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Massterly to operate two zero-emission autonomous vessels for ASKO

Massterly (the joint venture between Wilhelmsen and Kongsberg) has signed a contract with the leading Norwegian grocery

Draft U.N. proposals on ship fuel ban in Arctic seen as lax: study

Draft U.N. proposals to ban the use and transport of heavy fuel oil by ships in the

MABUX: Bunker market this morning, Sep.04

MABUX World Bunker Index (consists of a range of prices for 380 HSFO, VLSFO and MGO (Gasoil)

New Oil Spill Fear In Indian Ocean With Sri Lanka Supertanker Fire

The Indian Ocean was on full alert again today as an oil supertanker caught fire off the

Ship with Covid-19 cases shuttled between ports in Malaysia after two-day stopover in Singapore: MPA

A ship in Port Dickson with four crew members who tested positive for Covid-19 had shuttled between

Clean Arctic Alliance Slams Proposed Arctic Shipping Regulation as Full of Dangerous Loopholes

Responding to the release of a new White Paper: The International Maritime Organization’s Proposed Arctic Heavy Fuel

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TT Club: Annual cargo theft report indicates significant new trends

The most significant trend highlighted by the report was the relative shift in the location of thefts, with in-transit incidents and those involving vehicles showing a decline, though remaining the most dominant threat, and theft from storage facilities increasing. The extent

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5G-ready private cellular networks can improve ports’ operations

As smart, connected facilities document additional gains and efficiencies, port operators are increasingly interested in deploying new solutions. However, the high density of devices in a mature smart port presents new challenges and connectivity requirements to manage. Ericsson’s latest research shows