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International Women in Maritime Day 2022

The Maritime Executive 18 May 2022
... innovation platform for shipping ... Dorothea is active in the shipping industry, a frequent speaker at events, a known mentor for young professionals and in 2017 Dorothea was awarded with the Next Generation Shipping Award for 2017 at the Lloyd’s List Global Awards in London.
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Ports and Cruise Lines Explore Pacific Northwest-Alaska Green Corridor

The Maritime Executive 18 May 2022
Ports ranging from Seattle and Vancouver to Juneau, Alaska which make up one of the most densely operated cruise routes announced plans to work with the cruise industry to explore one of the first green corridors for shipping ... first cruise-led green shipping corridor.
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Report: Shipping May Need All Existing Renewable Power for Future Fuel

The Maritime Executive 18 May 2022
A new study from the International Chamber of Shipping confirms expectations that the maritime industry will ... Stefan Ulreich, an energy industry expert at the Biberach University of Applied Sciences, the green-energy requirements of tomorrow's shipping industry will be staggering.
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Electric ships hove into view

The Times/The Sunday Times 18 May 2022
... near Blyth, Northumberland, has received an investment from the US shipping group Scorpio to develop technology to help decarbonise the industry.Sponsored.
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New Co-Processed Marine Drop-in Fuel Achieves up to 80% GHG Reduction

The Maritime Executive 18 May 2022
Nordic Marine Oil said that it has started to build its sustainability offering, and the co-processed marine fuel is its first step enabling the shipping industry to reduce its GHG emissions. The company operates its oil terminals and bunker vessels in Danish key ports, serving customers from all segments of the shipping industry.
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Worldwide Express Celebrates 30th Anniversary with Primary Sponsorship Debut in NASCAR Cup Series

Victoria Advocate 18 May 2022
... with carriers and other partners in and outside of the industry ... Worldwide Express, LLC is a full-service, non-asset-based logistics provider offering more than 115,000 customers access to industry-leading small package, truckload and less-than-truckload shipping solutions.
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CRITERIA LABS PARTNERS WITH COBHAM ADVANCED ELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS IN SUPPORT OF ADVANCED OFFBOARD ELECTRONIC WARFARE PROGRAM

The Facts 18 May 2022
The new defense system delivers persistent electronic surveillance and attack capability against naval threats like anti-ship missiles ... "This new partnership reflects the confidence and trust that our defense industry partners place in Criteria Labs," said Doug Myron, President and CEO at Criteria Labs.
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DHL Express invests RM13 mln in new Prai Service Centre

Malaysian National News Agency 18 May 2022
... its Prai Service Centre to a larger, RM13 million facility at the Batu Kawan Industrial Park here to cater to the bigger demand for international shipping by businesses in the northern states.
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Production lines start rolling again in Shanghai

ECNS 18 May 2022
The resumed production comes as insiders and experts said various challenges remain before industrial and supply chains see a complete recovery ... In order to ensure output, plants need to ship in raw materials and ship out products, enabling enterprises along the industrial chain to collaborate smoothly.".
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LandBank of the Philippines launches P50B loan program for crisis-hit enterprises

Sun Star 18 May 2022
The state-run bank has allocated P50 billion for the lending program as a proactive measure to support energy and fuel providers, industry manufacturers of medicines, metals, electronics, and armaments, as well as ship builders, among others.
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Shipbuilders to witness fast growth on soaring demand

China Daily 17 May 2022
Sections for nearly 20 ships still need to be painted, and the issue of getting sufficient marine paint and other industrial parts has delayed production in recent months, he said, pointing out that this will affect the company's schedules for launching new ships and their delivery to foreign customers.
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CF Industries to become Strategic Partner of M�rsk Mc-Kinney M�ller Center

World Fertilizer 17 May 2022
The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping has announced that CF Industries will become a Strategic Partner, committing to a long-term strategic collaboration and contribution to the development of zero carbon technologies and solutions for the maritime industry.
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Singtel launches new maritime platform iSHIP

The Manila Times 17 May 2022
Presently, nearly 90 percent of all goods from finished products to food, fuel and more are shipped over the seas, with maritime trade volume set to triple by 2050 ... IoT devices also help shipping companies meet the maritime industry's ambitious goal, set in June last year, to cut the carbon intensity of all ships by at least 40 percent by 2030.
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World's Biggest Ammonia Producer Joins Center for Zero-Carbon Shipping

The Maritime Executive 17 May 2022
The world's largest producer of ammonia has signed on to the shipping industry's leading clean-fuel technology consortium, the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping ... facing the shipping industry as it works to develop zero-carbon propulsion at scale.
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New report highlights scale of shipping’s renewable challenge

Splash24/7 17 May 2022
The scale of shipping’s green transition has been put into sharp relief with new data from Germany’s University of Applied Sciences showing the global shipping industry will require the equivalent of the world’s entire current renewable energy demand in order to ...

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