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A new whitepaper takles the issue of pollution resulting from dry bulk material handling at ports
Automated mooring is playing an important role in port decarbonisation
A focus on digitalisation and sustainability has helped a port become the first in Malaysia to exceed 1 million teu per month
Talks to avert an eight-day strike at the UK’s busiest freight port have ended without a deal
A European port operator is investing in new equipment across its operations
The American senate has voted in a new bill which will boost clean energy ambitions and create greener ports for the country.
Union says that the port has ‘prioritised delivering multimillion-pound dividends rather than paying its workers a decent wage’
The 17th edition of GreenPort Congress & Cruise will be hosted by the Port of Anwerp-Bruges, Belgium
South Africa is moving ahead with green hydrogen strategy which involves the construction of a new port energy hub
A new partnership investing in Tanzania will be ‘greater than the sum of its parts’
A biofuels pilot project has a combined contribution of US$18M to establish supply chain integrity
An Australian port takes delivery of two new cranes to help safeguard local industry and jobs
The first load-out from the Port of Esbjerg’s new offshore wind pre-assembly site has completed successfully
P&O Ferries boosts productivity on its busy Hull to Zeebrugge route with a second LoLo crane
A materials handling solutions provider has unveiled a new range of versatile electric pallet trucks
A solar roof project has been completed in the Netherlands which will produce 25 million kWh of power per year
A UK port has launched a new online portal helping operators manage and track their goods
Port of Oakland meets with truckers to try to break the AB5 legislation standoff
A marine renewable energy project has been given a helping hand on the development front
Two port authorities are looking to establish what they call the ‘world’s longest’ green digital shipping corridor
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