The British Ports Association (BPA) has launched a new information resource for UK ports dealing with the coronavirus outbreak...
Haropa ports, which runs the Seine Axis ports of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris, is meeting storage capacity constraints with investment, redevelopment and the application of smart technology As with th...
The Belgian Port of Zeebrugge’s 5G-ready, industrial-grade private wireless network deployment has entered its first operational phase...
As multimodal hubs critical to the smooth and continued functioning of multiple European supply chains, European Inland Ports will play a critical role for the European economy during the coronavirus ...
Dear Minister, The outbreak of the corona virus (COVID-19) has developed into a catastrophic event affecting many countries and its citizens around the globe...
IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim has issued the following statement addressing the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the shipping industry and the global supply chain...
ECSA welcomes the Declaration on Waterborne Transport issued on 11 March at the High Level Maritime Ministerial Conference organised by the Croatian Presidency in Opatija...
To install or not to install? Following the IMO 2020 global low sulphur cap for marine fuel effective since 1 January 2020, many shipowners are still evaluating their positioning on whether to install...
EU transport ministers agreed on Wednesday (11 March) that greenhouse gas emissions from the shipping sector need to be reduced significantly...
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has issued brand new guidance for the global shipping industry to help combat the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)...
Consistent implementation of the IMO 2020 regulation which limits sulphur in ships fuel oil has been enhanced from 1 March 2020, with the entry into force of a rule to ban the carriage of non-complian...
Port state control authorities will begin to enforce the IMO’s Sulphur 2020 from 1st March, making it an offense for ships to carry fuel that contains a sulphur content higher than 0...
IBIA says the IMO has developed guidelines for taking so-called “onboard” samples of fuel from ships, a move that will enable relevant authorities to take samples to check if ships are com...
Last week, 17-21 February, European Shipping Week 2020 was held in Brussels, organised by the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA)...
There has been an unprecedented surge of inquiries on how exhaust gas cleaning systems can be fitted at short notice, naval architect and marine engineering specialist Foreship says...
Decarbonisation measures being implemented by the European maritime sector were seen first-hand on 21 February by EU and national policymakers who visited the Port of Antwerp as part of the European S...
On 19 February, ESPO published its Position Paper on the European Green Deal objectives in ports...
Germany's government plans to use the country's EU Council Presidency in the second half of 2020 to advocate a common European maritime economy strategy aimed at strengthening the bloc's c...
On 11 December 2019, Commission President von der Leyen presented her Green Deal for Europe...
The second day of the European Shipping week was filled with contributions by the European social partners for maritime transport – the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF) and the...
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