To enable Just in Time operations, we must break data silos not only between ports and ships, but also within ports themselves.

Op-Ed: Breaking data silos to unlock “Just in Time”

By David Yeo, CEO and Founder, Innovez One To enable Just in Time operations, we must break data silos not only between ports and ships, but also within ports themselves. This is

Ted Bergman of Elomatic on the Float Foundation solution for offshore wind.

Op-Ed: Transforming offshore wind installation

By Ted Bergman, Vice President, Offshore Energy at Elomatic When it comes to offshore wind energy, the traditional methods of installation have faced growing scrutiny due to their costliness, environmental impact, and

Damien Bertin on the OSV vessel shortages

Op-Ed: How OSV shortages are driving digitalization

By Damien Bertin, Business Director, Opsealog Amid the escalating demand, the industry faces offshore support vessel (OSV) shortages, many of which were scrapped or withdrawn from the market during the pandemic. The

Op-Ed: Addressing cyber threats to maritime

By Andrew R. Lee & Jim Kearns, Jones Walker LLP In fall 2022, our firm published a survey of 125 senior leaders at U.S. ports and terminals that gave insight into the

Paul Delouche of Bureau Veritas

Op-Ed: 2024 must be a year of implementation

By Paul Delouche, strategy, acquisitions and advanced services director, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore As the pieces of shipping’s decarbonization puzzle begin to align, 2024 has emerged as a pivotal year. Not

Garry Noonan, Ardmore Shipping's Director, Innovation 

Op-Ed: Accelerating the adoption of energy-efficiency technologies

By Garry Noonan, Ardmore Shipping‘s Director, Innovation  A sustainable, achievable plan for successfully transitioning to shipping’s low carbon future requires recognizing the full scope of challenges and opportunities arising from the evolving

Tuomas Riski of Norsepower

Op-Ed: Maritime shift to eco-friendly propulsion in 2024

By Tuomas Riski, CEO, Norsepower As we ease our way into 2024, it’s clear that the winds of change are blowing through the maritime industry. Norsepower, a global provider of mechanical sails

Initiated by the Canadian government in early 2021 as a replacement for the CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent, the Canadian Polar Icebreaker project aims to construct a larger, more powerful vessel than those currently in operation.

Op-Ed: Advancing polar icebreaker design

Elomatic and Seaspan Vancouver Shipyards (VSY) are advancing towards the next phase in the design of the Canadian Coast Guard’s new polar icebreaker slated to be built by 2030, marking a significant

Sean McLaughlin, Strategy Consultant, Houlder on CO2 shipping.

Op-Ed: Facing the realities of CO2 shipping

By Sean McLaughlin, Strategy Consultant, Houlder The shipping industry’s decarbonization will partly rely on transportation of CO2. Sean McLaughlin, Strategy Consultant at design and engineering consultancy, Houlder, emphasizes how, as the need

By increasing payload capacity, companies can transport more goods with fewer containers, reducing shipments and decreasing shipping costs.

Op-Ed: Increasing payload with sustainable container technology

By David Baur, Co-CEO and co-founder, AELER The maritime shipping industry is currently navigating turbulent waters due to escalating tensions in the Red Sea. This situation has led major shipping companies to