March 2019 Issue
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ABS, Google Cloud and SoftServe demonstrate AI-enabled corrosion detection

ABS, Google Cloud and SoftServe completed a pilot project applying artificial intelligence (AI) models to detect levels of corrosion and coating breakdown on ships and offshore structures.

Ardelt secures order for Associated British Ports

Kocks Ardelt Kranbau have secured an order from Associated British Ports (ABP), to supply three new high capacity grabbing cranes for Immingham Bulk Terminal (IBT).

Arinaga inaugurates new dry bulk terminal

The Canary Islands Port of Arinaga has inaugurated a new €8 million dry bulk terminal, which is owned by the local Yecasa Group.

China iron ore slips on tepid demand amid steel output curbs

Iron ore futures in China edged lower in early trade on Tuesday as demand eased in the wake of a move to restrict production in top steelmaking city of Tangshan, but...

New dry bulk facilities up for offer in Brazilian ports

The Brazilian Federal Government is to auction three more port areas on the Sa~o Paulo Stock Exchange, in August.

Tarragona aims to reinforce its leading agri-food role

The Spanish Port of Tarragona is aiming to increase its market share in the agri-food products market, where it is already the leading port.

China releases report on progress of BRI

China published a report on April 22 elaborating on the progress, contributions and prospects of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

Combating Maritime Pollution: Sailing Stages a Comeback

About 90% of all goods exported around the world cross the oceans on ships, which account for about three percent of total global greenhouse gas emissions. They also emit sulfur dioxide and fine particulate matter.

Demag’s new AC 45 City crane perfect for restricted spaces

Video: Where other cranes literally hit their limits, the Demag® AC 45 City crane delivers.

ISNetworld® Recognizes ASGCO® For Over 10 Years of Commitment to Safety, Compliance and Sustainability

ISNetworld® presented ASGCO®, Allentown, Pennsylvania, with a 10 year Certificate of Membership to show their appreciation for a decade of continued participation, support and feedback.

Shoreham Ports celebrates EcoPort status for sixth year

Shoreham Port has been re-certified as an EcoPort this month, six years after its initial Port Environmental Review System (PERS) certification was awarded in 2013.

A Floating World

This is not a sneak peek into the future but a reality that’s already taking shape across oceans and seas around the world.

ALLU and MAPEI announce co-operation within concrete recycling

ALLU MAPEI Circulus is a solution to transform returned concrete into a high quality recycled aggregate.

New dry discharge system at CEMEX Northfleet Wharf

A new £3.5 million dry discharge system at CEMEX Northfleet Wharf is set to secure Thames river traffic and improve building materials throughputs at the site.

Pragmatism should drive the adoption of digital agendas

By focusing on a select group of commercially impactful digital solutions, enriched by customer input, near-term benefits are achievable; Dennis Mol, Vice President, Digital and New Business Transformation, MacGregor, explains how.

TTS supplies portable coal handling equipment to Riga Central Terminal

Latvian production company TTS provides the Riga Central Terminal the ability to implement a coal transshipment solution using fully mobile equipment.

Update from the LCA on major issues affecting Great Lakes Shipping

Significant progress has been made on a number of issues that will determine the future of Great Lakes shipping, writes Jim Weakley, President, Lake Carriers’ Association.

Coaltrans School of Coal

You probably already know that thriving in the modern coal industry requires an in-depth knowledge of what happens on site, not just in the office.

Dozers and cranes: synergy for better results

The last decade has seen the evolution of various types of floating transshipment terminals in the logistics market.

Dust free loading in Port Elizabeth

Following the introduction of Containerised Bulk Handling at Port Elizabeth Container Terminal (PECT) in South Africa, Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) placed a repeat order with RAM spreaders of 4 units of the RAM Revolver® bulk handling spreader...

In 2018, the United States consumed more energy than ever before

Primary energy consumption in the United States reached a record high of 101.3 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) in 2018, up 4% from 2017

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