Yangtze links up chain in China’s belt

How national logistics parks and inland waterways initiatives will support the socio-economic benefits of the One Belt, One Road initiative China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative has been mobilising vast resources – from both […]

US ports to update cruise terminals

A number of US cruise terminal projects scheduled to come online over the next two years put the passengers’ experience first Three new and renovated cruise and passenger terminal projects in the United States provide […]

Dredger of the month: Draga

Rohr-Idreco’s modular deep-digging jet and cutter suction dredgers allows vessels to be packed up and moved to new projects quickly The global market for dredgers and dredging equipment touches many diverse applications, ranging from maintaining […]

Ports to step up efforts to decarbonise

Ports’ growth is tied to decarbonisation as they seek to reduce their own emissions and support shipping’s transition to low-sulphur and low-carbon fuels With the IMO’s 0.5% sulphur cap now in force, considerable effort is […]

Singapore promotes emission reduction in ports

Singapore is encouraging collaboration between players to help ports reduce emissions With extensive fleets of diesel-fuelled cargo-handling equipment and invariably limited berth space, ports are at the forefront of efforts by the maritime industry to […]

Inland upgrades support US industry

A government grant is enabling several projects at the US port of Jeffersonville to be rolled out simultaneously, and forms part of a nationwide push to update its inland waterways The port of Indiana-Jeffersonville on […]