A number of European organisations are calling on the European Commission and Member States to ensure they exploit the full potential of short sea shipping as laid out in the Athens Declaration.
APM Terminals Maasvlakte II Rotterdam facility has officially opened promising to set new standards in safety, automation and zero emissions.
Terex Port Solutions (TPS) has unveiled four new-generation lift trucks, the Terex® Stackace™ E 5-8, E 6-8, E 6-9 and E 7-9, said to be more cost-effective, serviceable and ergonomic than their predecessors.
Peel Ports in the UK has unveiled its ambitious carbon emissions initiative and is calling on the industry to rethink supply chain and service routes to help reduce freight mileage by 200 million miles over the next five years.
The Call for Papers for the 10th GreenPort Congress, taking place from 7 to 9 October 2015 in Copenhagen, is now open.
Dredging giant Van Oord used 2014 to focus on reducing its environmental footprint and will be using 2015 to invest in improving the sustainability of its fleet.
Antwerp Port Authority has cemented its commitment to environmental stewardship by officially launching its project to build Belgium’s largest onshore windfarm on the bank of the Scheldt.
Gibraltar Port Authority is hosting the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) Regional Forum that brings the industry together for a bunkering overview.
Swedish ferry operator, Ballerina, is adding its first electrically-powered ferry to its fleet to transport passengers between 10 stops on the waterways of Stockholm.
Delegates are invited to attend the tenth Greenport Congress and third Greenport Cruise conference, to be held at Copenhagen Malmö Port from 6 to 9 October 2015.
HAROPA’s Port 2000 in Le Havre is gearing up to achieve a throughput of 4.8m teu by 2020, an increase of 50%, and it has a clear strategy in place to achieve its target.
As the ratification of the Ballast Water Management (BWM) Convention nears ever closer, the maritime industry is still facing a major problem when it comes to globally accepted ballast water treatment technology, says the World Shipping Council.
CO2 emissions from freight transport will grow by 290% by 2050, replacing passenger traffic as the main source of emissions from surface transport, says the International Transport Forum (ITF).
Venice’s new offshore terminal masterplan has been hailed an interesting initiative by the International Transport Forum which says it could be replicated across other ports with insufficient water depths.
Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) will be able to receive ‘green’ vessels that can refuel with low-sulphur marine diesel thanks to a new terminal being built in Malmö.
The inaugural meeting of the Smart, Energy Efficient and Adaptive Port Terminals (SEA TERMINALS) has taken place in Valencia with the aim of hastening the transition of the port industry towards more efficient operational models.
The Port of Amsterdam will begin to reward Green Award certified barges based on their level of membership which will determine the amount of discount on inland harbour dues in 2015.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has agreed to stop actively discouraging governments that have not already ratified the Ballast Water Management Convention (BWM Convention), in the hope that it will trigger its entry into force sooner.
The HAROPA port system has received praise from ESPO for the role it''s playing in making the Seine artery a logistics system that is both competitive and sustainable.
Siwertell, part of Cargotec, has been awarded the International Bulk Journal (IBJ) ‘Best Ship Loading/Unloading System’ award for the fourth time.
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