MOL Chemical Tankers has equipped its vessels with spectrophotometers that allow seafarers to monitor all tank cleaning operations as they happen, without having to enter the confined spaces of the cargo tanks
As a founding member of the IMO, Australia will continue to champion organisational reform to strengthen the institution, while making it more balanced, fair and inclusive
By interacting with the latest available autonomous technologies and working within joint industry projects, ClassNK is playing a key role in an extraordinary chapter of digital advancement in shipping
The IMO’s next environmental targets will require ships to cut CO2 intensity by 40% by 2030 and by 70% by 2050 compared with 2008, while the European Union is to include shipping in its Emissions Trading System starting in January next year
ClassNK experts Yukihito Fujinami and Tomoaki Yamada join the Lloyd’s List Podcast to discuss what the key elements are for designing the safety requirements for autonomous ships, what progress is being made, and how the organisation itself aims to contribute to the industry’s automation efforts
SAGT has been at the forefront of Port of Colombo’s drive for speedy delivery of import containers, introducing a simple email-based process for the processing of documents and issuance of electronic delivery advice
Connectivity between ship and shore will be cascaded to the next level when the industry emerges from Covid-19
In this Expert Focus video, produced as part of Lloyd’s List’s Future of Shipping programme, Wärtsilä director of R&D and engineering Juha Kytölä talks about the potential of a dual-fuel transition for shipping
In this Expert Focus video, produced as part of Lloyd’s List’s Future of Shipping programme, OrbitMI chief executive officer Ali Riaz discusses how business models can play a role in shipping’s decarbonisation
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