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Shipping activities expected to resume in coming days using a second shiploader at the southern berth of pier 4 where the blaze took place, miner says
The partners hope the plant located next to Hamburg’s container terminal could be producing up 100 MW of green hydrogen in 2025 and could spur the development of a broader green energy hub
ABB Marine & Ports believes the industry needs to see the bigger picture — the focus on public health and protection of the environment. That will show which digital solutions should be prioritised
Rainmaking aims to achieve greater collaboration between clients and industry decision makers through its open innovation platform
The Pilbara Ports Authority has started clearing the anchorages of Port Hedland of large vessels and has directed all ships to sail and clear the inner anchorages
Company says an offering is expected to take place after the US regulator completes its review process, subject to market and other conditions
The company is part of a consortium, including Bill Gates-backed TerraPower, that is bringing to market a small, modular, scalable nuclear power unit that is 95 times more efficient than conventional light water nuclear reactors, leaves minimal waste, has a lifetime fuel cycle of up to 30 years and running costs lower than marine gas oil and liquefied natural gas
Under the programmes, the port will offer terminal operators two ways to earn financial rewards: one for shortening the time it takes to process trucks dropping off and/or picking up cargo, and the other for trucks handling both transactions in the same trip
Cordero issues appeal for Covid-19 vaccine to be distributed immediately to longshore and other waterfront workers in the US, noting that ‘these essential workers have kept this country’s supply chain functioning since Day One of the pandemic, and they are at high risk’
Businesses are optimistic that trade levels will return to pre-pandemic levels within two years. But supply chains are likely to change as businesses seek more resilience
The continuing surge in container demand is leading to more ports and carriers reporting delayed shipments. Even if shippers can find a container, there is no guarantee it will be lifted
While some cargoes have been diverted, most of the vessels have been waiting in Chinese anchorage since June last year, with September and October other notable months for delays, Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows
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