Transforming Aberdeen into Europe’s energy port

With an eye on catering to growing renewable energy and decommissioning markets, the port of Aberdeen has undertaken the largest marine infrastructure project in the UK A transformation is underway at the Port of Aberdeen. Often called the “Oil Capital of Europe”, the Port of Aberdeen has long

Breakbulk on the Rise

Despite tariff concerns and driven by new energy projects, breakbulk cargoes at U.S. ports are growing. Maritime research consultancy Drewry suggested earlier this year in its “Multipurpose Forecaster and Annual Review” that the multipurpose shipping market, which includes both breakbulk and project cargoes, would show improvement this year after a

Trio forge port agreement

ALE, the Port of Dundee and OM Heavy Lift have signed an agreement with the aim to provide the full service of port operations for the offshore wind and decommissioning industries. The Port of Dundee currently works with offshore wind and decommissioning clients in the North Sea, to provide but the

Mammoet partners with PortXL

Dutch heavy lift specialist Mammoet has signed an agreement to join the world’s first port and maritime industry start-up accelerator, PortXL. This partnership enables Mammoet to collaborate with established businesses and start-ups active in the maritime sector – working in energy, ports, refineries, shipping, and logistics. The end goal of PortXL

US Gulf Coast ports getting ready for Tropical Storm Gordon

Tropical Storm Gordon tracked in a west/northwest path across the eastern Gulf of Mexico Tuesday morning and is expected to reach hurricane strength winds of at least 75 miles per hour, before making landfall Tuesday night somewhere between southeast Louisiana and the Alabama/Florida state line official said. The US Coast Guard captain of the

China Constructs New Terminal in Suez Canal

China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) began the main phase of the construction of a new terminal basin in Sokhna Port south of the Suez Canal northeast of Egypt, said he state media Xinhua. According to the report, the project was assigned to CHEC by the Sokhna branch of the Emirati corporation

New Ocean Carrier Calls PhilaPort

Atlantic RoRo Carriers Inc. (ARRC) had its first vessel call at The Port of Philadelphia’s Tioga Marine Terminal. The M/V Warnow Sun is part of ARRC’s multi-cargo handling vessels of breakbulk, project cargo, vehicles, containers and heavy lift ability operating between St. Petersburg, Russia; Antwerp, Belgium and the United States