The Breakbulk sector has had a near constant story over the past few months- An intact demand for Project cargo and for Module carriers. A sentiment further echoed by the
The Toepfer’s Multipurpose Index (TMI) which signifies the monthly average time-charter equivalent rates crept into the red territory for the ninth straight month losing about 2.09%. The index which has
A new emissions index has been developed by independent shipping platform SHIPNEXT, in a bid to address widely-held industry concerns about the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) emissions reduction measures.
Contractors and developers face multiple challenges in keeping up with the pace of demand for larger turbines - new approaches are needed, writes Alex Fyfe.
The offshore windfarm market has witnessed
Maritime infrastructure underpins the global economy and the supply chains, including food and healthcare, that livelihoods depend upon. The industry has a direct impact on much of the common
Logistics and shipping have been in the news for all the wrong reasons for most of this year, with shipping lines making record-breaking profits for the second year
Commenting on the spate of recent media reports that the government is considering another delay to the introduction of post-Brexit border checks on goods entering Britain from the EU, the
As part of a research and development project, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) has for the first time investigated the influence of the behavioural change of individual seafarers on
Dear Editor, Please tell your readers that we have launched a new portal logistic-aide-ukraine.org that connects charities and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO)s with over 900 healthcare logistics companies
A platform aims
16,000 people so far have signed to provide an enforceable global protocol for "green channel" travel for seafarers.
Mariners worldwide deliver 80% of trade and are crucial to the supply chain.