Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE) is continued to pursue its interest in nuclear power.
Louisiana-based company Gulf Wind Technology has secured funding from Shell to set up a wind power research and training facility at the former Avondale Shipyard site, a storied location which is ready for redevelopment.
When Maersk and MSC announced that they were winding up the 2M Alliance and going their separate ways, the two shipping industry titans claimed that a change in their in
The first commercial installation of an automated high-bay storage system for containers is planned at the Busan New Port in South Korea. The storage system which is designed to increase productivity at the port will be integrated along with the existing truck operations as a retrofit on an existing empty storage area within the port, according to BOXBAY, a joint venture company formed by DP World and industrial engineering specialist SMS Group.
The American Association of Port Authorities issued a statement responding to the media reports circulating over the past week that suggested Chinese-manufactured cranes used to move containers and other heavy cargo in ports might compromise U.S.
A positive tick-up in trade numbers for January 2023 reported by the U.S. government on Wednesday followed by a forecast for a slow climb back for U.S.
Hong Kong marked another milestone in the restoration of its tourism industry and the progressive rebuilding of cruise ships operating from the port. The first cruise ship to homeport in Hong Kong in over a year set off on her maiden voyage today as port officials highlighted the return of international cruise ships and the pending resumption of cruises from Hong Kong to international destinations.