Sustainability in the heavy lifting industry

Cost efficiency and sustainability, two topics that are frequently discussed in the offshore and maritime industry. There are many developments and innovations going on in this area.

Hawaii Stevedores, HDOT to Keep Developing KCT

Honolulu-based Hawaii Stevedores and the Hawaii State Department of Transportation (HDOT) will continue the joint ...

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Rotterdam Port to Optimise Its Services with New Standards

The establishment of international standards for nautical port information could witness the introduction of new ...

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Uniper, Pavilion to Share Access to LNG Terminals

Germany’s energy company Uniper Global Commodities and Singapore’s LNG company Pavilion Gas, part of ...

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Australia's Jackson, Botany Ports Facing Industrial Action

Members of the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) working onboard pilot cutters operated by the Port Authority of ...

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Koch Ships First Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel to Mexico

Koch Supply & Trading Mexico is importing its first cargo of ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) into Mexico through ...

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Fuel Tankers Diverted after Gunmen Attack on Al-Zawiya

Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) has diverted fuel tanker vessels from Al-Zawiya to Tripoli after an ...

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Hurricane Maria Closes Ports in Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands are yet again closed to vessels as Hurricane Maria approaches the area, only ...

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Canaveral Port Picks CH2M to Design New Cruise Terminal

Florida’s Canaveral Port Authority has awarded a contract to CH2M to design a new terminal to support the ...

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2M Partners Resume TA3 Calls at APMT Rotterdam

Danish container shipping company Maersk Line and Swiss-based Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) are resuming ...

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Qatar: Vessel Calls More than Doubled in Three Months

In the aftermath of the diplomatic fallout with its neighbors, Qatar has seen the number of vessel arrivals at its ...

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CentrePort's Cranes Resume Container Ops

New Zealand CentrePort’s two ship-to-shore cranes are back in action – the first time since last November’s ...

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Germany Wants to Transform Ports into Digital Hubs

Germany’s Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure has launched the second call for ...

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Spotted: 3 Millionth ZIM Container in DaChan Bay Terminal

Israeli shipping company ZIM recently marked the milestone – the 3 millionth container was brought onboard a ...

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DP World to Quit Operating Deal for Indonesia's TPS

UAE’s port developer DP World has decided not to renew its operating contract for PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya ...

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COSCO Ship Sails from China to Russia via NSR

Last week, Port Bronka in St. Petersburg welcomed Lian Hua Song, a multi purpose ship operated by COSCO, which ...

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Crowley Sends 18 Jones Act Tankers to Florida Ports

Jacksonville-based Crowley Maritime has sent 18 Jones Act petroleum vessels to discharge gasoline and diesel into ...

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Port of Felixstowe All Set for Latest Phase of Expansion

Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe has decided to award a contract for its latest phase of expansion ...

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Charleston Hosts Record-Breaking Roosevelt

South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) welcomed the CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt on September 14, the biggest ship ...

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Gallery: MSC Erica Visits Medcenter Container Terminal

Medcenter Container Terminal in Gioia Tauro, Contship Italia’s premier hub port, recently welcomed the ultra large ...

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DP World Interested in Hong Kong's Cruise Terminal Business

Dubai-based port operator DP World is interested in exploring Hong Kong’s cruise terminal business. The ambition ...

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MV Cheshire Arrives in Spain's Motril Port

Bibby Line’s troubled bulk carrier MV Cheshire was cleared to enter the Spanish Port of Motril on September ...

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US Extends Jones Act Waiver

The US has decided to extended the limited Jones Act Waiver on the back of the severe disruptions of the oil supply ...

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Konecranes Inks Service Deal with MPET

In August 2017, Finnish crane manufacturer Konecranes signed a service agreement with MSC PSA European Terminal ...

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Tanker Sinks off Greece, Oil Clean-Up Ops Launched

Oil spill clean-up operations have been launched off the coast of Salamina, Greece after a 3,205 dwt oil tanker ...

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London Cruise Terminal Welcomes Longest Ship to Date

In today’s spotted, we bring you an image of Mein Schiff 3 which sailed into the London International Cruise ...

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Cochin Port Takes the Lead in Cargo Traffic Growth

India’s Cochin Port recorded the highest cargo traffic growth during the period from April to August 2017, ...

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