China's powerful Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has eliminated its "white list" of favored shipyards, effective immediately.

Sweden fills fourth place in the Top Ten of the Port of Hamburg trading partners and is a strong economy. With 11.8 percent growth to 334,000 TEU in 2018, the kingdom made a positive showing among Baltic container traffic services. Sweden actually ranks second among trading partners in Europe. With the advance based on loaded boxes, the process of catching up is already in its second year.

The physical signs and socio-economic impacts of climate change are accelerating as record greenhouse gas concentrations drive global temperatures towards increasingly dangerous levels, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

All the details are ready for the 3D printers show to be held at Expo F, the International Trade Fair for Hardware Tools & Construction Materials in Panama City, Panama, on July 25 to 27.

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), which represents the global shipping industry, is very concerned by reports that a merchant ship, the Palau-flagged tanker 'Elhiblu 1', had been taken over by migrants rescued in the Mediterranean Sea, reportedly because the ship was going to return the some 100 rescued persons to Libya.

The ninth edition of the Transport Week conference concluded today in Gdynia, Poland. The conference, which took place on 5-7 March, 2019, focused on topics related to the state of the market of the port industry and current and upcoming port investments, as well as the innovative processes which will drive the development of the port sector in the future.

Around 200 participants gathered during the first day of the ninth edition of the Transport Weeek conference. The event, held at the Courtyard by Marriott Waterfront hotel in Gdynia, Poland, on 5-7 March, 2019, focused on port investments, in-depth analysis of the port market, accompanied by an outlook for the near future.

On 10 May, Port of Hamburg Marketing will be offering those who have always wondered how cargo handling in the Port of Hamburg functions very special company visits to mark HAMBURG PORT ANIVERSARY. Compiled with help from numerous operators, this year the five tours for private individuals will once again provide vivid impressions of seaborne cargo handling. The program includes gigantic container terminals and fascinating logistics providers. What's special about the tours is that as a rule, private individuals are not permitted to enter the terminals, something that's only possible during HAMBURG PORT ANIVERSARY.

The Bahraini-based boat builder will commemorate their introduction to the KYS with the official unveiling of their newest fleet addition, the ‘Suprema 36’

Maersk GTD among keynote speakers confirmed as TOC Europe debates the digitalisation of global container trades on 18-20 June 2019

The London Stock Exchange Group has recognised Imperial Logistics’ healthcare business in Nigeria, Worldwide Healthcare, as one of the “Companies to Inspire Africa” for 2019.

“On-shoring,” localization, Trump’s tariffs, Brexit—pay attention to the media, and it’s all too easy to imagine that global trade is contracting.

The European road transport sector is facing the most acute professional driver shortage in decades, a new report by the International Road Transport Union (IRU) has found.

Geir Håøy and Remi Eriksen, the respective CEOs of KONGSBERG and DNV GL, are the latest names to sign up for Nor-Shipping’s new Ocean Leadership Conference on 4 June. The event, traditionally seen as the week’s opening conference, has been refined this year to focus on analysing, defining and enabling ocean industry leadership for a new era of business opportunity. It’s a format that has seemingly struck a chord with the industry; with Nor-Shipping confirming the conference is already approaching ‘sold out’ status.

The world's fastest growing ship registry and the oldest shortsea shipping association in Europe have joined forces to support the growing number of Greek vessels operating in the short-sea maritime sector.

 

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