AI has the potential to revolutionise the global economy and is an area of substantial investment across the world by companies big and small.
The COVID-19, or coronavirus, pandemic has made TEU traffic fall by 23% in Asian shipping lanes since the start of 2020, according to Ocean Insights.
Canada's biggest ports will be badly affected by ongoing rail blockades and protests against the Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline, according to Fitch Ratings.
The Smart Maritime Council has announced it will support the use of ISO 19848 data standard for ship board machinery and equipment.
The World Bank has urged Ukraine to move toward the 'landlord model' of port management in a report that looks at improving the country's maritime industry.
China is critical to the global economy and flow of goods across the world. Port Technology International (PTI) has asked: what are the busiest ports in China?
The Indian government has approved a bill designed to make its maritime sector more efficient by giving its ports more autonomy over governance and decisions.
PTI's latest coronavirus-related insight looks at the effect on the supply chain
As we enter a new decade numerous issues remain, one of which is standardization within the maritime industry. Specifically, data standards.
In partnership with Olam International (Olam) and Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) A.P. Moller Capital will invest in infrastructure in West Africa to create growth and development.
British and Dutch maritime leaders to meet as UK leaves the EU