Alternative-fuel vessels and innovative finance solutions enable change By Brandon Hannaman, senior vice president of equipment finance for Key Equipment Finance Operating with fleets that meet current workloads are imperative for marine-industry
By Matthew Smith, Senior Vice President Commercial and Operations at Tankers International Shipping’s role in the global supply chain is increasingly under the spotlight when it comes to ESG. Today, most large
By Richard Smale, Maritime Specialist, OneWeb Despite the investment in new technologies and the acceleration of a digital era for shipping, many vessels can still only provide basic communication access for seafarers.
Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) is a developer of low-speed gas and diesel engines for marine propulsion. Utilizing the most advanced technology in emissions reduction, fuel efficiency, digitalization, service and support, and
Marine Log (ML): Can you begin by describing what sustainability means to Foreship, both broadly and in the context of the maritime industry? Jan-Erik Räsänen (JER): There is a direct correlation between
Netherlands-based short sea shipping specialist Amasus Shipping is to fit its 91-meter general cargo ship EEMS Traveller with two 17 meter high eSAIL suction sails from Barcelona, Spain-based rigid sail specialist bound4blue.
Helen Polychronopoulou, president of HEMEXPO (Hellenic Marine Equipment Manufacturers & Exporters) gave Marine Log some insight into how the Greek shipping industry, primarily the Greek marine manufacturing sector, is addressing sustainability. HEMEXPO
As we continue to explore sustainability issues and solutions for the marine industry, we bring another edition of “10 Minutes With …” to get a new or different perspective on the topic.
By David Yeo, Founder and CEO of Innovez One The phrase “think globally, act locally” couldn’t ring more true when it comes to tackling some of the most critical challenges faced by
Cowes Harbour Commission (CHC) is joining the charge for environmental responsibility among the UK’s ports and harbors as it today announces its adoption of the Carbon Management Plan developed by technical and