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.

Spotted: Port Saint John Welcomes Two Giant Cranes

Canada’s Port Saint John welcomed two Post-Panamax gantry cranes on October 29, 2016, which are intended for ...

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Oldendorff Carriers Buys Two Second-Hand Bulkers

German shipowner and operator Oldendorff Carriers is expanding its fleet with two more second-hand vessels, the ...

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German Shipping Firm Sells Four Post Panamaxes

German shipping company NSC Schifffahrtsgesellschaft has sold four of its Post Panamax dry bulk carriers to an ...

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North Carolina Ports Makes Room for Bigger Ships

As the North Carolina Ports Authority completed the expansion project of its turning basin at the Port of ...

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Norden Sells Four Post-Panamax Bulkers

Danish shipping company Dampskibsselskabet NORDEN A/S (Norden) has sold four of its Post-Panamax vessels, as it ...

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Spotted: WWL Gets New HERO

Norwegian company Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) has added another Post-Panamax vessel – the Theben. ...

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NW Seaport Alliance Getting Megaship-Ready

The Northwest Seaport Alliance, a newly-created marine cargo operating partnership of the Port of Seattle and Port ...

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Höegh Names Newest Post Panamax PCTC

Norwegian provider of RoRo transportation services Höegh Autoliners has named its New Horizon class vessel Höegh ...

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Safe Bulkers Fixes Its Post-Panamax Vessel

Monaco-based drybulk transportation company Safe Bulkers has entered into a time charter deal for one of its 87,000 ...

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Barbours Cut Now Deep Enough for Post-Panamaxes

The Houston Pilots Association has given authorization for the Port of Houston Authority to receive vessels with a ...

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PortMiami Ready for Post-Panamaxes

The 5,094 TEU CMA CGM MARLIN ushered in the big ship era at the PortMiami by becoming the first vessel to test the ...

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Flinders Adds Lifting Power to Adelaide Terminal

Flinders Adds Lifting Power to Adelaide Terminal

South Australia’s container terminal operator, Flinders Adelaide Container Terminal, has added two new ...

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Orders Stacking Up for Green Dolphin 84s

Greek shipowner W Marine Inc. has ordered a series of post-Panamax bulk carriers based on the Green Dolphin 84S ...

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ACP: Training Prior to Opening

Before the offical opening of the Third Set of Locks, the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) will charter a Post-Panamax ...

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TTS Group Wins More Work from Hyundai Heavy

TTS Group ASA has, through its subsidiary TTS Marine AB in Gothenburg, signed two separate contracts with Hyundai ...

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New Equipment Contracts for TTS

TTS Group ASA through its subsidiary TTS Marine AB in Sweden has received confirmation for delivery of four ...

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Sasebo Heavy to Build Bulk Carrier for Quintana Shipping

Quintana Shipping Ltd, Itochu Corporation and Sasebo Heavy have signed a contract for the construction of a ...

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SFL Acquires Two Post-Panamax Container Vessels

Ship Finance International Limited (SFL) today entered into an agreement to acquire two 5,800 teu post-panamax ...

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Star Bulk Takes Delivery of Its Second Post-Panamax ...

Star Bulk Carriers Corp., has taken delivery of M/V Star Sirius, a Post-Panamax bulk carrier of approximately ...

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PCA Invests in New Tugs for Post-Panamax Era (USA)

The Panama Canal Authority is investing in very powerful tugs for the Post-Panamax era. 14 tractor tugs and 13 ASD ...

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Wallenius Lines Declares Option for Two Post-Panamax Vessels

Wallenius Lines has declared an option for two additional Post Panamax vessels to be built at Tianjin Xingang ...

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