Vessels will avoid areas lacking cleaner maritime fuel

Houston - Shortages of low-sulfur fuel oil could appear at some ports in Africa, South America and Southeast Asia next year, but most major ports around the world will have adequate supplies


Los Angeles and Copenhagen sign agreement on environment

Los Angeles - The Ports of Los Angeles and Copenhagen Malmö Port have entered into a five-year memorandum of understanding to collaborate on sustainability and environmental issues


Port of Hamburg’s “striking growth”

Hamburg - For Germany’s largest port, seaborne cargo handling in the first nine months of 2019 proved highly “satisfactory”


Volkswagen starts overseas traffic with LNG carriers

Xiamen (China) - The Volkswagen Group has held the naming ceremony for two ships that will sail with LNG


Shell Marine secures contract for COSCO

London - Shell Marine, Royal Dutch Shell shipping division, has extended its relationship with China COSCO Shipping Company Limited businesses

CMA CGM inaugurates new CEVA’s headquarter
Ambrogio Beccaria and Tarros Group : together in a great venture
Kalmar and Maktas strike deal to reduce fuel consumption
China Sinopec plans 100-barge fleet to ship cleaner marine fuel
IMO makes “positive progress” on global warming
Wärtsilä and PSA jointly develop smart technologies
Daewoo suffers 230 million euros net loss
EIB backs Piraeus with 140 million euros
Rotterdam’s step towards E-Trucks

Rotterdam’s step towards E-Trucks

Rotterdam - The Port of Rotterdam Authority, together with Transport en Logistiek Nederland (TLN), has commissioned an exploratory study to gain better insight into the feasibility of making container transport by road more sustainable in the port area

Maersk sees pickup in container traffic


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