Monday 24th Sep, 2018

Rotterdam looks to cut carbon emissions

Management at one of the world’s largest ports is keen to do its bit to reduce CO2 emissions

Photo: Maersk

Maersk to introduce BAF a year ahead of 2020 sulphur cap

The company is to implement a new bunker adjustment factor surcharge starting next year

Fremantle Ports

WESTERN AUSTRALIA SPECIAL REPORT: Making hay while the sun shines

Change is a constant at Fremantle Port… as one trade sets over the Indian Ocean, another rises in its stead.

Photo: Ian Ackerman

Ports Australia signs up to World Ports Sustainability Program

The program aims to co-ordinate sustainability efforts of ports around the world


Call for nominations ahead of the Australian Shipping & Maritime Industry Awards

This year’s event is on Thursday 22 November at Sydney’s Sofitel Sydney Wentworth


Longer hours but reduced emissions features of heavy vehicle peace deal

A plan to secure longer operating hours while cutting emissions is to be put to Victorian authorities

Photo: Airbus

Airbus looks to windward for maritime transport efficiencies

The aircraft company is looking to wind power to help move its large aircraft parts on the seas

Ocean Network Express

ONE reveals 2020 sulphur limit plans

The company aims to start complying with the regulation before the 2020 date