Port & Maritime Training News

     

  10 Dec 2018
PSA Corporation and Singapore University of Technology and Design have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to develop talent and support the growth of the port industry

  10 Dec 2018
Gathering covered the importance of 5G and smart tech

  30 Nov 2018
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines has announced that a new training session on ‘snap-back zones’, using virtual reality goggles, has been added to its mariner safety education programme

  30 Nov 2018
MPA warned it could lose bunkering edge as a result

  21 Nov 2018
The International Transport Workers’ Federation and the International Chamber of Shipping have mediated an agreement on a new minimum wage for seafarers

  19 Nov 2018
New ship the latest to employ carbon-cutting technology

  19 Nov 2018
Port authorities agree to build on distribution park

  15 Nov 2018
BPA Chief welcomes agreement but warns of uncertainty

  15 Nov 2018
Kalmar, ABB and Nokia have successfully conducted industrial trials of 5G technology, leveraging its low-latency capabilities to support time-critical applications and enhance protection and efficiency

  14 Nov 2018
Ocean carrier issues trade war warning despite growth

  13 Nov 2018
How Europe’s largest port is operating in the digital future

  13 Nov 2018
Poulsson: Tariffs threaten prosperity of the world

  12 Nov 2018
PM hails ‘historic’ day as Ganges waterway receives its first vessel

  09 Nov 2018
Agreement will give Beijing direct access to Indian Ocean

  09 Nov 2018
As ports and terminals strive for greater connectivity, and seek the most efficient means of transitioning to automated processes, could there be a solution which facilitates this change?

  08 Nov 2018
V.Group, a provider of vessel management services, has announced that it will launch the Seafarer app, a project to transform crew management and the seafarer experience

  06 Nov 2018
Esben Poulsson, Chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping, has called for International Maritime Organization’s STCW Seafarer Training Regime to be revised

  02 Nov 2018
Port Technology has provided a rundown of the five most viewed technical papers from Edition 79: Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies

  02 Nov 2018
Five of the world’s leading port and terminal operators, including DP World and the Port of Rotterdam, have undertaken a week-long recycling initiative to promote sustainable resource usage

  30 Oct 2018
IMB says Gulf of Guinea is still world’s most dangerous region