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IMO Secretary-General spotlights seafarer safety amidst ongoing Red Sea attacks and resurging piracy

Maritime and Ports IMO: International Maritime Organization - 2024-05-15

IMO Secretary-General Arsenio Dominguez has underscored the plight of seafarers on the frontlines of maritime security threats, in light of ongoing attacks on shipping in the Red Sea as well as rising cases of piracy off the coast of Som …

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Decarbonisation of shipping could create up to four million green jobs

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2024-05-09

Decarbonisation of the global maritime industry could support the creation of up to four million green jobs by 2050. …

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Transforming auto shipping: Navigating global challenges with containerisation

Maritime and Ports Automotive Logistics - 2024-05-07

Tight Ro-Ro capacity has led to an increase in the volume of finished vehicles shipped by container but the advantages of doing so suggest a wider adoption which experts in the field say could be here to stay. …

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Emissions quotas bring shipping companies fresh profits…and problems

Maritime and Ports Upply - 2024-04-30

The inclusion of the shipping sector in the European Union's Emissions Trading System means additional revenues for the shipping companies but also the risk of conflicts with their shipper clients. …

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Maritime Technology Global Challenge - solutions for decarbonization selected

Maritime and Ports IMO: International Maritime Organization - 2024-04-25

Funding is being released to develop detailed technical proposals to help accelerate decarbonisation of selected domestic vessels and ports in Africa and the Caribbean, as part of the Maritime Technology Global Challenge, under the IMO C …

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Facilitation Committee tackles digitalization and autonomous shipping

Maritime and Ports International Maritime Organization - 2024-04-16

IMO’s Facilitation Committee has taken steps to further advance the digitalization of the shipping sector, while addressing cyber-security threats and the regulation of new technology such as autonomous ships.  …

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New report provides a blueprint for how ports can supply green methanol and ammonia by 2030

Maritime and Ports Global Maritime Forum - 2024-04-15

The Global Maritime Forum and RMI (founded as the Rocky Mountain Institute), under Mission Innovation’s umbrella, released a report today, 15 April 2024, outlining strategies for ports to become first movers in providing green methanol a …

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Brunswick port increases vehicle traffic and invests for further growth

Maritime and Ports Automotive Logistics - 2024-04-15

The US port of Brunswick processed 740,000 passenger cars and light trucks in 2023, up 13.5% on the previous year (2022), with imports accounting for 75% of the volume (555,000). …

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Lack of digital processes in shipping complicates decarbonization game

Maritime and Ports Offshore Energy - 2024-04-12

There is a potential for significant carbon reductions through the adoption of digital processes in the shipping sector, a new study published by Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) finds. …

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Ro-Ro services set for months of delays after Baltimore bridge disaster

Maritime and Ports The Load Star - 2024-03-28

Ro-ro services through the US east coast are set for months of delays, following the accident that claimed the lives of six people and destroyed a Baltimore bridge. …

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