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Malaysia’s Tanjung Pelepas adopts AI to improve port efficiency

Tanjung Pelepas is deploying the the MarineM system, from Singapore’s Innovez One

Malaysia Ports and Logistics

Aleutian Islands ‘well situated’ to be hydrogen bunkering stop

Islands off Alaska are a natural half-way hydrogen bunkering stop. There is strong case for federal funding to kickstart the market, says a study by the International Council on Clean Transportation 

United States Sustainability

UK ports call for decarbonisation support

Ports are contributing to the economy, but need further help with infrastructure investment. The sector provides $13bn to UK economy

Europe United Kingdom

Ukraine’s major wartime export route facing major challenges

Ukraine’s only operating ports — Reni, Izmail and Kiliia — have a vital role to play in facilitating international trade. They are limited by insufficient investment and inadequate infrastructure

Russian Federation Ukraine
Environment

Aleutian Islands ‘well situated’ to be hydrogen bunkering stop

Islands off Alaska are a natural half-way hydrogen bunkering stop. There is strong case for federal funding to kickstart the market, says a study by the International Council on Clean Transportation 

United States Sustainability

Matson advancing gas-fuelled boxship plans

US container and ro-ro vessel vessel operator set to retrofit a 3,620 teu containership to operate on liquefied natural gas. At least three other ships in the Matson fleet could follow

Containers Bunkers

Maritime centre drafts procedures for handling ammonia

‘If we manage to bunker ammonia safely here in Singapore, the model can be replicated around the world,’ says DNV regional manager

Singapore Sustainability

CMA CGM teams with MPA on maritime decarbonisation push

The agreement will aim to improve maritime training and skills development and explore collaboration opportunities in the digitalisation space, including maritime cyber security and just-in-time shipping

International Singapore
Shipbuilding

The week in newbuildings: Dry cargo sector sees revival

Orders for bulk carrier newbuildings are at their highest levels since last October, with ultramax and kamsarmax units making up the lion’s share of contracts

Containers Dry Bulk

CDB Leasing returns to New Dayang yard for dry bulker order

CDB Leasing said its stable long-term relationship with the builder, now part of state-owned Sumec Group, has helped it strike a deal at a price below the market rate

China Dry Bulk

Rising newbuild LNG carrier prices face downside risks

The last time the value of large newbuilding LNG carriers reached such heights was during the shipbuilding super-cycle just before the 2008 global financial meltdown

Asia Pacific Europe

HJ Shipbuilding secures dual-fuel containership order from Navios

Excluding options, the order will bring the number of newbuildings won by the builder this year to eight worth a total of about $650m

Asia Pacific Containers
Technology & Innovation

Digital solutions are here to stay — but not through disruption

Few new entrants to the sector are expected to survive, but collectively they will transform the way the industry operates

Technology and Innovation Digitalisation

Aleutian Islands ‘well situated’ to be hydrogen bunkering stop

Islands off Alaska are a natural half-way hydrogen bunkering stop. There is strong case for federal funding to kickstart the market, says a study by the International Council on Clean Transportation 

United States Sustainability

Maersk foundation puts another $45m into zero-carbon group

AP Moller Foundation has donated another $45m to the non-profit Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, the group set up to pursue and co-ordinate decarbonisation projects

International Denmark
INTERVIEW

Cargill: It’s time to double down on efficiency technology

Shipping must get comfortable with being uncomfortable when it comes to climate investments. Unless there is a significant shift in the willingness of industry stakeholders to back projects and see them scale up, the industry’s current misalignment with emissions reduction targets will only widen

Sustainability Dry Bulk
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