2018 October 3
Shifting port facilities beyond the center of Saint-Petersburg
Discussions about shifting of port facilities beyond the center of Saint-Petersburg have intensified again. It is the right moment taking into consideration excessive container handling facilities and lack of land for development purposes. Implementation of this idea could ensure additional income for the city – from both developing and shaping of an industrial port zone in Bronka and Lomonosov.
2020 August 4
Oman bans the use of open loop scrubbers
Currently there are 12 countries and regions that have banned the use of open-loop scrubbers in their territorial watersOman bans the use of open loop scrubbers
Slow steaming won’t necessarily cut emissions – so what will?
Recent research has shown how the cubic law of fuel consumption-speed dependency is simple...Slow steaming won’t necessarily cut emissions – so what will?
COVID-19 to stifle container port investment
The pace of container port capacity expansion is forecast to contract at least 40% over the next five years in the wake of the COVID-19 induced slowdown in port throughput...COVID-19 to stifle container port investment
2020 July 30
Cyprus Names New Shipping Deputy Minister
Vassilios Demetriades has been appointed as Cyprus' new Shipping Deputy MinisterCyprus Names New Shipping Deputy Minister
Expansion of the access canal to Sabetta Port
Glavgosexpertiza recently approved the design documentation for reconstruction of the access canal to the Port of Sabetta...Expansion of the access canal to Sabetta Port
Boxship orderbook-to-fleet ratio ducks below 10% for the first time this century
The global containership orderbook, seen as a percentage of the world fleet, has dropped to its lowest level in more than 20 years...Boxship orderbook-to-fleet ratio ducks below 10% for the first time this century