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Houston-based Industrial Service Solutions (ISS) announced Thursday it is seeking bids from U.S. shipyards to build up to four hulls for what will become North America's first fully-electric towboats. The zero-emissions vessels, which will be constructed for New York-based Zeeboat and

Global ports lost more than one-third of their expected capacity to ship containers in 2021, causing economic trouble for some smaller developing nations, among others, finds research commissioned by the Global Shippers Forum (GSF). The study, which was conducted by MDS

The Baltic Exchange's dry bulk sea freight index (.BADI) slipped on Wednesday as lower rates for capesize and panamax vessels outweighed gains in the supramax segment. The overall index, which factors in rates for capesize, panamax and supramax vessels, was down

Port operations across the country are vital to America’s economy, often coming at a cost to health and welfare of neighboring communities—notably, by emitting harmful emissions and producing poor air quality. Incorporating propane can help ports support economic growth while safeguarding

The European Commission has proposed adding shipping to the bloc's carbon market for the first time, in a move that is set to shake up the industry after years of avoiding pollution charges by the bloc. But already there is disagreement

Advanced nuclear energy technology company Core Power is working on a concept for an offshore facility that combines advanced nuclear power with an offshore ammonia production facility, which would enable affordable production of green ammonia for shipping. "The production of green

Logistics is like a chain - if one of its links is broken, it affects the whole chain. The same has happened with cargo ship congestion in the world's major ports. They have led to problematic situations not only in

More shuttle tankers will be needed in the years ahead to keep pace with a projected rise in oil volumes needing transport, Rystad Energy said. Produced volumes requiring transport key shuttle tanker markets Brazil, Canada, Norway, the U.K. and Russia are

Swiss-based container group MSC has overtaken Denmark's Maersk as the world's biggest shipper, the company said, confirming data from intelligence provider Alphaliner. After taking delivery of several ships last year, MSC or Mediterranean Shipping Company has capacity to move the equivalent

Copyright aerial-drone/AdobeStock The Signal Group offers an exhaustive overview of the trends in the dry bulk and tanker markets that both defined 2021, and offer a glimpse as to what might be in store for 2022 and beyond. The report is

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