• Port of bilbao, august 2020

    Bilbao positions itself as wind energy hub

    2020-08-18T09:53:00+01:00

    In 2019, the port of Bilbao in Spain handled 142,000 tonnes of wind turbine components. The sector is forecast to grow in the years ahead and the port is positioning itself as a hub for wind energy cargoes.

  • Drewry rates unlikely to recover until late 2021, july 2020

    Drewry: rates unlikely to recover until late 2021

    2020-07-17T09:22:00+01:00

    Industry analyst Drewry reports that charter rates for multipurpose ships, including breakbulk and heavy lift vessels, are unlikely to recover back to pre-Covid-19 levels until the end of 2021. Any recovery would take even longer if the global pandemic is not contained.

  • Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of B747

    Internal tussle as Boeing weighs future of B747

    2020-06-04T13:05:00+01:00By David Kershaw

    Tension is building within Boeing about whether to keep the Boeing 747 in production beyond the current order backlog, as a decision looms on the future of the iconic aircraft.

Lift & Move USA launches website

Lift & Move USA launches website

2020-06-03T09:00:00+01:00By David Kershaw

Lift & Move USA has launched a website showcasing the careers, industries and types of work related to the crane, rigging and specialised transport industry.

Irish offshore wind potential gathers momentum

Irish offshore wind potential gathers momentum

2020-06-02T14:30:00+01:00By David Kershaw

The Republic of Ireland has fast-tracked seven offshore wind energy projects through its upcoming marine planning regime.

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StormGeo and DNV GL deepen partnership

2020-03-19T12:05:00+00:00By Sophie Barnes

StormGeo and DNV GL have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the aim of driving digitalisation and data standardisation in the maritime industry.

4D offers Incoterms training 

4D offers Incoterms training 

2020-03-12T12:35:00+00:00By Sophie Barnes

4D Supply Chain Consulting has introduced an e-learning training programme that outlines the impact of the new Incoterms 2020. 

Chapman Freeborn delivers covid relief, sept 2020

Chapman Freeborn supplies Covid-19 cargo to Guinea

2020-09-16T10:47:00+01:00

Air charter broker Chapman Freeborn played a key role in the delivery of a mobile hospital onboard a Boeing 747 freighter from Johannesburg in South Africa, to Conakry in Guinea to support the region’s Covid-19 response.