Atlas Partner with OPITO on Digital Standards Integration
Digital learning technologies company Atlas Knowledge Group is partnering with global oil and gas industry skills and workforce development organization OPITO on a dynamic transformation to the way the energy workers undertake safety-critical emergency response training.
Student, Webb Institute
Upon graduation from Webb Institute, Brianna Louie will have approximately 14 months of internship experience, including time with Foss Maritime Shipyard, Stolt-Nielsen, Carnival Cruise Lines and Crystal Cruises.
AAL Wins Australia Shipping Excellence Awards
AAL, one of the world’s leading breakbulk, project cargo and heavy lift shipping operators, has been awarded the prize for…
Bison Container Scales Get International Certificates
New Zealand tech-company BISON has announced that its portable C-Jacks and C-Legs have just received OIML certification and type approval in Europe.
World's Largest Single-deck Log Ship Calls Tacoma
The world’s largest single-deck bulk/log carrier, Olive Bay, arrived Thursday at The Northwest Seaport Alliance’s West Hylebos log terminal in Tacoma.
Shuster to Return as Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman
U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster (R-PA) has been selected by the House Republican Conference to continue serving as Chairman of the…
New Book for Training ‘Voyage Planning with ECDIS’
Geomares Publishing is introducing a new training book ‘Voyage Planning with ECDIS’, written by Professor Ralph Becker-Heins.
Box Ship Detention Upheld after Appeal
The Australian Maritime Safety Authority’s decision to detain a Hong Kong flagged containership which dumped food waste in…
Over 60,000 Passengers Are Expected for Gotland in 2018
Over 40 ships are already scheduled to put into Gotland in 2018. Activities are fully underway to equip Gotland to handle over 60…
Little Rock Port Authority Adds 157 Acres
The Little Rock Port Authority completed the acquisition of an additional 157 acres to be used for economic development.
Laudable Logistics: Happy Holidays from Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s impressive logistics hub(s) set to get even better. A local look at all of it from the sixth annual Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference provides unique perspective.Hong Kong: This week’s version of the Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference is an eye opener.
Who knows?Without getting tangled up in the politics of last night’s election (is that even possible?), I am reminded that Washington, DC is a place where the abject neglect of the waterfront has always been a bipartisan effort. There is no one and everyone to blame for the sorry state of U.S.
New Regulations Make Certified Shipping Truck Scales Mandatory
SOLAS Treaty – Container Weight Verification Requirements The new mandatory regulations applicable to shippers were released on July 1, 2016, and require that every shipper must verify the gross weight of all containers before they are loaded on board.
10 Things You Didn't Know About the Suez Canal
The Suez Canal, inaugurated in Egypt in December 1869, is one of the amazing industrial achievements that still inspires awe and continues to impress. The Canal was built to connect the North Atlantic ocean with the northern Indian one, considerably reducing the distance between Europe and Asia…
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