The HDC Hyundai Development Company of Korea has ordered a fleet of 28 Konecranes Noell Sprinter Carriers for Busan New Port 2-4 in Busan, Korea. The Sprinter Carriers will be
The Aviation Training Centre of Volga-Dnepr Technics Moscow has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval to provide Boeing 777-200/300 (GE 90) aircraft type training to B1 and B2 categories
International ship manager Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) and the Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) have signed an MoU to launch an initiative named “True North 72” aiming to encourage
PRESS RELEASE – Siemens Gamesa has been awarded a new wind turbine deal for the Hoa Thang 1.2 wind farm in Taiwan. The manufacturer will supply 25 units of its
SAL Heavy Lift says it has become the first shipping company in the world to adopt a new hydrogen/methanol technology to its fleet. With significant emission reductions in
SAL Heavy Lift, a global carrier specialized in sea transport of heavy lift and project cargo, said that it has become the first shipping company in the world
It’s called Slon (elephant) for a reason – the heavy cargo plane, which is being developed in Russia, will be able to carry a payload of up to
The multipurpose sector has experienced a tough first half of 2019, following a trend of difficult market conditions spanning over a decade.
Fallout from ongoing global political trade discussions is
Belfast shipyard Harland & Wolff has appointed administrators and will file for insolvency on 6 August, according to UK media reports.
The BBC said the shipyard will file in the
Drewry has downgraded its outlook for multipurpose shipping, which
includes both breakbulk and project cargo vessel types, in light of
weaker projected global economic growth, greater competition from dry