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When the full threat of Covid-19 became apparent, DNV GL was able to ramp up an already successful existing service — remote surveys. With the first trials in 2018 and full fleet-wide access from February 2019, DNV GL has been a pioneer in this field
Listen to the first of three special edition podcasts produced in association with DNV GL examining the tectonic shift shaping shipping's future: decarbonisation, alternative fuels and digitalisation
Tunnel vision: Suez Canal Container Terminal eyes gateway gains as landmark project opens window of opportunity
The road tunnels have created vital links between the east’s sparsely populated Sinai Peninsula and Egypt’s industrial heartland and capital Cairo in the west
RWG brings a mix of innovations in equipment, processes and digitalisation, as well as organisational innovations
Given that the lifetime of newly-ordered ships will be 20-25 years, the internal combustion engine will likely remain ships’ dominant power source for two decades and probably longer. However, shipowners should seize the opportunity to decide which fuel types will be considered acceptable in future and prioritise gaining experience with as many as possible
Wärtsilä pioneered equipping engines with the ability to record data and offering analysis services of the data collected. With today’s more effective marine communications, the benefits have increased exponentially
More shipping leaders are realising that change is happening. They accept that improvisation is only a temporary fix while transformation is more long-term and sustainable
The various targets in the IMO Roadmap are not yet regulatory but there is huge pressure for them to become so
With the world still in the grip of a global pandemic, shipping companies need to reassess the measures they have in place to meet environmental compliance
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