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Post ImageCould Global Warming Redraw Shipping Routes?

A new study has suggested that international shipping routes could be transformed by melting Arctic ice.

Post ImageThe Panama Canal: A Wonder Of The Modern World?

The Panama Canal, which spans across Central America to connect the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, has been described as one of the Seven Wonders Of The Modern World.

Post ImageMarine Carbon Tax Up For Debate

The shipping industry is braced for further hikes in the cost of freight, which have already soared to record levels in the past 18 months.

Post ImageWorld’s First Hybrid Ship Docks at Plymouth

rld’s first hybrid cargo ship has docked at the Port of Plymouth, setting an example for the future of green shipping around the globe.

Post ImageCall For Mandatory Use Of Shore Power At UK Ports

The UK Chamber of Shipping has called on the government to make the use of shore power a mandatory requirement at all seaports in the country.

Post ImagePort Of Immingham Upgraded Amid Rising Demand

The Port of Immingham in the Humber region is undergoing an upgrade as part of the ABP Group Professional Services Framework to deliver growth over the next six years.

Post ImageThe Fascinating History Of The Shipping Forecast

The Shipping Forecast is a familiar broadcasting institution, which has fans far beyond the world of maritime voyagers.

Post ImageMaersk’s Freight Services Leads To Record Q1

Danish shipping giant Maersk has revealed record-breaking results for the first quarter of the year, driven largely by the success of its freight services.

Post ImageUkraine War ‘Forcing Shipping To Travel Further’

Longer shipping freight journeys are becoming commonplace as a consequence of the multiple effects of the war between Russia and Ukraine, a shipping industry expert has explained.

Post ImageUK Launches New Shipbuilding Taskforce

The first Shipbuilding Taskforce is to be established in the UK by the Department for Education (DfE).

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