Shoreham Port attended the Curriculum Development Conference for primary education in East Sussex this week to showcase its new, free educational programme, Why Shipping Matters.
The industry-wide initiative to modernise global agricultural commodity trade operations has announced that another major partner, Glencore Agriculture Ltd, has joined the effort.
In June 2019, Brownsville Navigation District of Cameron County ordered two Konecranes Gottwald Model 6 mobile harbour cranes to increase its dockside handling capacity in the Port of Brownsville, Texas, USA.
LASE has announced that OHM International Corporation resp. OHM Japan K.K. has become its first distributor in Japan.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has supported harsher penalties for activists who break the law and commit illegal trespass.
The bulk carrier ‘Eda’, formerly known as ‘Cedarglen’, departed the Port of Montreal for the last time on 21 July 2019, bound for an eco-friendly recycling yard in Turkey.
Port Tampa Bay President and CEO Paul Anderson has welcomed Brian Giuliani as its new Vice President of Operations.
Wärtsilä, MARIN, and Grimaldi have together designed an ‘Energy Saving Device’, suitable for use by ships with controllable pitch propellers.
Wärtsilä discusses environmental responsibility, the benefits of utilising LNG as a fuel source, and the need for forward-looking planning within the shipping industry.
Navios Maritime Holdings, Inc. has announced the date for the release of first quarter ended 31 March 31 2019 results, conference call and webcast.
The Manitowoc Company, Inc. has pledged to support reconstruction efforts at the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris (France).
The Dublin Fire Brigade has visited Dublin Port to carry out real life scenarios on top of 110ft high cranes as part of its ongoing height training programme.