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BIMCO Ship Recycling Report confirms need for non-EU yards on EU list

  A report commissioned by BIMCO shows that while the EU list of approved ship recycling facilities continues to grow, new additions have not added significant capacity to meet the demands of the global shipping industry. Therefore, BIMCO believes focus must shift towards adding facilities outside of the EU. The report also shows that the

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ArcelorMittal breaks ground on $1.8b Hamilton decarbonisation project

  ArcelorMittal, in the presence of the governments of Canada and Ontario, has broken ground on its CAD$1.8 billion investment decarbonisation project at the ArcelorMittal Dofasco plant in Hamilton, Ontario. The project, a partnership between ArcelorMittal and the governments of Canada and Ontario, which was first announced in July last year, will play an important

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Joint UBC and Clear Seas study to provide path to Zero-Impact Marine Shipping

  Vancouver, B.C. — A joint research project between the University of British Columbia (UBC), the Clear Seas Centre for Responsible Marine Shipping (Clear Seas) and the National Research Council of Canada’s (NRC) Ocean, Coastal and River Engineering Research Centre aims to play a key role in reducing the environmental footprint of shipping, which accounts

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Teck Resources to deploy two electric tugboats

  Vancouver – Teck Resources Limited has announced an agreement to deploy two electric tug boats at Neptune Terminal in Vancouver, British Columbia (B.C.) in support of Teck’s climate goals, which will mark the first electric tugs operating in Canada as a full tugboat package for harbour assist and tug services. Under the agreement, SAAM will furnish

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Minister of Transport announces action to ease supply chain regulations

    Winnipeg – The Minister of Transport, Omar Alghabra, announced today how the Government of Canada is implementing $17 million over five years through several new initiatives that streamline regulations and reduce bureaucracy across our supply chains. This commitment of $17 million was made in Budget 2022, and will go towards several new initiatives to make sure the rail, marine, and air modes

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CargoM launches daily media watch

    MONTREAL – CargoM, the Logistics and Transportation Metropolitan Cluster of Montreal, announces the launch of a new daily media monitoring service, INTERMODAL, starting today. Driven by its vision of economic development and outreach for Greater Montreal and the Province of Quebec, CargoM is providing its members and partners with this tool, which is

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Cepsa and the Port of Rotterdam work towards the first green hydrogen corridor between the north and south of Europe

  Cepsa and the Port of Rotterdam are to work together to establish the first green hydrogen corridor between southern and northern Europe, ensuring a green hydrogen supply chain between two of Europe’s main ports, Rotterdam and Algeciras, as agreed in the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed by both parties. Cepsa plans to export hydrogen

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