Post ImageWhat Are The Different Kinds Of Ro-Ro Ships?

6th December 2021

Roll-on/Roll-off (Ro-Ro) ships are designed to carry vehicles or other wheeled cargo. They were first developed in the 19th century to transport trains across rivers which were not yet spanned by suitable railway bridges. They are used today to transport military and civilian vehicles, and commercial cargo overseas. Ro-Ro vessels are efficient for shipping vehicles, […]

Post ImageHow Can Shipping Help Meet Net Zero Targets?

2nd December 2021

With the CO26 summit covering a wide array of topics, it appears almost nothing is off the table when it concerns finding ways of lowering emissions.

Post ImageSupply Chain Crisis Predicted To Last Till 2023

25th November 2021

The UK’s biggest port operator has warned that the global supply chain crisis could potentially last until 2023.

Post ImageMajor Retail Companies Pledge To Use Zero Emissions Shipping

15th November 2021

Major retail and manufacturing companies have pledged to choose net-zero carbon shipping by 2040 as part of a new cargo owner-led initiative.

Post ImageSmaller Ports ‘Benefiting’ From Global Supply Chain Disruption

9th November 2021

Smaller ports around the UK, such as Liverpool, are currently benefiting from global supply chain disruption, as suppliers now look for alternative routes for cargoes.

Post ImageHow Did The Cape Of Good Hope Get Its Name?

8th November 2021

How the southern tip of the Cape Peninsula got its name is a battle of warring superstitions in the Age of Sail.

Post ImageShipping Industry Unveil Bold Low-Carbon Plans

3rd November 2021

The organisation that represents the majority of the global shipping industry has submitted bold plans for net-zero carbon shipping by the middle of the century.

Post ImageWhat Is The Busiest Shipping Lane In The World?

27th October 2021

You might be surprised to learn that the answer is much closer to home than you thought...

Post ImageMaersk Reroutes Ships To Other Ports

24th October 2021

Felixstowe port authorities on Wednesday 13 October said that there are 50,000 containers pending collection from the port.

Post ImageMaersk: Port Congestion To Continue Through Q4

20th October 2021

Shipping giant Maersk has given a market update on the current challenging global logistics situation, predicting that the port congestion and supply chain bottlenecks are to continue throughout the remainder of 2021.

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