Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. is pleased to announce that marine biofuel was supplied by Peninsula, the leading global independent marine energy supplier, to the capesize bulker CAPE AMAL with charterer BHP, a globally renowned resources company and a long-term partner with shared goals to abate shipping carbon emissions.
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The Viridis Bulk Carriers design, developed by Kongsberg Maritime, is for 5000 dwt short seas vessels that offer a range (3000 nm) and safety levels equivalent to conventionally fuelled vessels.
Integrating digital systems will be a crucial mechanism to facilitate maritime digitalisation and drive the industry’s decarbonisation efforts.
The UK’s third largest ports group, Forth Ports, has outlined its commitment and the actions it is taking to achieve a Net Zero carbon operation by 2042.
Two new electric harbour cranes from Liebherr have arrived at Tees Dock, as port operator and owner PD Ports continues to demonstrate its commitment to driving sustainability.
The Belledune Port Authority has signed an MOU with the Port of Rotterdam to work together on the movement of dry and liquid bulk commodities, with a focus on green products and clean fuels.
Star Bulk and Eagle Bulk enhance voyage optimisation capabilities with Sofar Ocean’s Wayfinder platform.
Supply and demand in the dry bulk sector is showing a clear upward trend, having weakened significantly at the start of this year, according to INTERCARGO.