Kongsberg Maritime and Massterly to equip and operate two zero-emission autonomous vessels for ASKO

Kongsberg Maritime and Massterly (a Kongsberg Wilhelmsen joint venture) have signed contracts with the leading Norwegian grocery distributor ASKO to equip two new vessels with autonomous technology, and to manage their operations at sea. With Norwegian companies delivering around...

The Japan Ship Centre Welcomes New Director-Maritime

The Japan Centre (JSC), established in London in 1965 as a joint office of the Japan Ship Exporters’ Association (JSEA) and Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), has appointed Mr. Hirotaka Mori to the role of Director-Maritime, succeeding Mr. Takanori...

Silverstream Technologies expands team by over 90%, reflecting substantial company growth during 2020

Silverstream expands team with 13 new hires, almost doubling its workforce, to support recent company success and further position itself as one of the shipping industry’s leading clean technology providers London, United Kingdom – 01 September 2020: Pioneering clean...

A.P. Moller – Maersk announces changes in Ocean & Logistics to enhance customer experience

A.P. Moller – Maersk introduces strategic changes that will further improve customer experience and end-to-end service delivery. As part of this, the Safmarine brand will be integrated into Maersk to enhance customers’ access to the global integrated offering. In...

Strong typhoon heading toward major Asian freight hub

Now that the tropical Atlantic is fairly quiet, focus is shifting to the western Pacific, where a strong typhoon could soon disrupt a major global freight market. Typhoon Maysak is spinning near eastern Asia and became stronger Sunday night....

BIMCO launches member survey

Today (1 September), BIMCO is launching its third member survey, asking members about their perception of BIMCO. The survey will be sent to all the member contacts BIMCO has on file and is conducted by an external vendor via...

Malaysia reports new COVID-19 cases on ship that had travelled from Singapore

Malaysia’s Health Ministry on Monday (Aug 31) reported a new COVID-19 cluster involving four crew members of a ship that had travelled from Singapore. The four crew members served on a ship that called at the port in Port...

Tug crews living with Covid-19

With a global operation Kotug had to adapt to Covid-19, including the very human side of how seafarers were affected by disrupted crew changes.

Camera transformation for Wilson Sons tugs

In a project already underway, 480 CCTV cameras and a local internet network are being installed across Wilson Sons’ Brazilian tug fleet.