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AD Ports, Transmar, and Orascom to build Egypt green methanol facility

A site for the storage and export of green methanol for the maritime industry is to be built in Egypt under a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
29 May 2024

Transforming harbour operations with AI

Find out here what David Yeo, founder and Group ceo of Innovez One, tells Global Ports Report about AI here...

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
29 May 2024

MOL targets 80 wind propulsion installations by 2035

MOL will install wind propulsion systems on seven newbuilding bulk carriers and multi-purpose vessels to be operated by MOL Drybulk.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
29 May 2024

Mawani and DP World break ground on Jeddah logistics park

Construction is underway on the largest logistics park in Saudi Arabia, a $240m collaboration between Mawani and DP World.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
29 May 2024

MAN makes business case for boxship retrofits

Installing a new dual-fuel engine in a large six- or seven-year old container ship makes eminently good sense, according to MAN Energy Solutions.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
29 May 2024

Greek shipowners could face €1bn EU ETS costs

Oceanscore estimates that Greek owners face a €335m ($364m) EU ETS bill in 2024, which may rise to €1bn once the ETS is fully implemented.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
28 May 2024

Singapore is new chokepoint in global supply chains

A major spike in congestion in Singapore is forcing carriers to stretch charter agreements and build container fleets to prepare for an elongated peak season.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
28 May 2024

Leading on seafarer mental health and wellbeing

The Greek shipping community continues to prioritise seafarer mental health and physical wellbeing through partnerships and action. Take a look at how here!

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
28 May 2024

Preparing the shipping industry for a decade of change and beyond

Achieving reduction targets that have been set for shipping requires existing fleets to become much more efficient. Find out more about these changes here.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
28 May 2024

Boluda continues to consolidate with UK acquisition

Spain’s Boluda Towage has signed an agreement to acquire the British company SMS Towage Ltd, UK’s largest independent towage company.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
28 May 2024

Steering EU policy to 2029

As the EU prepares to lay out its strategic priorities for the next five years, the World Shipping Council provide its views on the policies. Find out more here

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
28 May 2024

Singapore bunkers methanol for container ship during cargo operation

A simultaneous methanol bunkering and cargo operation has been carried out at Tuas Port in Singapore onboard an X-Press Feeders vessel.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
27 May 2024

Wallenius Wilhelmsen adds additional four PCTCs at Jinling Shipyard

Car carrier operator Wallenius Wilhelmsen has exercised option of four more methanol dual-fuel PCTCs at China Merchants Jinling Shipyard.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
27 May 2024

Can shipping hit IMO 2030 emission target? – reader poll result

Are the IMO’s 2030 GHG emission targets - not ambitious enough, or too difficult for the industry to reach?

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
27 May 2024

Rogue crewing agents a threat to seafarers

International Transport Workers Union (ITF) leaders are planning on launching a campaign to root out rogue manning agents who are scamming seafarers.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
27 May 2024

Tanker owners await possible adjustments to OPEC+ strategy

OPEC+ is due to hold its next meeting on Sunday and its decisions on production strategy have important implications for tanker owners.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
27 May 2024

K Line trials B100 biofuel on car carrier

Japanese shipowner K Line has successfully conducted its first trial use of marine B100 biofuel.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
27 May 2024

Red Sea diversions add 1 million tonnes of fuel consumption monthly

The future of bunkering, prices, and margins, remain driven by geopolitical tensions and conflicts but the sector still has a lot of opportunities

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
27 May 2024

In pictures: Stena Prosperous naming ceremony

The latest addition to Proman Stena Bulk fleet will use a 20% blend of biomethanol on its maiden voyage out of Singapore.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
25 May 2024

HPH Trust and Beibu Gulf Port Group to boost Guangxi-Hong Kong trade

A new collaboration across ports and logistics seeks to bring improvements in intermodal connectivity .

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
24 May 2024

Odessa feeders boost Ukraine container volumes

Direct feeder services into Greater Odessa terminals are on the horizon, with many shipping lines exploring the resumption of services to Ukrainian ports.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
24 May 2024

MSC resumes Far East – Baltimore service

MSC has restarted its Far East – Baltimore’s Empire Service after the incident at the Baltimore’s Francis Scott Key Bridge on 26 March 2024.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
24 May 2024

Seafarer injured in Somali pirate attack

Seventeen crew of a general cargoship Basilisk are safe after a pirate attack off Somalia.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
24 May 2024

Greek shipping takes centre stage at Posidonia 2024 amidst industry transformation

It is clear that Posidonia 2024 - a highlight of the maritime year - is on track to be the biggest in its long history. Find out more and register to join!

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
24 May 2024

Why Human Capital Management is key to delivering a sustainable future for maritime

HCM ensures maritime professionals know what is key to recruiting and retaining staff. Find out what these elements are through our latest report.

Seatrade Maritime News - SCS
24 May 2024
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