Smart application for booking containers online – Fixed rates – Guaranteed transport

The Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) has released its first standards for data flows – an important first step in the process of ending the fragmentation that is holding back the development of digital technologies in the industry.

Air pollution from burning forests has grown so bad on the east coast of Sabah, Malaysia that maritime officials have asked operators to exercise caution due to the restricted visibility conditions.

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Patron of Maritime UK, demonstrated the importance of London International Shipping Week (LISW) by attending a VIP reception at Banqueting House on Tuesday evening (September 10).

Next week the Maritime Community meet in Rotterdam to exploring digital transformation and cybersecurity within the Maritime sector. With topical presentations, panel discussions, Q&A sessions and innovator’s showcase the day is set to be both informative and engaging.

From 6 to 7 September, the wind from the sea blew towards the logistics for the ACEX conference participants. The event brought together logisticians from all over the world on a cruise ferry on the route Helsinki-Tallinn-Helsinki.

Hamburg and China have been trading partners by since the 18th century. Hamburg has nurtured a city & port partnership with Shanghai since 1986. Hamburg opened its Liaison Office – HLO – in Shanghai in 1995. This represents Hamburg interests in China and markets the city as a destination for visitors. Both the HLO in Shanghai and the Port Representative Office in Hong Kong promote the city on the spot with numerous events, showcasing at trade fairs, exchanging expertise and experience, along with cultivating continuous contacts to promote the whole array of services of the Port of Hamburg and the logistics competence of the Hamburg Metropolitan Region.

The Department for Transport (DfT), in partnership with ABP's Port of Southampton, today launches the UK's first Port Economic Partnership (PEP), an innovative initiative to create stronger links between ports and Government, to maximise long-term trade and economic growth. The Partnership will be launched at an event at London International Shipping Week, on board the NLV Pharos lightship.

The Round Table leaders of the major shipping industry trade associations BIMCO, ICS, INTERCARGO and INTERTANKO met in London yesterday to consider the transformational issues affecting the sector.

37th “Sprottenback” event hosted by companies of Kiel’s maritime industry

After a record breaking Nor-Shipping 2019, which welcomed almost 50,000 people from over 85 nations, organisers have revealed that exhibition stands are already selling fast for the 2021 outing, taking place in Oslo and Lillestrøm, 1 - 4 June. This, they say, is indicative of both a more “optimistic” industry climate, and the impact of the event week’s move to embrace a broader industry perspective as ‘Your Arena for Ocean Solutions’.

On September 5th, 2019 State Enterprise “Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority” and the Kernel Company signed an agreement on cooperation providing for investments in the development of the infrastructure in the port of Chornomorsk amounting to over UAH 3 billion. By the end of 2020, dredging near the four berths is expected to be carried out in the port and a new grain terminal to be built to increase transshipment volumes up to 6 million tons.

Arun Sharma, Executive Chairman of the Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass), has been formally introduced as the new Chairman of the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) to a group of specially invited maritime journalists at a press conference in the capital today.

Leaders from the world of ship bunkering will gather in Jamaica next week to discuss how the Caribbean maritime sector is working to ensure it meets the International Maritime Organisation's (IMO) 2020 sulphur restrictions, at the IBIA Caribbean Bunker Conference (ICBC).

An eventful trade fair year in Munich is slowly coming to an end. However, the Messe München Locations will be busy once again in the last months of 2019 with trade fairs, public exhibitions, congresses and regular and new customers: the portfolio of events at Messe München, the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München, the MOC Veranstaltungscenter and the Conference Center Nord will, as always, be very diversified.


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