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Maritime Safety - Enclosed Space Safety

Jun 23, 2023

It's nearly 45 years since the tragedy on the ANCO Duke where seven crew died at the bottom of the tank they were cleaning. “I was working on chemical tankers then. All the crew felt this terrible loss of life and took on tank entries with a heightened safety focus…

Training Tips for Ships: Empowering Seafarers with AI

Jun 21, 2023

In the maritime industry, seafarer safety and professionalism are critical to ensuring smooth operations and minimizing risks. As technical advancements continue to reshape every industry including ours, large language models like ChatGPT and…

NSB Invests in New Simulator

Jun 20, 2023

NSB GROUP will work with Wärtsilä on the technical upgrade of the simulator of its NSBacademy. Since 2007 NSB is training Nautical Officers in its own Maritime Training Center. The retrofit for the technical update began in June and is expected to last three months…

Newport Shipping, NSB Group Tout Ship Widening Collaboration

Jun 19, 2023

Newport Shipping and NSB Group announced a plan to work together to develop their ship widening proposition for its customers. The NSB Group design will increase container capacity by up to 30% by implementing its unique widening concept, according…

IEC Telecom Debuts Starlink-Powered LEO-based Solution

Jun 19, 2023

IEC Telecom will showcase the benefits of LEO connectivity to the Philippine maritime sector when it takes part in this week’s PhilMarine, an exhibition which gathers key national stakeholders and international specialists.IEC Telecom will showcase…

ECDIS is Not a Replacement for Terrestrial Navigation

Jun 19, 2023

I guess it was only a matter of time. After years of debating whether or not Celestial Navigation should be taught it is now time to debate the relevance of Terrestrial Navigation. The argument is same: why do I need to know this if there is technology available to do it for me…

Brisbane's Patrick Terminals Receives Cabinless STS Container Crane

Jun 14, 2023

A new cutting-edge cabinless ship-to-shore container crane recently entered service at Patrick Terminals - Brisbane AutoStrad in Australia, where it is already hard at work handling container vessels and automated landside operations.The crane from Liebherr Container Cranes Ltd…

Ardmore Shipping Builds a Better Fleet

Jun 14, 2023

Garry Noonan, Director, Innovation, Ardmore Shipping is candid in discussing emerging technologies and their impact on ship fuel and emissions reductions. With a fleet of product and chemical tankers under his guise, Noonan gives insights on technologies that he has seen work…

PowerCon Installs Shore Power for Cruiseport Rotterdam

Jun 13, 2023

Denmark-based PowerCon has been appointed to realize the shore power installation of Cruiseport Rotterdam. Peter Castberg Knudsen, partner of PowerCon, and Mai Elmar, director of Cruiseport Rotterdam and Cruiseport Shore Power (CSP), signed the agreement June 2…

Kalmar's New Reachstackers Made Using Emission-free Steel

Jun 13, 2023

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, claims new sustainability options make its eco-efficient electric reachstacker the world’s most sustainable.Customers now have the option of having their electric reachstacker constructed with 47% SSAB Zero steel, which…

HHLA Orders Automated Ship to Shore Container Cranes

Jun 12, 2023

Liebherr Container Cranes has sold three large dual trolley ship to shore container cranes (STS) to Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) for use at their container terminal Altenwerder (CTA) in the Port of Hamburg.The cranes have a safe working load of 75 t twin lift at an outreach of 61 m…

Port of Seattle Commissions Third Shore Power System at Pier 66

Jun 12, 2023

The Port of Seattle is installing a third shore power system at Pier 66, making it the world’s first port with three of the systems for cruise ships. The technology can significantly reduce emissions and improve air quality by allowing ships…

Jobs at Stake as California Port Terminal Upgrades to Green Technology

Jun 08, 2023

Unions hope a $30 million grant to electrify tractors in a Long Beach, California, port terminal's final push to become the world's first zero-emissions facility will serve as a bulwark against lost jobs in an era of energy transition and increasing automation…

Armach’s Robot Hull Cleaning Service Takes Next Steps Toward Commercialization

Jun 02, 2023

Maritime Reporter & Engineering News recently caught up with Karl Lander, Director of Regulatory Compliance and Outreach at maritime tech startup Armach Robotics, to hear the latest progress on its unique, small platform, intelligence-driven hull cleaning solution…

Data-Driven Voyage Optimization: The Demise of the Data Silo

Jun 01, 2023

We’ve had the means for a while, now we have the incentive to crush the data siloes that are holding back voyage optimization.Like kids in the sandpit, owners and charterers are being forced to share, perhaps more than they really want to. The IMO and the EU…

Logistics News

Vitol Bunkers Receives its First Biofuel Barge in Asia

Vitol Bunkers Receives its First Biofuel Barge in Asia

Biden Executive Order Targets Cybersecurity at US Ports

Biden Executive Order Targets Cybersecurity at US Ports

ARC Keeps the Cargo Rolling

ARC Keeps the Cargo Rolling

Cavotec Inks Service Deal with APM Terminals at the Port of Tanger Med

Cavotec Inks Service Deal with APM Terminals at the Port of Tanger Med

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