The organisation of collective crew changes at key hub ports by ship managers and owners has the potential to solve the seafarer welfare crisis currently threatening global supply chains.
Associated British Ports have invested £200 000 in a fleet of electric forklifts to use at the Port of Hull.
The British Ports Association is calling on the UK government to broaden the scope of testing and ensure that those working to keep the country supplied with imported food, energy and medicines are protected.
Bruks Siwertell has signed a contract that will see it deliver a high-capacity coal unloader for Taiwan Power Corporation’s 5000 MW Taichung power-generation facility.
Wabash National Corporation has announced that as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the company does not expect to meet its 1Q20 or full year guidance provided on 12 February 2020.
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has been awarded a contract to supply Tanzania Ports Authority with a total of six Kalmar rubber-tyred gantry cranes for use a Dar es Salaam port.
SeaQuest Shipmanagement has ensured that a client’s handysize bulk carrier completed its second special survey.