date of the sulphur cap. The entry into force of the sulphur limit on January 1 2020 is a landmark decision for both the environment and for human health. It demonstrates a clear commitment by IMO to ensuring shipping
meets its environmental obligations. The major focus for IMO and the industry now is to ensure consistent, global implementation of the new limit, Lim said.
rates to the US East Coast have increased by 60% from $2,181 per feu to $3,485 per feu according to the latest SCFI assessment. HMM is swapping three 6,350 teu ships for larger 8,566 teu ships for a west coast service
while CMA CGM is also adding two high capacity extra loaders in September. The 9,953 teu CMA CGM Butterfly will head to the west coast, while the 8,465 teu CMA CGM Melisande is headed to the US Gulf.
by helicopter. The 2,500 dwt tanker Houn Maru was anchored in Osaka Bay before the storm’s arrival. She dragged anchor and struck the bridge, photos from the scene showed significant damage to the bridge structure, with
the starboard side of the vessel’s wheelhouse entangled with the bridge deck. The allision forced local authorities to close the causeway to car traffic and to halt the bridge’s rail line.
title, with sister ship Vision of The Fjords taking the prize in 2016. While Vision, with its hybrid solution, marked the start of a journey in green propulsion, Future, a true zero emission, silent running vessel, fulfills the company’s dream. Future
of The Fjords is the worlds first all-electric carbon fibre vessel.
the RPA plans to invest some 75 M to buy 30% of Pecem ports share capital. In addition to the equity interest the Rotterdam port landlord will obtain joint control of strategic decisions and positions at executive board, supervisory board and management
level. The dedicated container terminal at Pecem is operated since 2008 by APM Terminals.
autonomous and remotely operated ships. A new set of sensor, connectivity, analysis, and control functions in maritime technologies is laying the foundation for remote and autonomous operations in shipping, says Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen,
CEO of DNV GL Maritime. Increased automation, whether in the form of decision support, remote operation, or autonomy, has the potential to improve the safety, efficiency and environmental performance of shipping. To reach this potential, the industry needs
a robust set of standards that enables new systems to reach the market and ensure that these technologies are safely implemented.
storm, which is expected to strengthen into a category 1 hurricane with winds of at least 74 miles per hour (119 km/h), shifted eastward, reducing its threat to major production areas and most Gulf Coast refineries. Companies
evacuated 54 offshore platforms and halted 156,907 barrels per day of oil production and 232 million cubic feet per day of natural gas output.
at the SMM 2018 opening press conference on Tuesday, Frank Starke, ceo of Caterpillar Motoren said: We are trying to work across the industry to develop new technologies because this is not going to be an evolution there are going to be some revolutionary
steps if we’re going to get that 50%.
said that the fuel costs will rise significantly due to the enforcement of the 2020 sulphur cap. We have a real problem in our hands, and we need to figure out what are we going to do about it, Jansen said. Hapag-Lloyd
revealed in its half-year results for 2018, that it was preparing two pilot projects as a way of getting ready for the sulphur cap.
United States condemns Russias harassment of international shipping in the Sea of Azov and the Kerch Strait, Heather Nauert, Spokesperson for the United States Department of State, said in a statement, urging Russia to stop such actions. It is claimed, Russias
actions to impede maritime transit are further examples of its ongoing campaign to undermine and destabilize Ukraine".
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