Port Strategy News – Page 5

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    Training key to competitiveness

    2022-05-27T11:40:00Z

    A diverse, multidisciplinary and well-trained workforce is key to ensuring ports remain competitive

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    NAPA discusses future plans

    2022-05-26T13:29:00Z

    North Adriatic ports are focusing on connectivity and sustainability to become more globally competitive

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    North Sea offshore wind pledge

    2022-05-26T13:26:00Z

    European leaders to increase North Sea offshore wind capacity tenfold in a new declaration made in Esbjerg

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    Europe pushes shore power

    2022-05-25T15:01:00Z

    European ports and Interferry have agreed to prioritise onshore power for the ferry sector

  • Automated and smart processes are shifting ports from asset operators to service orchestrators
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    Next-generation wireless port technology

    2022-05-25T09:34:00Z

    Supply chain issues, trade deal delays, staff absences and freight operation difficulties challenged port operations during the pandemic, but there is one sure way to boost efficiency in the future writes Chris Mason at Rajant Corporation

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    Making Brisbane future ready

    2022-05-25T09:21:00Z

    A new green cruise terminal development at the Port of Brisbane is confirming the port’s emerging identity as a significant player in the Australian cruise market, writes Michele Witthaus

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    New cranes reduce congestion

    2022-05-25T08:50:00Z

    An Israeli port has introduced more equipment to help reduce congestion

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    London port cyber attack

    2022-05-25T08:47:00Z

    Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting ports and vessels to cause maximum disruption

  • Awake.AI and Intel are looking to catapult port operations into the computer vision era
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    AI for smart ports

    2022-05-24T11:17:00Z

    There’s a new AI platform that provides real-time awareness of utilisation rates and cargo flows

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    Maritime Innovation Week

    2022-05-24T10:59:00Z

    The Port of Tyne has created its first ever Maritime Innovation Week to help ports across the UK achieve their emissions targets

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    Protecting containers from storms

    2022-05-23T11:57:00Z

    Ports and terminal operators need to be prepared to protect containers from increasingly ferocious storms

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    Roadmap to port competitiveness

    2022-05-23T11:54:00Z

    Decarbonising the maritime industry and digitalisation are the key challenges in helping ports become more competitive

  • Panama will soon be a key global biofuel logistics hub serving over 1,000 ports
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    Global biofuel facility

    2022-05-23T10:06:00Z

    A partnership with the Government of Panama will provide a key global logistics hub serving over 1,000 ports

  • Many are already working towards creating a future where green ammonia will be produced from renewable power sources such as wind and solar
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    Ammonia plant prototype

    2022-05-23T09:52:00Z

    A cutting edge ammonia project has won a UK government grant to help get it off the ground

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    Crane naming ceremony

    2022-05-20T12:21:00Z

    Three new STS cranes at Yilport Gävle Container Terminal will double capacity to 600,000 teus per year

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    Decarbonisation opportunities

    2022-05-20T12:17:00Z

    Significant economic gains are to be made from decarbonising the shipping industry and the creation of alternative fuels

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    SAVANNAH: RECORD BREAKER

    2022-05-19T12:20:00Z

    For almost 20 years, the Port of Savannah has outperformed all other ports along the eastern seaboard and throughout the whole of North America. AJ Keyes looks at what makes this port so successful

  • Hydrotug is the first vessel to be powered by two BeHydro V12 dual fuel medium speed engines
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    Hydrogen powered tugboat

    2022-05-18T11:27:00Z

    The first hydrogen powered tugboat is creeping closer to completion with its first water launch

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    Shift in cargo theft

    2022-05-18T11:18:00Z

    2021 global cargo theft trends show shift away from in-transit, vehicle-based attacks to losses while cargo is at rest

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    Port tracker tool

    2022-05-18T11:14:00Z

    New tracker aims to provide a proactive understanding of the challenges faced by ports and operators