Marine Log‘s FERRIES 2021 conference is scheduled to kickoff in just over a month for the first in-person ferry event in over 18 months. The event will take place November 9-10 on
Author: Heather Ervin
While this issue has a focus on the Great Lakes, there’s a lot more: Bulkers going green? What’s the lead cause behind fishing vessel accidents? Also, meet REV LNG CEO David Kailbourne.
As people gathered on the New York Harbor waterfront in Manhattan to remember and honor the victims of the 9/11 attack on its 20th anniversary, many vessels from the “Great Boatlift” rescue
Pervinder Johar, Blume Global CEO, offers his views on challenges the intermodal industry faces; preparing for future logistics disruptions; the role of advanced technology; supply chain visibility and sustainability; seamless transition of
By Grady S. Hurley, Jones Walker LLP The same July week that many banks reported a peak in growth and inflation with projected U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 6.5%, China
As a female CEO in a male-dominated industry, Christina Couvillion had her hands full when she founded Covington, La.-based Quality First Marine in 2005. Since then, she has taken the company to
For over a year now, the crew of the MV Wakashio has been held by Mauritian authorities following the grounding of the ship and the widespread pollution that followed. At the end
By Mark Riggio, Head of Marine, Filtersafe Most ballast water management system (BWMS) testing is based on theoretical means that do not reflect the challenging conditions found in locations where sediment-rich waters
In this issue, you’ll find stories on cranes at some of the world’s busiest ports, info on the new Rock Hall tug, more insight into hydrogen, and so much more!
The recently announced eWolf tug–the first fully electric harbor tugboat in the U.S., built for sustainable and safe operations at the Port of San Diego in California—will feature an integrated electric propulsion