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DoT Organises Abu Dhabi Maritime Plan 2021 Workshop

Abu Dhabi's Department of Transport, DoT, has organised a workshop to discuss the Abu Dhabi Maritime Plan 2021, with the participation of many of its stakeholders working in the maritime field. The audience discussed the main infrastructure projects that...

China Merchants to Take Over AVIC Maritime

China Merchants has entered into an agreement with AVIC International Holdings to acquire 73.87% equity shares in Singapore-listed AVIC International Maritime, as AVIC International moves to exit the shipping business. The total value of the deal is around S$31.6m ($22.7m). AVIC...

Maritime UK Launches Campaign to Attract Women in the Shipping Sector

Maritime UK has partnered with the Department for Transport (DfT) and the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS) to launch ‘Maritime and Me’, a campaign that aims to highlight women in maritime and encourage them to join the sector. With funding...

TT Talk – Calling for Ports/Terminals to Engage with Hazcheck Restrictions Portal

The containerised supply chain is well-known for its complexity. TT Club is seeking to ‘call out’ any practice that may undermine safety and preclude certain of outcome within its ‘Cargo Integrity’ / #Fit4Freight campaign. Key targets inevitably relate to...

Kongsberg Digital Simulation and Software Selected to Fast-Track R&D at New Autonomous Ship Centre...

UIPA, the South Korean Information and Communication Technology Promotion Agency has awarded Kongsberg Digital the contract to supply a fully-featured bridge simulator for a new, state-of-the-art autonomous ship research facility in Ulsan, South Korea. The Korean government has committed...

TT Talk – Review of Top 10 Risks for Container Terminals

TT Club continually seeks to understand the risks faced in the transport and logistics industry, providing relevant and targeted loss prevention advice to operators as appropriate. This article focuses on the findings of recent analysis into the risks faced...

Top 20 Box Ports: Contrasting Fortunes

1 Shanghai Yet again Shanghai claims the title for the world’s largest container ship port with 42M TEU – but its annual rate of growth has slowed, from 8.3% in 2017 to 4.4% this year. A major factor was slow...

Maritime visit from Algeria: “We can learn from Ghana”

Mr. Tarik Belkhiter from the Embassy of Denmark in Algiers visited Ghana to learn about the maritime sector and gain from the extensive maritime knowledge embedded in Ghana as an important maritime hub in Sub-Saharan Africa. “This could be the...

Djibouti Government Continues to Challenge Rule of Law in Doraleh Case: DP World

A decision to be taken later this week by the government of Djibouti to apply to the country’s high court to rule all previous international adjudications null and void is a complete disregard for and contravention of the global...

DMCA Facilitates Smoother Ship Traffic For Dubai’s Newest Range Of Waterfront Projects

The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has revealed that it has started facilitating ship traffic for new waterfront projects in Dubai. The move falls in line with the continuing efforts to promote and develop the emirate's maritime industry based...
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