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Henry: Industry Is Not Doing Enough to Empower Women

The percentage of women in the maritime industry is very low and has not changed for years.

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Saudi Arabia: Registering a Ship Now Takes Less Than 2 Mins

The Saudi Arabian flagged fleet grew by 28 percent in 2018.

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Karigithu: Port Development Key for Blue Economy

Kenya is undertaking critical infrastructure projects to facilitate the country’s Blue Economy.

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Kitack Lim: “Without Sustainability, We Cannot Survive”

Sustainable practices should be central to commercial activities of shipping companies, IMO Secretary-General said.

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Demand for Scrubbers to Last at Least 30 Years, EGCSA Says


There will be at least 4,000 ships fitted with scrubbers in 2020, Exhaust Gas Cleaning System Association estimates.

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Essar Ports: Green Ports Are the Future of the Industry

Hazira Port

The company took numerous steps and has invested in reduction of the carbon footprint at its four terminals.

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Scrubbers to Eventually Need Constant Washwater Monitoring?


Coomber: There are no guarantees that scrubbers will eventually function within specification without monitoring.

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Readers’ Picks of the Week

Here are our most popular articles from last week.

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Here’s What Industry Leaders Told Us during Nor-Shipping…

Nor-Shipping 2019

Take a look at our collection of interviews with industry leaders during Nor-Shipping 2019.

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Video Interview: Oslo Set to Become Zero-Emission Port

Oslo Port

Norwegian Port of Oslo is looking to expand further while meeting ambitious targets for reducing GHG emissions.

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Video Interview: Iridium Can Be the Backbone of Digital Ship

Iridium Communications

Iridium Communications: The first terminal designed to provide global GMDSS services is to launch in January 2020.

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Video Interview: Kitesurfing for Ships Explained


A fully automated power kite capable of towing vessels is entering the merchant shipping market.

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WinGD Blazes Trail in Building Engines of the Future


WinGD’s Volkmar Galke speaks about the industry’s decarbonization path and available fuels.

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Baby Steps Key for Creating Autonomous Maritime Ecosystem

One Sea

One Sea: The transition towards autonomous shipping can be achieved in small steps.

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xChange: Ins and Outs of Demurrage and Detention


For most companies and container types, demurrage fees are close to USD 100 per container and per day.

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Interoperability Key for Container Shipping to Evolve


CIO of MSC: Interoperability will be a key element for the industry to adapt to the digital era.

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DCSA: Digital Standards Will Not Rule Out Customization

DCSA doesn’t advocate that “one size fits all” when it comes to digital standardization.

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Shipowners Not Ready to Give Up Control to Intelligent Ships

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

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Shipowners Not Very Concerned about Scrubber Discharge Bans

Othman: Shipowners that have already chosen scrubbers do not seem to be very concerned about recent bans.

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Interview: The Ins and Outs of Scrubbers

Erik Haveman, Sales Director, Exhaust Gas Cleaning, Alfa Laval

Alfa Laval believes that the business case for scrubbers is very compelling.

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Bigger Ships on the Horizon for Fujairah Terminals

CEO of Fujairah Terminals

Ahmed Al Mutawa, CEO of Fujairah Terminals, updates on the progress with expansion plans at the port.

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