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  • Liebherr's new four-rope-grab crane design, CBG 360

    Liebherr sells first two CBG 360 units


    Swiss-based equipment manufacturer Liebherr has sold the first two units of its new CBG 360 floating crane which promises to speed up the efficiency of bulk handling.

  • Konecranes Gottwald Model 6 Mobile Harbour Crane

    Diesel-electric crane uses grid power to reduce emissions


    A Konecranes diesel-electric crane could help reduce exhaust emissions at the Port of Rotterdam by using power from the port’s grid.

  • The X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Analyser is able to analyse small fuel sample in less than three minutes

    How to speed up your fuel oil sulphur tests


    Parker Kittiwake has launched new condition monitoring software which provides in-situ analysis of the sulphur content of fuel oil for compliance testing.

  • Rolls-Royce has now sold autocrossing to a total of 18 new environmentally-friendly ferries to operate along the coast of Norway

    Rolls-Royce helps fjord ferries to go greener


    Rolls-Royce Marine has signed a deal to supply its innovative autocrossing system to a total of 13 new environmentally friendly ferries for Norwegian company Fjord1.

  • Liebherr LPS 420 E

    Efficient electric port crane means fewer emissions


    Liebherr has launched a pure electric driven emissions free port crane which promises to save operators both on emissions and efficiency.

  • Anaïs Le Lan

    The whole solution strategy to pollution


    Seabin Project is a clean tech startup with offices in Australia and Europe on a simple and ambitious mission: To help solve the global problem of ocean plastic pollution and ocean conservation, writes Anaïs Le Lan, head of marketing, Seabin Project.

  • Figure 1 - HPC's approach to pursue a green port transformation

    Achieving cost effective green port transformation


    How can ports identify both feasible and the most efficient measures to improve their environmental and economic sustainability? Dr Johannes Schmidt and Dr Nils Kemme from HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH and DrLars-Peter Lauven from the University of Göttingen present their approach to achieve this goal.

  • Founder Alexandra Anagnostis-Irons and developer Manus Walsh of Brenock with Ocean Guardian

    Bringing environmental stewardship into the digital age


    Ports around the world increasingly are taking responsibility for clean air, water and land. Innovation and technological advancements have moved environmental stewardship from a regulatory requirement, to a key component in driving economic development and good business, writes Alexandra Anagnostis-Irons, president, Total Marine Solutions.

  • SmartPort aims to realise the critical interface between ship and port, on land and at sea Photo: Trelleborg

    Trelleborg presents green SmartPort concept


    Trelleborg Marine Systems is stressing the importance of ‘hyper-collaboration’ to improve safety, efficiency and sustainability of operations for green smart ports of the future.

  • HullWiper

    Eco-friendly hull cleaning at Southampton


    A trial of eco-friendly hull cleaning technology is underway at the Port of Southampton to help ship owners maintain efficiency, minimise emissions and responsibly dispose of waste matter.

  • The five Kalmar zero emission RTGs will be used to expand Gdansk's existing fleet

    Kalmar supports Gdansk sustainability efforts


    Kalmar has signed a deal with Deepwater Container Terminal (DCT) Gdansk to supply five electrically powered rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) to help it improve the sustainability of its operations.

  • The buoys integrate a real time non-contact hydrocarbon sensor in the high visibility top frame design

    Oil spill monitoring buoys gain notoriety


    An integrated systems manufacturers is reporting high levels of interest in its oil spill monitoring buoys following several recent port and harbour installations in the Middle East.

  • SMM 2018 will take place in Hamburg from 4 to 7 September 2018

    SMM 2018 Green Shipping Conference


    Stricter environmental regulations on ballast water and sulphur emissions are forcing the shipping industry to take action and this year’s SMM 2018 will showcase future-proof technologies to help operators meet tighter targets.

  • The T2 terminal tractors will be equipped with Volvo Tier4F engines that meet the EU's strictest Stage 4 emissions standards

    Green terminal tractors for Dutch logistics firm


    Kalmar is to supply T2 terminal tractors to a leading Dutch logistics operator which will enable it to achieve both a sustainable increase in productivity and make its vehicle fleet more environmentally friendly.

  • LH110

    Liebherr materials handler lowers vehicle emissions


    A new Liebherr materials handler crane could optimise cargo-handling efficiency and minimise emissions at ABP’s Port of Ayr.

  • Oil Spill Recovery Vessel operation

    New oil recovery package minimises spill damage


    A new one-stop oil spill response package could help ports avoid, contain and manage environmental pollution.

  • The Green Marine conference has earned an enviable reputation for showcasing the latest sustainability technology

    Green Marine’s 11th annual conference


    Green Marine’s 11th annual conference in in Vancouver, Canada, will tackle issues directly related to its environmental certification’s performance indicators.

  • Total Lubmarine has introduced a new addition to its already comprehensive EAL range

    Total launches new green lubricant to the market


    Global marine lubricant provider Total Lubmarine has introduced a new addition to its already comprehensive Environmentally Acceptable Lubricant (EAL) range which is well suited for port equipment.

  • Kalmar's heavy-duty TR618i terminal tractors are designed specifically for ro-ro operations

    Italian shipper orders reduced emissions tractors


    Kalmar is to supply a total of nine terminal tractors to Italian shipping operator Onorato Armatori Group to help it improve efficiency and reduce emissions.

  • When dry fog collides with dust particles they drop out of the air meaning that overall wetting of cargo is less than 0.5%

    Dust suppression at Australian grain terminals


    With a bumper grain harvest In Australia grain traders and exporters have been looking for alternatives to get their product to market and preserve the welfare of terminal workers in the process.