In the port of Amsterdam the construction has started of a new facility that will convert non-recyclable plastic into fuel for the transport sector, which will cut down CO₂ emission by 57,000 tonnes per year.A World First in the Port of Amsterdam
The summer is traditionally a busy time for cruise companies. Based on Viking Line’s advance bookings, this summer’s cruises are selling even faster than last year. The extra departures to Tallinn increase the summer month capacity on the very popular route. The number of advance bookings for...Viking Line: Popularity of summer cruises on the rise
Enthusiasm for newbuild orders across most shipping markets has started to wane after more than $10 billion dollars were committed in the first quarter of 2018, according to VesselsValue. The total committed to new deliveries is now the lowest since the start of 2016.Newbuild spending dropped sharply in Q2
As the global fleet of offshore renewables fleet increases, ways to reduce the cost and increase the efficiency and safety of operations and maintenance work, using robotics and autonomous systems, will also grow. Elaine Maslin reports.
Robotics and autonomous systems for marine renewables