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Ports & the Wind Industry

Overview of the the wind industry and the opportunities for ports. Source: Mattia Cecchinato

Ocean Freight Rates – June Update

Container rates update by Xeneta saw a slight decline in contracted ocean freight rates for June after ‘mad’ May. Source: Xenata

Changing face of Cargo Distribution

Overview of macro trends and how they may impact the distribution of cargo and goods. Source: Cushman & Wakefield

Leading Maritime Capitals Report

The Leading Maritime Capitals report for 2019 gives a fresh insight on which maritime metropolises provide the best support for companies in shipping and...

Greening of the Shipping Sector

The different technological pathways towards the greening of the shipping sector. Source: Carlo Raucci, UMAS

To Scrub or not to Scrub?

With less than a year to go until the sulphur content of marine fuels is capped at 0.5%, options available for ship operators to...

Priorities of European Ports 2019-2024

As European ports have a more diversified role, they have turned into facilitators of a real port ecosystem at the service of their customers...

Shipping Confidence Survey – May Update

In May 2019, the average confidence level expressed by respondents was 6.1 out of a possible maximum of 10.0. This is slightly down on...

Automation in Maritime Transport and Port Industry

Experience and lessons learned from the One Sea Partners initiative Author: Dimecc

Truck Platooning & Efficiency of Port-Hinterland Connections

Traffic simulations for I-710 (Long Beach port to downtown Los Angeles), with heavy trucks being 10-19% of morning traffic volume along a 24-km urban...

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Ports & the Wind Industry

Overview of the the wind industry and the opportunities for ports. Source: Mattia Cecchinato

Ocean Freight Rates – June Update

Container rates update by Xeneta saw a slight decline in contracted ocean freight rates for June after ‘mad’ May. Source: Xenata

Changing face of Cargo Distribution

Overview of macro trends and how they may impact the distribution of cargo and goods. Source: Cushman & Wakefield