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SAFEEN Group Trials First Electric Tug in Middle East for Marine Services Fleet

SAFEEN Group, part of AD Ports Group (ADX: ADPORTS), has announced it is trialling an electric tug within their Marine Services fleet, the first of its kind in the Middle East, which will be deployed at AD Ports Group’s flagship facility, Khalifa …
May 22, 2024 / Curious

Port of Greenock invests £750,000 to boost refrigerated cargo capabilities

The Port of Greenock has expanded its reefer point infrastructure from 32 to 220, significantly enhancing its refrigerated cargo storage and distribution capacity Scottish exporters of perishable goods are set to benefit from a £750,000 investment …
May 17, 2024 / Curious

Haventus secures £100 million credit facility from Scottish National Investment Bank and UK Infrastructure Bank

Haventus, the energy transition facilities provider, and owner of Ardersier Port, east of Inverness, has secured a £100 million joint credit facility from the Scottish National Investment Bank (the Bank) and UK Infrastructure Bank (UKIB) with £50 …
May 16, 2024 / Curious

ICTSI to invest in new Southern Luzon gateway

International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI) is building a new international container terminal in Bauan, Batangas, Philippines. The new terminal will be the largest privately funded marine terminal investment in the country’s history and …
May 15, 2024 / Curious

Port of Hamburg is the first port in Europe to offer shore power for both container and cruise ships

Hamburg is a European pioneer in shore-side power supply, and after several years of successfully supplying cruise ships in the Port of Hamburg with shore-side power, the technology is now also being used for cargo ships. This makes the Port of …
May 15, 2024 / Curious

Port of Antwerp-Bruges launches the world's first methanol-powered tugboat

Today, Port of Antwerp-Bruges presented a world premier: the Methatug. This tugboat, which runs on methanol, is part of a greening programme for the port's fleet and an important step in the transition to a climate-neutral port by 2050. The project …
May 15, 2024 / Curious

Associated British Ports (ABP) has started dredging the outer harbour and channel approaches at the port of Lowestoft

Associated British Ports (ABP) has reached a significant milestone in the construction of their Lowestoft Eastern Energy Facility (LEEF), at its Port of Lowestoft, with the commencement of capital dredging of the Outer Harbour and channel approaches. …
May 14, 2024 / Curious

Fastest container service between Ireland and North America launched

Shipping company ACL’s new transatlantic service in partnership with BG Freight Line and Peel Ports Group will have transit times up to two weeks faster than any similar service travelling between Dublin/Belfast and North America via a UK or …
May 14, 2024 / Curious

Monjasa and FAMOIL expand biofuels logistics in South America and complete first supply operation in Peru

On 22 February 2024, global top 10 marine fuels company, Monjasa, supplied a total of 510 tonnes of B30 marine biofuels the Cargill operated dry bulk carrier, Infinity Sky, in the Port of Callao, Peru. This operation marked the first ISCC-certified …
May 8, 2024 / Curious

ABS Awards World’s First REMOTE-CON Notation for FPSO Liza Unity

The ABS-classed Liza Unity continues to collect industry firsts by receiving the first REMOTE-CON notation for an FPSO from ABS. The REMOTE-CON notation demonstrates the vessel’s alignment with remote-control functions and signifies that the design …
May 8, 2024 / Vessels