Joanne Kelleher, Editor
“I always strive to do more. Let us know what we can do better.”
Working with the BBN team to build our own independent news channel has been one of my favourite career projects to date – pulling my experience and network together to create the most compelling content for our readers and supporters.
I am so proud of the progress we have made in broadening our readership base, engaging bright new writers and journalists, and interviewing industry professionals. Moreover, our Chatham Chats Forum and our Letter to the Editor column have gone a long way to opening up the subjects most relevant to our industry.
Working with BBN allows me to combine my two passions of communication and maritime. I’m no stranger to the maritime and logistics industry having worked with various organisations in shipping and now I also run my own Maritime PR and Communications company Buoy Communications.
Spliethoff’s M.V. Paleisgracht, loaded with Konecranes RTGs, sailing under a beautiful rainbow upon her arrival in IJmuiden. The general cargo vessel was built in 2011 and is 19496 DWT capable of transporting heavy cargo such as cranes.
GROHE, a leading global brand for bathroom and kitchen solutions, has chosen Kuehne+Nagel to take care of its logistics, as thousands of products need to be transported efficiently to various facilities. Kuehne+Nagel will focus on the customer’s logistics in the Middle East Africa region (MEA). With its new Regional Distribution Centre (RDC) in Dubai, GROHE…
Altius transported 4 LNG storage tanks for Tecnicas Reunidas from the port of Aviles to the port of Algeciras. Each LNG storage tank had a weight of 280 tonnes and a length of 56 metres.All operations were was carried out smoothly despite the persistent swell at Algeciras.
Intermarine’s M.V. Challenger loaded various cargoes in Houston: Helicopters, oil wells, power supplies, pipes, crates and containers destined for Colombia, Guyana and Brazil.
The northwestern Italian terminal Del Golfo ordered a Generation 6 Gottwald Mobile Harbor Crane by Konecranes for their operation in La Spezia. The crane will reduce significantly noise pollution and exhaust emissions which will allow the terminal to raise both operational performance and reduce local carbon emissions. “We are excited to utilize the latest eco-efficient…