Owners Not Ready to Give Up Control to Smart Ships

Orca AI: Maritime industry slow at adapting solutions vital to avoiding collisions.

The Beast Is Testing Material Fatigue to Improve Future ...

Mirek Kaminski wants to improve ship design, making vessels more sustainable, effective and affordable

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Port-Related Start-Ups Gather in Rotterdam

Start-ups and innovation are two words that belong together.

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LNG Bunkering No Longer a 'Chicken and Egg' Situation

ABS

Niotis: LNG bunkering has moved past the 'chicken and egg' situation.

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Quijano: We Have Had to Come Out of Our Shell

Jorge Quijano

WMN interviews Administrator of the Panama Canal, Jorge Quijano, anent 2nd anniversary of the canal's expansion.

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Sand: 2018 a Loss-Making Year for Crude Oil Tankers

Peter Sand

BIMCO's Chief Analyst Peter Sand reveals what lies ahead for the tanker and dry bulk markets.

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Panagopulos: LNG as Fuel Perfect Bridge until 2050

Forward Ship CEO, Alexander P. Panagopulos

Alexander P. Panagopulos, CEO of Forward Ships: LNG as marine fuel is the future.

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Interview with Oman Drydock's New CEO

Oman Drydock's new CEO reveals growth plans to World Maritime News at Posidonia.

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Dutch Shipyards Are Looking to the Future

Shipyards, the backbone of the Dutch maritime cluster, have been a breeding ground for innovation for centuries.

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Interview: New Rules to Impact Ship Repair Market from 2019

Sarikaya: Ship repair market to see the greatest impacts from new environmental regulations in 2019 and 2020.

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Posidonia 2018: Scrubbers Not a Long-Term Solution

Korean Register

Scrubbers are not a long-term solution for the impending 2020 sulphur cap.

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Slow Steaming Panacea for All Industry Ailments?

Industry players from different sectors agree: reducing ship speed is the panacea to all ails.

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LR: Zero Emission Ships' Main Challenge Lies in Fuel Storage

Palmer: The main challenge with zero emission vessels (ZEVs) would be the fuel storage, not machinery.

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Port of Rotterdam Wants to Be the Smartest

Container shipping

Ports are major hubs in the supply chain. In Rotterdam, Europe’s largest port, countless proceedings are happening ...

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Shipping's Decarbonization Will Need Major R&D Investment

Kirsi Tikka: Collaboration as well as sufficient investment in technology development needed to meet IMO's targets.

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Port of Amsterdam- Words and Actions

Port of Amsterdam

Port of Amsterdam's CEO Koen Overtoom maps out the port's energy transition.

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Container Efficiency through Cooperation

Port of Rotterdam

Ships calling on multiple terminals will be combining cargo destined for a single container terminal in Rotterdam.

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Interview: Methanol Is Ready for Use as Marine Fuel

Methanol is ready to go as a marine fuel now, and could be playing a much bigger role post-2020.

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The Vision of Marcel Kind - Simwave

Marcel Kind is the co-founder of Simwave, a maritime simulation centre, based near Rotterdam.

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Aftermath of Attack on Bahri's VLCC: What We Know

VLCC

Dryad Maritime provides details on the attack and security picture in the region.

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Interview: QTerminals Targets 21,000+ TEU Boxships

In his 1st international interview, QTerminals CEO speaks about braving the Gulf crisis and developing Hamad Port.

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MULTRATUG 32

Following successful sea trials, Multratug 32 was recently delivered to her owners Novatug, which will lease her to ...

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Interview: The Vision of Essar Ports

CEO & Managing Director of Essar Ports speaks about project development and strategic goals.

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What is the Fast Way to Optimal Ship Design?

Sharing and storing knowledge during the building process of a vessel can be a hassle.

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A Flettner Freighter in the Making

With the Paris Climate Agreement in mind, shipping firms are looking at wind again for efficiency reasons.

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Interview: Unmanned Ships - Are We There Yet?

Oskar Levander speaks of the current state of play with regard to the development of autonomous ships.

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Shore-Based Jobs Big Opportunity for Women to Join Maritime

Automation will bring about shore-based jobs which will appeal to a far larger number of both women and men.

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Share Information for Knowledge to Grow

The industry is moving away from costly forms of traditional maintenance towards smarter condition-based maintenance.

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