UECC has taken delivery of its first dual-fuel LNG battery-hybrid pure car truck carrier (PCTC).
Classification society DNV has introduced a competence standard for vessel remote control centre operators (RCCO).
Gebrüder Weiss has completed the integration of Rhenus Bulgaria’s operations into its network, adding four locations in Burgas, Svilengrad, Varna and Plovdiv.
Lasse Kristoffersen has been named ceo of Wallenius Wilhelmsen, a role he will assume in June 2022.
Allelys has delivered ten 48 m-long bridge beams as part of the M6 junction 10 improvement scheme in the UK.
Integrated Logistics utilised its 1,600-tonne capacity CC 8800-1 to lift 240-tonne spudcans and 246-tonne jack-up legs for the Rumailah Lift Boat at the Ras Laffan shipyard in Qatar for N-KOM.
Modulift’s latest spreader beam – the 2,000-tonne capacity MOD 1100/2000 – has been used for its first lift in Dover, UK.
Forecasting the trajectory of shipping rates even in the short term is highly problematic. However, Transport Intelligence (Ti) believes it is likely that there will be ‘regression to the mean’ and that there have been no big changes to the industry dynamics that suggest the sky-high rates will be the new normal.
The renovation of the UK’s Pembroke Port’s Hangar Annexes into flexible workspaces and a workshop has begun as the gateway presses ahead with projects to develop into an energy and engineering centre that supports wind, wave and tidal renewable energy projects.