The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has responded to a surge in container volumes, revealing a “comprehensive” 30-year plan for future growth
Hitachi has announced the delivery of its sulphur testing equipment to MPA Singapore and the Australian Maritime Safety Authority
The Danish Maritime Authority has revealed that it is developing the world’s first digital shipping register, with the platform expected to arrive by 2020
Those of you who were lucky enough to join us at CTAC this year will be familiar with the 'live' interview of Athena – the advanced AI 2.0 system from INFORM’s 2038: A Smart Port Story novella.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has responded to China’s decision to raise the security level for its vessels heading through the Strait of Malacca
Wärtsilä has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry to support the growth of its exhaust gas cleaning systems
APM Terminals Gothenburg (APMT) has announced that its new standard procedures for container lashing, which includes what it describes as ‘Lean’ methodology, has cut quay crane waiting times by approximately 90%.
The MEI CHENG 866, a Chinese-flagged containership, ran aground and sank in the early hours of July 4, 2019, after being caught in a storm in the Gulf of Tonkin, according to reports.
Wärtsilä, a provider of smart technologies, has delivered the first vessel fitted with its HY hybrid power module solution to the Port of Luleå, Sweden
A second phase of development at the Port of Tuas, Singapore’s next-generation trade hub, has commenced
Shippers association Gemini Shippers Group has become the latest organization to enter the Blockchain in Transport Alliance
Hapag-Lloyd, the fifth biggest container shipping line in the world by market share, has placed a record order for 13,420 refrigerated containers, known as reefers, which are set for delivery in November 2019.