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30/10/2017
European shipowners support the progress made at the IMO environmental meeting
 
ECSA representing the European shipowners believe that continuous progress was made last week at the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) intersessional meeting of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC).
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30/10/2017
The American P&I Club’s Dorothea Ioannou wins prestigious Award
 
Dorothea Ioannou, Global Business Development Director of the American P&I Club, has received the Next Generation Shipping Award for 2017 at the Lloyd’s List Global Awards in London, on September 27, 2017.
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30/10/2017
Shipping Industry 'broadly satisfied' with IMO progress on CO2 strategy
 
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), BIMCO, INTERCARGO and INTERTANKO represented the global shipping industry throughout intensive discussions at the UN International Maritime Organization (IMO), which continued the development of a comprehensive CO2 reduction strategy for the international shipping sector.
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26/10/2017
KVH Videotel Introduces “Cyber Security at Sea”
 
Produced with BIMCO, the new programme is designed to help seafarers recognise and respond to cyber threats.
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26/10/2017
Safer smarter and more sustainable operations
 
As terminals are pressed to move greater volumes of cargo faster than ever before, they are demanding marked improvements in terminal productivity.
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25/10/2017
Baltimore receives environmental kudos for truck programme
 
The Port of Baltimore has received national kudos for its environmental efforts including its dray truck replacement programme.
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23/10/2017
ESPO unveils sustainability agenda
 
The secretary general of the European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) unveiled the representative body’s sustainability agenda for the upcoming months at the GreenPort Congress and GreenPort Cruise conference for 2017.
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19/10/2017
Liberian Registry launches cyber and ship security computer-based training programme
 
The Liberian Registry has launched a Cyber and Ship Security Computer-Based Training (CBT) programme that provides a comprehensive overview of cyber-security issues, including concepts such as malware, network security, identity theft, risk management, and other common threats to maritime security.
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17/10/2017
Carbon reducing rail scheme approved
 
A rail capacity improvement scheme to reduce supply chain-generated carbon at the Port of Felixstowe has been government-approved.
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16/10/2017
New port waste solution enters market
 
A new Norwegian technology is helping to solve pollution problems in ports by collecting waste from the water surface.
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