Imagine what it would take to cut a three-hour journey to just 30 minutes and being able to transport cargo across some of the most hostile terrains cleanly and seamlessly.
North Carolina Ports has announced the arrival of a Vortex port equipment simulator, which will help the operator to prepare for handling “cargoes of the future”
TradeLens, the blockchain-based platform launched by Maersk and IBM, will formally launch in Russia after a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed with the Russian Ministry of Transport.
DP World has signed an agreement with the Russian Direct Investment Fund, the ROSATOM, global leaders in nuclear technologies and infrastructure, and Norilsk Nickel, one of the world’s leaders in palladium and high-quality nickel production, to develop the Northern Sea Route (NSR).
Navis has announced that Five Continents International Container Terminal has successfully automated 31 rail-mounted gantry cranes
Edition 85: Supply Chain Collaboration is now available and features an exclusive paper from MIT professor and supply chain expert Yossi Sheffi
With the goal of building a fully automated container terminal that offers high productivity and a safer environment, QQCTN opted for Navis’ N4 TOS
Wilhelmsen, a provider of smart solutions, has revealed that its latest rope technology will increase the safety and efficiency of vessel mooring operations
The Port of Savannah, home to the largest single container terminal facility in the western hemisphere, and the St Louis Regional Freightway have signed a deal to build a US$220 million rail facility to improve the regional and wider US supply chain.
The construction of a 450-metre quay at Stockholm Norvik Port has been completed, marking a significant milestone in the development of Sweden’s newest RoRo and container handling facility
COSCO Shipping Ports’ Abu Dhabi Terminal has solidified its position as major trade hub after welcoming two of the world’s largest container vessels
The governments of Japan, India and Sri Lanka have struck a deal to jointly develop a terminal at the Port of Colombo in order to meet the growing importance of the Indian Ocean to world trade