Shoreham Port has recently launched Shoreham Port Solutions, a new subsidiary company.
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The British Ports Association has responded to the UK’s EU trade priorities.
ICHCA and ABTO have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for collaborative working between the organisations.
Sal Heavy Lift has adopted Inatech’s ‘Smart Trader’ technology to help the company navigate IMO 2020 marine fuel complexity.
Michael Madely has been announced by Ecochlor to fill the newly created role of Vice President of Global Service.
Sea freight transport, the lifeblood of trade and a bellwether of the global economy, has been blown off course by the COVID-19 outbreak, sparking general alarm.
Logistics service provider Van den Bosch has bought 200 new 40 ft pressurised containers for the transportation of dry bulk products for the food industry.
Maritime law firm Hill Dickinson, an associate member of the British Ports Association, has recently published a short paper on the virus and its potential implications on the UK ports sector.
The British Ports Association has today welcomed confirmation that Kelly Tolhurst MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport will be the Minister responsible for ports.
Autonomous solutions provider RCT has finalised an automation project with port, logistics and infrastructure specialist Qube Bulk at the Whyalla Port in South Australia.
Owners have long recognised the link between clean hulls and lower fuel costs, lack of reliable data has slowed investments in optimising hull performance.