. announces the cooperation with Cosmos Nautical Training Centre!CMA D. ARGOUDELIS & CO S.A. is pleased to announce the signature of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with COSMOS NAUTICAL TRAINING CENTRE, a fully equipped Maritime Training Facility to sealing the cooperation of many years.
GFCM unveils MedSea4Fish, an ambitious fisheries programme to continue turning the corner on overexploitation in Mediterranean SeaThe General Fisheries Commission for the Mediterranean (GFCM) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today unveiled MedSea4Fish – an ambitious long-term programme that will serve as a blueprint for making fisheries in the Med