- LIEBHERR CONTAINER CRANES TO SUPPLY TWO NEW STS TO PORT OF LIVERPOOL
- TOKYO PORT WAIVES FEES FOR LNG AND HYDROGEN-POWERED SHIPS
- PRIME MINISTER OF VIETNAM CONFIRMS SECOND PORT AT DANANG
- PORT OF BELLINGHAM AIMS TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS BY 86%
- NASSAU CRUISE PORT BECOMES CRITICAL PARTNER IN RESTART OF CRUISE TOURISM OF CARIBBEAN
- PORT OF ROTTERDAM AIMS TO BECOME HYDROGEN HUB
- ROYAL NAVY’S FLAGSHIP HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH VISITS SCOTLAND FOR THE FIRST TIME
- LARGEST INDUSTRIAL ONSHORE WIND FARM IN FLANDERS BECOMES OPERATIONAL
- TALLINN PORT AIMS TO USE GREEN ELECTRICITY ONLY PRODUCED IN ESTONIA
- LONG BEACH PORT COMPLETED ITS BUSIEST FEBRUARY ON RECORD
- BRUNSBÜTTEL PORTS HOSTS FIRST LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS BUNKERING OF GREENFERRY I
- SWEDISH GOVERNMENT AWARDS FOUR SHIPPING COMPANIES
The largest construction vessel calls at North Sea PortNorth Sea Port says it was visited by a special ship on Monday, 17 August. Pioneering Spirit, the largest construction and installation vessel in the world, was called to the port of Vlissingen.
Port of Kiel starts 2020 cruise seasonThe Cruise Season 2020 has begun at the port of Kiel on 3 August. The first ocean-going vessel is the TUI Cruises "Mein Schiff 2" on boarding passengers at the Ostseekai Terminal.
Port of Hamburg to use solar-powered mooring systemsNineteen solar panels power up a newly built berthing area in the Elbe River. The Port of Hamburg is the second major port to opt for this sustainable solution after Port of Rotterdam.
The Port of Sète becomes a smart portThe Port of Sète and its people are taking a new step towards being a smart harbor of the future on Thursday, July 2.
Barcelona Cruise Port obtains the "Safe Travels Stamp"The "Safe Travels Stamp" was received from Barcelona Cruise Port as a secure infrastructure preventing COVID-19, awarded by the World Travel & Tourism Council, the industry's leading global organization.
Spanish Port of Denia in first LNG bunkeringThe Spanish Port of Denia hosted its first liquefied natural gas bunkering operation which supplied the fuel to the Balearia ferry.
South Korea carries out national sulphur emission control areaThe Republic of Korea is the latest country to declare the establishment of national sulfur emission control areas to take effect on 1 September 2020, BIMCO stated in its report.
Yang Ming's carbon emissions dropped by 51% since 2008Yang Ming said its carbon emissions per TEU/kilometer have fallen by 51 percent since 2008, hitting IMO sustainability targets 11 years ahead of schedule.
Port of Melbourne welcomes largest container capacity shipThe Port of Melbourne (PoM) has welcomed on its Webb Dock at the Victoria International Container Terminal its largest container ship ever, the 10,662 teu CMA CGM Ural.
Dutch Ports won International Award for SustainabilityRotterdam, Amsterdam, Terneuzen/Vlissingen, Moerdijk, and Groningen seaports have jointly received "The World Ports Sustainability Award," said Port of Amsterdam in its announcement.
NC Ports Announces New LeadershipAfter Paul J. Cozza 's retirement at the end of this year, Brian E. Clark will take over as Executive Director of the North Carolina State Ports Authority.
Abu Dhabi Ports launches new feeder servicesAbu Dhabi Ports has set up a new feeder services business, SAFEEN FEEDERS, to support the Gulf region's mainliner shipping customers.