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Post ImageThe Complex Route To Green Shipping

One of the biggest stories around the future of shipping has been the movement towards carbon-neutral sea freight.

Post ImageHydrogen Fuel Key To Zero Emissions Shipping Plans

The future of shipping is zero emissions, which can be achieved through the use of hydrogen fuel cells, according to major fuel company Shell.

Post ImageFuel Choice Named As Essential To Decarbonise Shipping Industry

The choice of fuel used by the global shipping industry will be crucial to helping the sector decarbonise and achieve a positive impact on climate change.

Post ImageWind-powered Vessel May Reduce Emissions By 90 Per Cent

A Swedish consortium has unveiled an innovative sailing cargo vessel that could revolutionise maritime transport across the Atlantic Ocean.

Post ImageRobert Courts Appointed As New Maritime Minister

MP for Witney and West Oxfordshire Robert Courts has just been promoted to minister for aviation and maritime at the Department for Transport.

Post ImageThe Internet Of Things & The Shipping Industry

A new Inmarsat report has, in fact, revealed that the sector has adopted more Internet of Things (IoT) solutions than any other.

Post ImageFreight Association Surveys Members On Brexit Preparedness

The BIFA has surveyed its members for research on how prepared the UK’s freight forwarding and logistics sectors are for the end of the Brexit transition.

Post ImageThe Benefits Of LoLo When Shipping Bulk Cargo

LoLo shipping involves the use of onboard cranes to load & unload containerised items that can’t be transported using other methods.

Post ImageNew Autonomous Shipping In Ports Network In Development

The British Ports Association (BPA) has announced that it is creating a new Autonomous Shipping in Ports Network.

Post ImageNavigating New International And Regional Regulations

With the IMO 2020 sulphur cap regulations now having come in to force, there are many more decarbonisation measures expected to come in to force soon.

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