Malaysia has sent 150 containers of plastic waste to 13 countries since July 2019 as it continues its struggle with pollution.
Nations around the Singapore Strait have been urged to improve surveillance and patrols after the waterway suffered an increase in piracy-related incidents in 2019.
US-based Norfolk Southern Railway has ordered six Kuenz Freeriders – 11 Wide and 1 over 4, according to a 16 January announcement.
The Panama Canal Authority has announced new measures to sustain an operational level of water in the Gatun Lake, the main source of water for the waterway.
The Port of Singapore enjoyed its best year ever in 2019 as it handled a record 37.2 million TEU despite a challenging environment for global trade.
The Port of Salalah, the biggest port in Oman, has become the latest port to join TradeLens, the blockchain-enabled digital shipping platform.
Under the Ocean Alliance Day 4 product CMA CGM, Cosco Shipping, Evergreen and OOCL have outlined the latest service offering which will begin in April 2020.
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has concluded a comprehensive software and maintenance and support agreement with Australian terminal operator Patrick Terminals.
The past 12 months have seen significant change in the maritime industry. Shipping has seen major progress in a number of areas including the expansion of the global mega-ship fleet, examination of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) and US-China trade all continuing to affect the fortunes of ports, carriers and stakeholders.
The Navis stowage planning tool, StowMan, has been upgraded with the Navis Control Center and Distributed Services as the company announced the first customer for the enhanced application.
PD Ports, a major UK port operator, has concluded the first phase of a multi-million-pound steel handling facility at Groveport in partnership with All Steels Trading, the company announced on 28 November.