Port & Maritime Training News

     

  15 Aug 2018
Firefighting ship to aid Shipping Corporation of India vessel

  14 Aug 2018
Konecranes has published a new video outlining a safety study it conducted into the source of overhead crane incidents

  09 Aug 2018
Policy makers take aim with $16 billion worth of duties

  07 Aug 2018
Huge investment in technology could turn the country into global hub

  07 Aug 2018
New technologies key to staying competitive

  31 Jul 2018
Supply chain companies collaborate to explore the potential of new technolgy

  26 Jul 2018
Changes will come into effect imminently

  18 Jul 2018
As part of their 70th anniversary, the International Maritime Organisation has released a new video

  12 Jul 2018
French Polynesia’s Tahiti island capital of Papeete has smart port capabilities after investing in an intelligent cargo system

  12 Jul 2018
Tests part of both countries’ continued collaboration

  09 Jul 2018
Deal will see tech giant be Australia’s tech partner

  05 Jul 2018
Port Technology is able to offer, for a limited amount of time, all its papers from the most popular and latest edition of its journal ‘Linking the Supply Chain’ as free to access

  05 Jul 2018
In the same year as the IMO marks its 70th anniversary, the World Maritime University is commemorating 35 years since its inauguration

  27 Jun 2018
The ITF Seafarers’ Trust and the World Maritime University have announced a new seafarer welfare training programme

Darden College of Education at the Old Dominion University campus. Image courtesy of the Old Dominion University.   05 Jun 2018
The port of Virginia and the Old Dominion University (ODU) are collaborating with Navis to offer software training courses using N4

  04 Jun 2018
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has published a report on crane operator health and safety

  30 May 2018
Port Technology is proud to announce that the latest edition of the journal is now available online

  18 May 2018
CM Labs Simulations will showcase its latest port quayside and yard training solutions at TOC Europe 2018

  04 May 2018
Ports of Auckland in New Zealand will be the first facility to test new simulation-based training technology for operators who remotely use ZPMC ship-to-shore cranes

  03 May 2018
DP World has signed an MoU for a strategic skills development programme which will focus on leadership and business management with the renowned Erasmus University