Industry Sectors - Port & Maritime Training



Are TOS Systems Efficient Enough for SMTs?

  The Automation, Training & Simulation Issue

SMT's show strong willingness to change and improve, but they need to do so with little investment, and limited impact. Not only do they need pre-configured software, but they also need a provider who comes...

  Automation and Optimisation, Global Issues, Port & Maritime Training


MPA and IBM Complete Traffic Control Trial

 22 Aug 2017

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and American computer company IBM have piloted three new analytics-based modules to improve management of Singapore's growing vessel traffic

  Automation and Optimisation, Carriers, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Security, Surveillance and Detection, Shipping


Cambodia Builds $209 Million Terminal

 22 Aug 2017

Japan’s government has agreed to provide a low-interest loan to build a new Cambodian container terminal as part of an expansion project for Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (PAS)

  Global Issues, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping


Ghana Fields Paperless Customs Queries

 22 Aug 2017

Ghana Ports & Harbours Authority (GPHA) has announced that no layoffs are required for implementing paperless customs at national ports

  Automation and Optimisation, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Security, Surveillance and Detection



Friday Focus: Vancouver Vessels ‘Go Slow’ For Orcas

 18 Aug 2017

Most vessels visiting the Port of Vancouver have honoured a request to sail more slowly to protect killer whales in Haro Strait

  Carriers, Environment and Sustainability, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping


LA Port to Open GE Data Portal to Carriers

 18 Aug 2017

Los Angeles Port has plans to open to the general industry a data sharing pilot in which Maersk Line is a participant

  Automation and Optimisation, Carriers, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance


Tripoli Port to Profit From Syrian Rebuild

 18 Aug 2017

Tripoli Port on the Lebanon-Syria Border stands to add volumes to make up for Syrian ports amid a post-war construction boom

  Carriers, Dry Bulk and Specialist Cargo Handling, Global Issues, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping


RFID Prevents Cargo Theft in Nepal

 17 Aug 2017

US-and-Japan-backed Asian Development Bank is funding a pilot for Nepal-bound cargo to employ radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on containers to prevent tampering and diversion en route, according to The Hindu.

  Automation and Optimisation, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Security, Surveillance and Detection, Supply Chain


Port of Oakland Amps Up Shore Power

 16 Aug 2017

California’s Oakland Port has commissioned a new, 200-foot cable-on-reel system for use by vessels berthing at Oakland International Container Terminal.

  Carriers, Environment and Sustainability, Port & Maritime Training, Port Focus, Port Planning & Finance, Shipping, Terminal Focus