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.

Port of Rotterdam Off to a Good Start

Dutch Port of Rotterdam has seen a 8.8 percent increase by volume to 3.3 million TEU in its container sector during ...

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Spotted: Port of Rotterdam Welcomes Xin Guang Hua

In today’s spotted, we bring you an image of Xin Guang Hua, a semi-submersible heavy transport vessel owned ...

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Port of Rotterdam, Brazil Looking to Form Pecém JV

The Dutch Port of Rotterdam has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the State Government of ...

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Spotted: DEME Ship Loads Monopile at Rotterdam Port

In today’s spotted we bring you an image of the Innovation, a heavy-lift jack-up vessel owned by GeoSea, part ...

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Rotterdam Port Fund to Invest in Port-Related Firms

The Dutch Port of Rotterdam, along with a number of investors, has taken part in developing the Rotterdam Port ...

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Rotterdam Port Tariffs to Rise by Half the Rate of Inflation

The port tariffs paid by sea-going vessels in Rotterdam will increase by 0.3 percent next year, according to the ...

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CLdN Sets Up Gothenburg-Rotterdam RoRo Service

Luxembourg-based short sea roll-on/roll-off (RoRo) shipping company Compagnie Luxembourgeoise d’Navigation (CLdN) ...

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Rotterdam Port Ends First Three Quartals with Lower Volumes

The plunge in dry bulk volumes at the Dutch Port of Rotterdam contributed to the 1.9 percent decrease in the ...

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Ports Support North Sea, Baltic Sea Designation as NECA

The port authorities of Antwerp, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Le Havre and Bremen/Bremerhaven have voiced their support of ...

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SAECS Service to Add Rotterdam Port

In late September 2016, the port of Rotterdam will be added to South Africa Europe Container Service (SAECS), ...

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Port of Rotterdam Sees Less Cargo in 1H 2016

The Port of Rotterdam handled 3% less cargo in the first six months of 2016 compared to ”the exceptionally ...

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Rotterdam to Reap Fruit from 2M’s Schedule Changes

The port of Rotterdam is set to benefit considerably from the new shipping scheduled recently released by the ...

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VIDEO: World’s Largest Cruise Ship on Display in ...

Harmony of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world, arrived yesterday morning at the Cruise Port Rotterdam. ...

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LNG Volumes Plunge at Port of Rotterdam

The Dutch port of Rotterdam experienced a slight increase in the total volume of cargo handled during the first ...

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Port of Rotterdam’s Turnover Up, Profit Down

The Dutch Port of Rotterdam has reported an increase of 2.6 percent in turnover to EUR 676.9 million (USD 736.1 ...

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Singapore, Rotterdam Team Up on Port Solutions

The ports of Singapore and Rotterdam (PoR) are looking into deepening their collaboration through a series of ...

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Rotterdam Crisis Could Be Cleared by End of March 2016

A solution to the dockworker crisis in Rotterdam could be found by the end of March, according to FNV Havens’ ...

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Port of Rotterdam Sets Record Throughput in 2015

The Dutch Port of Rotterdam experienced an increase of 4.9% in goods throughput reaching a total of 466.4 million ...

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Rotterdam Unions and Employers Returning to Negotiating Table

The Port of Rotterdam Authority is scheduled to meet with the trade unions today to hold exploratory talks with ...

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ITF, ETF Stand Firm behind Rotterdam Dockworkers' Strike

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) voiced their ...

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Update: Rotterdam Dockworkers Launch 24-Hour Strike

The ultimatum given by Rotterdam dockworkers’ union FNV Havens to their employers at the port and the port ...

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