Several South Korean ports will have designated national sulfur emission control areas from midnight 1 September 2020.
Wärtsilä, in cooperation with Knutsen OAS Shipping AS and Repsol, as well as with the Sustainable Energy Catapult Centre, will commence the world’s first long term, full-scale, testing of ammonia as a fuel in a marine four-stroke combustion engine.
The coal sea port of Shakhtersk (CSPS), a key logistics asset of East Mining Company, shipped 2.2 million t of coal between January and May 2020.
Supported by ESG, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, this latest initiative by SEEDS Capital and its six appointed co-investment partners aims to drive the growth of the maritime sector through technology and innovation.
MacGregor has secured an order to provide cargo handling cranes for four 62 000 DWT general cargo ships to be built in Asia.
The Dutch seaports of Rotterdam, Amsterdam, Terneuzen/Vlissingen, Moerdijk and Groningen have jointly won the ‘World Ports Sustainability Award’.
The partnership emphasises Cargill’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and advance the maritime industry toward a carbon-neutral future.
According to INTERCARGO, many governments are yet to classify seafarers as key workers and facilitate crew transfers, despite a universal campaign from all sectors of the shipping industry.
OZ Minerals is the first to sign a long-term port services contract with SIMEC Mining’s Whyalla Port, Australia.
Tokyo-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Ltd has recently announced that it will raise the maximum number of employees working from the office up to 50%, effective 19 June 2020.