The Smart Maritime Council has announced it will support the use of ISO 19848 data standard for ship board machinery and equipment.
DNV GL as unveiled new fire risk notations to be implemented on the Mediterranean Shipping Company's (MSC) 23,000 TEU MSC Gulsun class of container ship.
Nine of the world's biggest carriers, terminal operators and ports are one step closer to launching the Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) after signing a shareholders' agreement.
Evergreen Line has launched GreenX, a new digital platform designed to provide customers with seamless booking capabilities and greater access to integrated trade services.
The Getting to Zero Coalition, part of the Global Maritime Forum, has put forward four key work streams for the maritime industry to make commercial shipping carbon-free.
Octopi, part of Navis and Cargotec Corporation, the provider of operational technologies and services for the maritime sector, has announced a partnership agreement with Chile-based terminal operator Ultraport to implement Octopi TOS at its cargo terminal in Punta Arenas.
Cambodia is going to build a new multi-purpose deep-sea port at the Sihanoukville Port Special Economic Zone (SPEZ) to transport goods directly to the United States.
A.P. Moeller-Maersk (Maersk), the largest container shipping line in the world, has warned that 2020 will be an uncertain year due to the coronavirus, implementation of IMO 2020 and continued macroeconomic difficulties.
The European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP) has described the priorities set out by the EU Green Deal set out by the European Union as "insufficient on their own" and said further measures will be needed if Europe is to reach its goal of carbon neutrality.
Pacific International Lines (PIL) has announced it will be withdrawing from the Transpacific market as part of efforts to make its network more efficient.
The Vado Gateway deep-sea terminal located in Vado Ligure, Italy, has commenced operations and received its first commercial vessel, according to APM Terminals.
A vessel has lost at least five containers approximately 43 kilometres off the Dutch West Frisian Islands, according to the Netherlands Coast Guard.