• 2021 July 28 17:09

    PSA & ONE team up to enhance sustainability and reduce maritime environmental footprint

    In support of industry-wide efforts to decarbonise and to push for sustainable maritime  transport, PSA Corporation Ltd (PSA Corp), a wholly-owned subsidiary of PSA International  Pte Ltd, and Ocean Network Express Pte. Ltd (ONE) will work in tandem to take the lead on  proactive environmental stewardship by advancing sustainable green solutions with like- minded partners.   

    PSA Corp and ONE, one of the world’s top ocean carriers, today signed a Memorandum of  Understanding (MOU) to reduce greenhouses gases (GHG) emissions, working towards a  more responsible and greener maritime and shipping industry of the future, and pointing the  way towards embracing sustainable practices across their businesses.    The MOU brings together two like-minded and eco-conscious organisations, both  established names in their fields, to share, co-create and implement solutions to reduce  GHG emissions across scopes.

    The collaboration includes areas relating to container flow  enhancement and terminal services for ONE’s operations, which will lead to a reduction of  carbon dioxide emissions.   

    About PSA Corporation Ltd (PSA)   

    PSA Singapore, a wholly-owned subsidiary of PSA International Pte Ltd, operates the world’s  largest container transhipment hub in Singapore, handling 36.6 million TEUs of containers in  2020. With connections to 600 ports globally, shippers have access to daily sailings to every  major port in the world, operating 24/7 all year round. Beyond port operations, PSA also offers  cargo solutions to customers operating in advanced manufacturing, cold chain, e-commerce,  and energy & chemicals. This value adding service is enabled by CALISTA™, a digital platform  that facilitates trade and helps shippers to better manage their physical movement of goods,  trade financing and compliance. Visit us at www.singaporepsa.com   

    About Ocean Network Express Pte. Ltd (ONE)   

    Ocean Network Express (ONE) was launched on April 1, 2018 with its headquarters based in  Singapore. As of H1 of 2021, ONE is the sixth largest container shipping company in the world,  operating more than 220 ships at a total capacity of around 1.6 Million TEUs. ONE has its global  business spanning across more than 120 countries. In FY2020, ONE completed nearly 12  Million TEUs in lifting. Meanwhile, ONE has been actively furthering its endeavours in  environmental sustainability and digitalization in its business to fulfil ONE’s social responsibilities  and deliver maximum satisfaction to its customers. Magenta is its signature corporate colour,  used on its ships and containers deployed all over the world.




2021 September 24

15:03 Maersk invests in electrofuels startup company
14:40 International conference “Inland waterways: strategic potential for growth” focused on INFUTURE project was held on September 20
14:13 Dredge spoil disposal system planned for fairway deepening project
13:57 LAS Vice Admiral Kulakov went to the Atlantic
13:33 Wärtsilä ensures optimal performance and minimal carbon footprint for world’s most environmentally friendly ferry
13:09 Wan Hai Lines holds online ship naming ceremony for new vessels
12:38 Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard launched unmanned research ship Pioner-M
12:10 Record mid-year cargo volumes through the Port of Vancouver in 2021
11:46 SCF Group wins sci-tech award for development in Arctic exploration
11:02 Rolls-Royce and Overmarine continue cooperation with future-oriented mtu technologies
10:07 Tallink Grupp secures another short-term charter deal for vessel Silja Europa
09:59 MPA, SSA and GCNS sign MoU to raise carbon accounting capabilities amongst maritime companies in Singapore
09:41 MABUX: Global Bunker Market may continue firm upward trend on Sept 24
09:24 Crude oil prices continue increasing
09:09 Baltic Dry Index as of September 23

2021 September 23

18:05 Maersk calls Jafza home for its first Warehousing & Distribution facility in the UAE
17:25 GTT and Deltamarin receive AiP from American Bureau of Shipping for their new design applied for LNG fueled tanker
17:05 LR grows fleet optimisation offering with GreenSteam acquisition
16:25 The Port of Rotterdam Authority helps German DeltaPort to be a regional hydrogen hub
16:15 Panama Canal joins to the Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization
15:39 Dry cargo vessel of RSD59 design, Alexander Ivanov, leaves for sea trials
15:21 ABS grants AIP for next generation liquified CO2 carrier JDP designs
15:05 Synergy Group to take over Maersk Tankers’ technical management business
14:37 DNV and LISCR award AiP to HHI for 40,000 CBM liquefied CO2 carrier design
14:17 Kaliningrad region and FESCO to cooperate in the field of logistics
13:48 Damen can build icebreaking ships for Russia’s Arctic projects within short timeframes
13:25 Sweden’s largest port solar cell system inaugurated at Stockholm Norvik Port
13:15 MABUX: Bunker Weekly Outlook, Week 38, 2021
12:56 Keel-laying of Damen tug series for Atomflot held in Saint-Petersburg
12:51 MSC invests in new efficiency solution to reduce emissions from fleet
11:00 13th Annual Capital Link Shipping & Marine Services Forum took place with great success on September 13, 2021
11:00 Rolls-Royce and Sea Machines sign partnership to cooperate on smart ship and autonomous ship control solutions
10:34 APM Terminals partners with Siemens for energy optimisation and emission reduction at terminals
09:58 Torqeedo and Fassmer Shipyard announce the CIT-E Ferry - a passenger ferry for public transport
09:46 MABUX: Global Bunker Market may demonstrate firm upward evolution on Sept 23
09:29 Crude oil prices continue increasing
09:14 Baltic Dry Index as of September 22

2021 September 22

18:05 ClassNK joins as signatory to Call to Action for Shipping Decarbonization
17:47 Localization level of LK-60 icebreakers estimated at 92% in finance terms
17:20 Torvald Klaveness joins over 150 industry leaders and organizations in call for decisive government action to enable full decarbonization of international shipping by 2050
16:55 SC Zvezda counts on signing contracts for 10 tankers under Vostok Oil project in October 2021
16:31 Transition to unmanned navigation and navigation with reduced crews will be possible in Russia in three years
16:30 LR, HHI and KSOE sign MoU to develop digital twin technology for an LNG carrier
16:10 APM Terminals Pipavav marks 1,000 days of safe operations
15:39 Wärtsilä and SHI agree to collaborate on ammonia fuelled engines for future newbuilds
15:14 NAVTEK proves first zero-emissions tugboat performance
14:43 Additional EUR 90 million to be invested in Saimaa Canal infrastructure development
14:14 Valmet AB orders Agilon automated warehouse solution and overhead cranes from Konecranes
13:57 Northern Sea Route will be covered with satellite communication services – expert
13:16 ABB’s Eero Lehtovaara appointed Chair of EU association Waterborne Technology Platform
13:13 LNG bunker terminal construction begins in Bilbao
12:04 Big Data Exchange, National University of Singapore and Sembcorp Marine to explore development of sustainable ocean Data centres
11:31 Russia’s Inland Water Transport Development Concept aimed at raising IWW cargo traffic by 65%
11:08 Pier T Terminal in the Port of Long Beach begins pilot program for 24-hour cargo pickup
10:40 Vadim Shpityak appointed as General Manager of Moby Dik and Yanino Logistic Park
10:15 Tollerort to become preferred hub for COSCO services
09:57 More than 300 ships to be built by 2032 under subsidized leasing programmes
09:40 Crude oil prices increase on reduction of reserves
09:39 MABUX: No firm price trend on global bunker market on Sep 22
09:22 Baltic Dry Index as of September 21