Following 2019 trials of biofuel blends, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) will now use 30% blends in its vessels on a routine basis.
Port Technology International’s penultimate e-Journal for 2019, edition 91, looks at the future of shipping as the industry approaches a new decade of growth and challenges.
Having operated its vessels at the Port of Liverpool since 1967, Atlantic Container Line (ACL) has agreed a 15-year extension for container and roll-on/roll-off operations at the port until 2035.
Carolina Dybeck Happe, A.P. Moeller-Maersk’s (Maersk), Chief Finance Officer (CFO), has stepped down from the executive board position after less than 12 months in the position.
The Clean Arctic Alliance has welcomed the decision from MSC, the second-biggest container shipping line in the world, to not use the Northern Sea Route (NSR) between Europe and Asia.
Norwegian MPC Container Ships and Hamburg-based Ahrenkiel Steamship have joined the Trident Alliance, an international network of shipping companies partnering for effective enforcement of sulphur regulations.