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Wärtsilä partners with MPA Singapore to

Finnish Wärtsilä Voyage signed a landmark Memorandum of Understanding with the Singapore Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) to further strengthen their collaboration in the innovation and digitization of smart ports, the company has announcement. The main objectives of this strategic partnership are to initiate, develop and promote innovative solutions that accelerate digitization; foster interoperability in […]

Disappearing Chinese ships hurt global t...

In what is described as a “headache” for the global supply chain, commercial vessels in Chinese waters have shrunk, due to deepening geopolitical conflicts between Beijing and the rest of the world, writes Laura He of CNN in an opinion piece, cited by ANI on Thursday, November 25. Expressing concerns about China’s “growing isolation” from […]

Global Energy Ventures Technology Provid...

A recent report from Roland Berger notes that large-scale shipping solutions such as Compressed Hydrogen Shipping technology from Global Energy Ventures are critical to ensuring the success of the global green hydrogen economy. As 2021 draws to a close, Global Energy Ventures (ASX: GEV) has positioned itself at the forefront of the burgeoning green hydrogen […]

Government won’t complain about Chinese

The prime minister said the government was aware of a Chinese navy vessel that was recently in waters off the coast of Australia, adding that it was not in violation of international law. Key points: The ship crossed the Torres Strait and along the east coast It was not in Australian territorial waters Scott Morrison […]

Commercial fisherman fined $ 25,000 for ...

A commercial fisherman who set up 33 shrimp traps in a protected area of ​​glass sponge reefs in Howe Sound was fined $ 25,000 and his fishing license suspended for a year. North Vancouver Provincial Court Judge Joanne Challenger fined Stewart Lawrence McDonald, 53, on Wednesday November 22 for two fishing convictions. Challenger found McDonald’s […]

Asymmetric superyacht hits market for $ ...

While the interior design of a superyacht can be as varied as the designers are, most luxury ships will at least have a relatively similar silhouette. It is of course, apart from Lady of Asean, an instantly recognizable asymmetric superyacht unlike anything you’ve likely seen before. If that wasn’t enough, it also recently went on […]

DeepSea Technologies Appoints New Senior...

DeepSea Technologies, the leading marine technology specialist in vessel performance monitoring and optimization, today announced the appointment of Melvin Tan as the Company’s Senior Director of Business Development. Based in Singapore, Melvin will be responsible for DeepSea’s growth strategy in Asia-Pacific (APAC) and lead the company’s presence and customer expansion in the region. Melvin has […]

French fishermen threaten to block Chann...

French fishermen are threatening to block the Channel Tunnel in protest over a dispute over fishing rights, which was sparked after the UK left the EU. Downing Street said he was “disappointed” by the threat and called on French authorities to ensure that no laws are broken during the protests, which are due to take […]

Maersk says ship capacity in Asia will r...

Growth in container demand for 2022 is “likely to moderate” from 2021, AP Moller – Maersk (Maersk) – predicts – but shippers will face capacity constraints throughout the Chinese Lunar New Year. In the shipping company’s Asia-Pacific market update, Maersk continues to see 12-15% of global container ship capacity withdrawn from the market, but may […]

“Peru” at the British Museum

In the Andes, the past, present and future are interconnected, seen to occur simultaneously rather than separately. Following this signal, the curators of “Peru: A Journey in Time” at the British Museum challenge visitors to go beyond a linear Western understanding of time. Although the exhibition is ordered roughly chronologically, starting with the earliest cultures […]