Haver & Boecker Niagara has established the brand in Haver & Boecker’s Mexican subsidiary.
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The Port of Rotterdam Authority, ING, ENGIE and Wärtsilä have recently founded Zero Emission Services B.V. (ZES) to make inland shipping more sustainable.
Cargotec’s Kalmar and MacGregor have announced their joint participation in AEGIS (Advanced, Efficient and Green Intermodal Systems).
Angus Frew, current Secretary General and CEO of BIMCO, will extend his tenure by one month until the end of September 2020.
Yaskawa Environmental Energy/The Switch has signed a contract with Caterpillar to deliver an innovative package of electric drive train technology for a series of bulk carriers.
With delivery planned for August 2020, the Konecranes’ mobile harbour crane will increase capacity in bulk materials and cargo handling services.
The British Ports Association has published new research examining the barriers to shore power in UK ports, setting out three proposals to support the industry to meet ambitious emissions reductions targets.
The UK Chamber of Shipping has succeeded in securing exemptions for seafarers and offshore workers from the requirement that persons arriving in the UK from 8 June 2020 self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
Marine sector partners have kept supply chains moving with safety measures on ship and shore during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has issued updated health guidance for the global shipping industry to ensure ship operators and crew can safely deal with seafarers struggling with medical conditions during the coronavirus pandemic.
The project, entitled Antwerp@C, aims to keep CO2 out of the atmosphere and make a significant contribution towards the climate objectives through applications for capturing and utilising or storing CO2.
RightShip, a maritime risk management and environmental assessment organisation, has announced the launch of its new Safety Score.