Two European ports have joined forces on the environment, mobility and digital transformation.
A logistics group has launched the first UK inland rail service connecting British ports to China.
Newly created innovative technology for soil remediation is being tested in a European port.
By sharing real-time information two Scandinavian ports are increasing efficiency, saving time and protecting the environment, writes Ulf Siwe, STM EfficientFlow, Sweidish Maritime Administration
The Port of Tyne in the UK has hit a new green milestone.
British ferries have secured funding for a trio of sustainability projects.
An ambitious agreement aims to establish a first of its kind fossil fuel free ferry line.
Animosity is brewing in a clash between the Scottish and UK Governments over green ports.
A batch of zero-emission battery-electric trucks will be handed to the Port of Hamburg following a new deal.
Wheat cargo is being transported sustainably thanks to an initiative to take trucks off the road.
Ports are investing in electric infrastructure, but local energy resources aren’t up to scratch.
A major UK port operator is keen to get onboard the Scottish Government’s green ports initiative.
Air quality around one UK port is good and well within the required national standards.
The UK’s biggest port operator has stepped up its sustainability efforts for green recognition.
Accelerating maritime decarbonisation is key to a new UK transport decarbonisation plan.
Work is moving on with a carbon capture project that aims to half CO2 emissions by 2030.
Denmark will benefit from a new green container terminal to be built by 2023.
Massive railway investment for greener cargo handling is planned by a European port authority.
Inland waterways will play a key part in decarbonising transport in a new European plan.
One rail operator is taking steps to provide a better intermodal operation.
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