A lack of infrastructure and continued opposition on environmental grounds mean the Arctic is unlikely to see commercial shipping in the
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The Port of Valencia cut its carbon emissions by 30% between 2008 and 2019, while also increasing its maritime traffic by
The Northwest Ports of Vancouver, Seattle, and Tacoma, and the Northwest Seaport Alliance (NWSA) have committed to phasing out emissions from
DP World has signed a strategic partnership with Fakeh University Hospital in what it has described as a “first-of-its-kind” logistics collaboration.
Public financing is “critical” for ports and terminals to take on the risk of investment in electrical equipment and resilience. The
The CMA CGM Group is supporting the production of 12,000 tonnes of renewable green gas biomethane to offer to customers as
The Port of Long Beach (PoLB) expects its power demand on the electricity grid “to triple or quadruple” by 2035 from
The Port of Antwerp will expand its truck capacity by increasing the number of parking spaces available on the left bank
The Port of Esbjerg is perfectly-sized to take on ambitious digitalisation projects that can be a lighthouse for players in maritime.
Rotterdam-based company K-tainer has launched One-Way Containers to cut costs and carbon emissions in the transportation of empty containers at sea
Challenges on ship-to-ship bunkering and supply chain resilience in ports will be some of the questions addressed in a new Memorandum
Vessels using the Port of Antwerp can now access FlexFueler 002 for ship-to-ship bunkering of Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) at the