PTI welcomes the keynote and session speaker, esteemed business thought leader Inna Kuznetsova, President and COO at INTTRA, to the growing list of professionals sharing their knowledge at the upcoming Terminal Automation & Training C-Level Networking Conference taking place April 19-20, 2017, in London.
PTI is greatly anticipating the return of Neil Davidson, Senior Analyst of Ports and Terminals with Drewry Maritime Research and a regular contributor to the journal, as a speaker for PTI’s upcoming Terminal Automation & Training C-Level Networking Conference taking place April, 19-20, 2017, London
Daniel Reiss, President of Automated Terminal Systems, and Dr Joseph H. Discenza have composed a joint whitepaper exploring how automation “does not deliver on its promises” yet, if it follows the correct formula, can
The barometer on the state of health of the dry bulk market is usually reflected in the performance of the Baltic Dry Index (BDI), which is based on a composite of the Capesize, Panamax, Handy-size and Supramax indices. The outlook, based on its past performance, is bleak at the moment
The Chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping, Esben Poulsson, has set out what the industry would like the International Maritime Organization to achieve as part of its CO2 reduction strategy for the shipping sector.
Greece-based tanker operator Aegean Shipping Management, S.A., will pay a penalty of US$2 million after pleading guilty to violating the US Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships (APPS) and obstruction of justice related to the illegal discharges of oily bilge waste from the chemical tanker T/V Green Sky in 2015.
This Friday PTI presents a new video from YouTuber and Third Mate of an OOCL vessel JeffHK, where he explains the centralised computer systems and gives you a tour around the bridge, the centre of all operations.
Lase, a specialist in laser-based sensor applications for the shipping industry, has achieved a new milestone in its Load Collision Prevention System -3D-2D product development after meeting performance levels for safety standards in the port industry and receiving certification by the German Employers' Liability Insurance Association.
Navis is venturing into new waters by installing its MACS3 loading computer across eleven mega-ships, all 20,000 TEU or more, being constructed in China. The system has never been used to load cargo on vessels of this size before.