Post Image£3.8 Million For Hydrogen Powered Shipping Project

16th March 2023

The UK government has awarded a consortium of companies multi-million pound funding to develop hydrogen powered autonomous ships and a green shipping corridor.

Post Image£60m Funding Boost For Green Shipping Technologies

24th February 2023

The government has announced that £60m of funding will be made available to boost the innovation of green shipping technologies and help reach net zero targets.

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Post ImageCampaign To Encourage More Girls Into Maritime Careers

10th February 2023

A new campaign will be launched in March to inspire more girls to take up maritime careers that involve science technology, engineering and maths subjects.

Post ImageHow Realistic Is The Prospect Of The Thai Canal?

26th January 2023

The idea for the Thai Canal, often referred to as the Kra Canal, has been knocking around for quite some time. In fact, it was first proposed way back in 1677.

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Post ImageHumberside Port Is First To Use Hydrogen Powered Trucks

15th January 2023

The truck will be deployed to haul shipping containers to and from cargo vessels. The Port of Immingham handles around 55 million tonnes of cargo every year. 

Post Image£45 Million Funding For UK’s Flagship Research Vessels

21st December 2022

The government has announced £45m funding to maintain its fleet of three research vessels. The investment is part of the wider National Shipbuilding Strategy.

Post ImageWho Has The Right To Lost Sea Cargo?

18th December 2022

In wintertime, a certain amount of sea freight ends up washed overboard when a vessel hits stormy waters, and occasionally a sinking vessel may have to be abandoned to the mercies of the ocean.

Post ImagePort Of Dover Works Towards Green Shipping Corridor

9th December 2022

The Port of Dover has been successful in its bid to secure funding for the Green Corridor Short Straits (GCSS) feasibility study, it advises in a press release on their website.

Post ImageWhich Are The 5 Busiest Shipping Routes?

30th November 2022

Some routes are just the quickest and most direct way between two ports, and some are dictated by currents, tides, and coastal reefs. Here is a look at the five busiest shipping routes in the world.

Post ImageCampaign For More Maritime Qualifications In UK

15th November 2022

Concern about the lack of suitably qualified candidates for maritime careers has led to calls for the introduction of a new maritime T-level in England.

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