The NGO Shipbreaking Platform and Transport and Environment (T&E) have criticized Maersk Group’s ...read more →
In response to the current freight rates in the dry bulk shipping industry, Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen ...read more →
70 percent of the earth’s surface is covered by water, and still little is known about the treasures hidden in the ...read more →
Last June, the Dutch government was obliged by court to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gasses with 25 per cent ...read more →
“The Royal Netherlands Navy cannot do without the golden triangle.” This statement was made by Rob Zuiddam, project ...read more →
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12 Tug Boats Refloat CSCL Indian Oceanvideo
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Final Cranes Arrive at APM Terminals Izmirvideo
US ports, rated by Fitch Ratings, have neither designated facilities for weighing containers nor the systems for ...read more →
The US Federal Maritime Commission is scheduled to host a public hearing on the amendments to the International ...read more →
The Australian port of Brisbane has received Stage 1 approval from the Queensland Government for a AUD 100 million ...read more →
Chemical shipping freight rates for both contracts of affreightment and spot cargoes will be under pressure ...read more →
Danish shipping and logistics company DFDS posted a profit of DKK 1.07bn (USD 151m), up by 89pct when compared to ...read more →
Danish shipping and energy conglomerate Maersk Group wants to help ship recycling yards in Alang, India to upgrade ...read more →
The US National Transportation Safety Board said on Thursday that it would launch a second expedition to search ...read more →
The Australian Office of the Fair Work Ombudsman has received a formal complaint from the International Transport ...read more →
PUMPS & VALVES 2016
The 16th edition of PUMPS & VALVES in co-location with Maintenance, 20 and 21 April 2016 in Antwerp expo, will present a complete overview of all the technologies and innovations in the field of industrial pumps, valves and seals.
The exhibition will feature industrial pumps, control valves, valves, seals, filters and filtration, processing equipment, piping & pipelines, services for industry, governmental agencies & pipeline operators.
Pumps and Valves’ second duo edition, co-located with Maintenance, enjoyed a solid 8% increase in visitors with a total of 5.492 visitors.read more >
FPSO Europe Congress
Why Attend the 2nd Annual FPSO Europe Congress?
Discover how FPSO leaders are embracing the new realities of a low oil price environment – what are the strategies to adopt in pursuit of viable economical FPSO projects?…
Port & Terminal Technology Conference & Exhibition 2016
MCI Media Limited are hosting the 8th International Port & Terminal Technology Conference & Exhibition in Charleston, SC.
This year, we are delighted to welcome South Carolina Ports Authority as official supporters.
Having established itself as a “must-attend” key industry event, Port & Terminal Technology will deliver an informative and technical conference programme complemented by an impressive line-up of industry experts.
Exploring the latest developments, issues, trends and technology affecting ports and terminals around the globe, the conference will provide delegates an invaluable learning opportunity as well as an excellent platform for discussion, debate and networking.
Port & Terminal Technology is specially designed for representatives from operations, maintenance and engineering from port authorities, terminal operators, consultancy firms, dredging contractors, maritime construction firms and suppliers of cargo handling equipment and those involved in the effective development and operation of container ports and terminals.
The conference is complemented by an intimate exhibition, comprising a select handful of elite market leaders, enabling companies to reach a niche target audience, showcase their products and network with potential, new and existing clients.read more >
World Water Works 2016
Rising sea levels, ever-larger container ships, increased pressure on the accessibility of ports and waterways and the associated infrastructural requirements are all global problems.
The time is ripe for sustainable solutions which are both financially feasible and ecologically responsible.
Conference and exhibition
The two-day international hydraulic engineering conference and exhibition World Water Works on 23 and 24 March 2016 at Antwerp Expo brings together science, industry practices and trends related to:
– Hydraulic engineering
– Accessibility of ports and waterways
– Coastline and shoreline projects
– The construction of bridges, locks and tunnels
– Future offshore sea ports
Californian port of Los Angeles has seen its busiest January in its 109-year history as the port handled 704,398 ...read more →
South Korea’s shipbuilding giant Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has signed an agreement to build two 158,000 ...read more →
Norwegian rolling cargo shipping specialist Wilh. Wilhelmsen Holding (WWH) has opted for restructuring the company ...read more →
Ahead of the anticipated increase in the number of ships visiting New Zealand and a trend to ever bigger ships, ...read more →
There is no justification for restrictions on travel or trade due to the outbreak of the Zika virus, the ...read more →
Container shipping companies that are being investigated by the European Commission over a suspected breach of ...read more →
Maersk Line expects a significantly lower underlying result for 2016 compared to 2015 as the container shipping ...read more →
Netherlands-based container terminal operator APM Terminals, part of Maersk Group, has seen its profit drop to USD ...read more →
The storm-damaged Royal Caribbean cruise ship Anthem of the Seas returned to Cape Liberty, New ...read more →