Leading international seafarers' welfare organisations urge the EU to recognise the role of seafarers in the rescue of migrants at sea
Bournemouth and Poole has been named the world’s first sustainable fish city, after restaurants and catering firms across the area committed to only using fish from sustainable sources.
APM Terminals Maasvlakte II is the world’s first fully-automated, zero-emissions container terminal which the company says sets standards for safety, productivity and sustainability
A new anchor handling tug supply design that focuses on low fuel consumption and reduced environmental impact has been unveiled by Wärtsilä
According to a new survey by Consero, nearly 50 percent of procurement leaders say they have achieved tangible savings from employing a sustainability programme
Rickmers Group says it will modernise major parts of its fleet to be more environmentally friendly and to keep up with customer demands for low slot costs
Hapag-Lloyd and the Shenzhen Port Green Convention have entered into an agreement to cut back on sulphur oxide while the company's vessels are docked at port
On April 7 the International Chamber of Shipping highlighted how the IMO and the ILO work together to make sure that goals for social and environmental sustainability are being met by the industry
Soon, new rules will require that EU-registered ships are only recycled at sustainable facilities, lowering the environmental and human cost of the current process of dismantling vessels on SA beaches
The Stena Germanica, which was inaugurated on the 27th March, is the first ferry to use methanol as its main fuel
Incentra’s Managing Director, Bjørn Bergesen, shares his thoughts on how procurement can find its place in the organisational puzzle
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