September 30 - Heavy lift vessel Transshelf, which is owned and operated by Dockwise, has transported two nuclear-powered submarines along the Northern Sea Route, escorted by a Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker.
According to a report by the Barents Observer, the submarines were shipped from the Russian Pacific fleet's naval base in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, to waters outside Severodvinsk in the White Sea.
A ground-breaking ceremony has been held to mark the construction of New Jersey Wind Port, which will serve as a hub for the US East Coast’s nascent offshore wind energy industry.
Swissterminal has signed a contract with electricity broker Renergy to supply its terminal locations with energy generated from hydropower until at least 2024.
DP World is investing GBP300 million (USD414.7 million) in a fourth berth at its London Gateway logistics hub, which should raise capacity by a third.
DYT Superyacht Transport’s Super Servant 4 is delivering two fully electric ferries from Damen Shipyards Galati to Lake Ontario, Canada.
Five years after bringing the world’s first dual-fuel LNG pure care and truck carriers (PCTCs) Auto Eco and Auto Energy into service, United European Car Carriers (UECC) said it is reaping the fruits of its efforts to reduce emissions.
Tilla Systems – a start-up founded by Flagship Founders – has developed a smart platform to automate cargo ship crew changes.
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