Project successfully demonstrates adaptability of the Toyota fuel cell technology
- Toyota Develops Fuel Cell System for Maritime Applications
- Telair develops loading system for A320 aircraft that can be adapted to fit cargo
TELAIR International has developed a modular cargo loading system (CLS) that enables the lower deck of a narrow-body aircraft to be converted for...
- UPS tests self-driving tractor trailers with TuSimple
UPS Ventures, the venture capital arm of UPS, has invested in a minority stake in autonomous driving company TuSimple
- As trade war hits Asia-US rates, capacity withdrawn on Europe routes
THE XSI Public Indices report from Xeneta, an ocean freight rate benchmarking and market analytics platform, showed that rates dropped by 0
- Swissport develops pharma centre at its Brussels air cargo facility
SWISSPORT is investing in a state-of-the-art air cargo facility at Brussels Airport with the landlord constructing the building while the global...
- CMA CGM invests in Notilo Plus drone to inspect its vessels underwater
CMA CGM Group has decided to support the financial and industrial development of Notilo Plus, a French start-up specialising in autonomous underwater...
- Singapore develops its first remote-controlled autonomous tug
SINGAPORE's shipbuilder Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) has started developing an autonomous tug that is expected to come to market in the...
- APL's CHX brings Vietnamese reefers for Hong Kong transshipment
THE APL Chu Lai Express (CHX) service opened this week with its first reefer shipment of bananas from the Chu Lai Tam Hie port in Vietnam
- High-speed eCommerce fulfilment hubs win deals for CEVA Logistics
CEVA Logistics believes its investment in high-speed eCommerce fulfilment centres and specific e-commerce transport solutions is helping it clinch...
- CEVA Logistics lands major eCommerce contracts
CEVA Logistics has further expanded its eCommerce services through new business wins in the UK, Turkey, US, Canada and Brazil in the last few months
- SEALNG sees liquefied natural gas as key to cleaning up commercial shipping
SEALNG, the multi-sector industry coalition aiming to speed up the widespread adoption of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine shipping fuel,...
- Tropical Shipping boosts refeer services between Caribbean and Halifax
TROPICAL Shipping has launched a new reefer service to the Caribbean from the Canadian port of Halifax in Nova Scotia after its containership, Tropic...
- Notilo Plus wins Jacques Saade Award for underwater drone technology
THE first Jacques Saade Award, created in honour of the founder of French shipping group CMA CGM, has been awarded to Notilo Plus, a start-up that...
- Energy transition offers innovators a competitive edge through “carbon robust” ship designs
DNV GL – Maritime has released its second Maritime Forecast to 2050, part of a suite of Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) reports launched today in...
- Port of Rotterdam develops five permanent berths for barges
The Port of Rotterdam Authority is developing five permanent berths for barges on the Maas side of the Eiland van Brienenoord, the company said in...
- Royal Mail develops new shipping tool for retailers to manage orders, return goods
THE UK's Royal Mail has launched its Pro Shipping solution to help retailers more easily manage orders and returns across distributed site
- North P&I's Baker to steps down as loss prevention chief
NORTH P&I Club's Tony Baker is to step down at the end of this month as the director of the loss prevention department after 14 years at the helm
- Turkey Re-Elected to IALA Council
Turkey has just been re-elected into the 21-seat IALA Council for a 4-year term.
- Maersk Line to test autonomous vessel technology
MAERSK Line has hired Boston-based automation firm Sea Machines Robotics to install 'perception and situational awareness technology' on a new class...
- Zim back in the black in Q2 but remains red in H1
ISRAEL's Zim Integrated Shipping Services has swung to a slim profit in the second quarter from a hefty loss a year ago.