Mercedes-Benz rolls off car carrier at Port of Baltimore

Port of Baltimore helps ease supply chain woes

Mercedes-Benz is one of several major shippers using the Port of Baltimore to get over supply chain hurdles. On Monday, the car carrier Noble Ace delivered 1,800 new Mercedes-Benz vehicles at the

New Maerk containerships will operate on e-methanol

VIDEO: Maersk rethinks the containership

Maersk has taken the wraps off the design of its eight 16,000 TEU methanol-fueled containership newbuilds. And the decision to opt for methanol is just the start of the innovations they incorporate.

TRAnsverse tug seen from three-quarters aft

Svitzer to build next-gen TRAnsverse Tug

Maersk group towage operator Svitzer has reached an agreement with naval architect firm Robert Allan Ltd. and Turkey’s Sanmar Shipyards to build a next-generation TRAnsverse Tug. The first of these multipurpose tugs

Carole Plessy on sustainability and decarbonization

Op-Ed: Using “smart data” to drive ESG progress for shipowners

By Carole Plessy, Head of Maritime, OneWeb Shipowners and operators are under increasing pressure from investors, regulators, and customers to demonstrate strong Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) performance. Carole Plessy, Head of

Svitzer global COO Ingrid Uppelschoten Snelderwaard and Robert Allan Ltd. president, Mike Fitzpatrick

Robert Allan to design methanol fuel cell tug for Maersk and Svitzer

Maersk group towing operator Svitzer has reached an agreement that will see Vancouver, B.C., based naval architecture firm Robert Allan Ltd., to design the world’s first harbor tug to be powered by

USMMA superintendent

New storm clouds brew over Kings Point Sea Year

The U.S. Merchant Marine Academy’s Sea Year training program is again receiving unwelcome attention. Back in 2016, the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) suspended the program. This came as the academy looked to

Maersk again boosts earnings guidance

Container shipping giant A.P. Møller – Mærsk A/S (APMM) said today that, for the first two months of third quarter 2021 it has “recognized a financial performance significantly ahead of our previous

WasteFuel worker

Maersk invests in California green fuels start-up

Having committed to building a new generation of methanol-fueled containerships, A.P. Moller – Maersk is taking steps to secure the e-methanol on which those ships will operate. Today it announced that its

MAN Energy Solutions developed the ME-LGIM dual-fuel engine for operation on methanol, as well as conventional fuel.

New Maersk box ships will be powered by largest-ever methanol fueled engines

The 16,000 TEU methanol fueled containerships just ordered by Maersk mark a substantial scale-up of the methanol powered technology from the previous size limit of around 2,000 TEU. So it is no

Maersk CEO Søren Skou

VIDEO: Maersk makes major commitment to methanol fueling

A.P. Moller – Maersk says that in the first quarter of 2024 it will introduce the first in a series of up to 12 large ocean-going containerships capable of being operated on