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Monday, 19 August 2019
Shell confirms tie-up with Sinokor on LNG-fuelled aframax tanker haul
 
Energy major also signs up to JP Morgan newbuilding quartet as part of its "drive to decarbonise shipping"...
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Monday, 19 August 2019
Securing Maritime Assets Demands a New Approach
 
Securing Maritime Assets Demands a New Approach At this moment, cyber-attacks threaten thousands of vulnerable cargo ships, which carry billions of dollars’ worth of goods. Due to the lack of maritime-specific cybersecurity solutions, vessels are highly susceptible to digitally-led hijackings or even ransomware. This threat can wreak havoc on global shipping– the backbone of modern […]...
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Monday, 19 August 2019
Baltic Ports Organization joins World Ports Sustainability Program as Partners
 
Baltic Ports Organization joins World Ports Sustainability Program as Partners IAPH’s World Ports Sustainability Program welcomes the Baltic Ports Organization with its 44 member ports Antwerp, Belgium and Gdynia, Poland – 19 August 2019 The Baltic Ports Organization (BPO) has been welcomed into the World Ports Sustainability Program following the signing of the WPSP declaration by Mr Bogdan […]...
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Monday, 19 August 2019
Enoshima winds proving difficult to predict at Ready Steady Tokyo
 
Enoshima winds proving difficult to predict at Ready Steady Tokyo As Ready Steady Tokyo – Sailing, the official test event for Tokyo 2020, reaches its mid-way point, it’s fair to say that all 353 athletes here have been put through their paces so far. Day 3 produced a different bout of weather to the previous […]...
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Monday, 19 August 2019
Midland Pallet Trucks urges retailers to prep their warehouses for online sales boom
 
Midland Pallet Trucks urges retailers to prep their warehouses for online sales boom Pallet truck specialists, Midland Pallet Trucks are urging the UK’s retailers to adapt their warehouses in accordance with changing demand as shopping moves away from traditional bricks and mortar locations. Online sales have been transforming the landscape for retailers this summer, with a major boost […]...
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Monday, 19 August 2019
U-Freight welocmes Amazon’s launch of Anti-Counterfeit tool
 
U-Freight welocmes Amazon’s launch of Anti-Counterfeit tool The U-Freight Group (UFL), with its considerable involvement in e-commerce logistics, has welcomed Amazon’s decision to launch its supply chain anti-counterfeit tool internationally, with the e-retail giant expanding its product serialisation service, Transparency, to France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, India, and Canada. UFL CEO Simon Wong said the […]...
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Monday, 19 August 2019
LR awards world’s first digital type approval to HHI.
 
LR awards world’s first digital type approval to HHI. 19 August 2019 – Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (HHI) has received type approval from Lloyd’s Register (LR) for the network security digital component of its Integrated Smartship Solution (ISS), confirming that the approved component performs its functionality seamlessly. The is the first ever type approval of […]...
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Monday, 19 August 2019
ACO Marine: Jadrolonija commissions Clarimar STPs and orders more
 
ACO Marine: Jadrolonija commissions Clarimar STPs and orders more ACO MARINE COMMISSIONS A SERIES OF CLARIMAR WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS FOR JADROLONIJA ACO Marine has successfully completed the commissioning of wastewater treatment units aboard the ropax sisters Sveti Krševan, Supertar and Cres operated by Croatian owner Jadrolinija. The three 87.6m vessels were each retrofitted with a […]...
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Sunday, 18 August 2019
Why do ships use ‘port’ and ‘starboard’ and not ‘left’ or ‘right’
 
As port and starboard never change, they are unambiguous references that are independent of a mariner’s orientation, and, as a result, mariners use these nautical terms instead of left and right to avoid confusion. As NOAA informs, when looking forward, toward the bow of a ship, port and starboard refer to the left and right sides, respectively.
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Sunday, 18 August 2019
Contrasting conditions test sailors on Day 2 of Ready Steady Tokyo
 
Contrasting conditions test sailors on Day 2 of Ready Steady Tokyo A day of light wind saw a slightly disrupted race schedule on Day 2 of Ready Steady Tokyo – Sailing, the official test event of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Sailing Competition. But, after a short postponement, all fleets managed to get out onto the […]...
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