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Maersk announces new and innovative cold storage facility in Norway

  Oslo, Norway – A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) continues to integrate global end-to-end cold chains with the announcement of a new innovative cold storage facility planned for Flatholmen quay in Aalesund, Norway. The new facility is specifically designed to accommodate the needs of the vast Norwegian seafood industry. It will be among the largest

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Poseidon Principles third Annual Disclosure Report shows long road ahead to meet IMO targets

  More than two dozen international banks have reported emissions data of their ship finance portfolios in the third Poseidon Principles Annual Disclosure Report 2022, published today. The report visualizes the hard road ahead to reduce emissions. The data remains influenced by COVID-19. This year’s report includes a more granular disclosure of emissions data which

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Construction of Conoship “future-proof” vessel has begun

  The ceremonial start of the construction of Gelibolu Shipyards building number NB60 took place on November 24, 2022, at the Gelibolu Shipyard in Turkey. Construction of the first of a series dubbed  “future-proof,”  environmentally friendly general cargo vessels developed by Dutch design and engineering company Conoship International Projects (CIP) started at Gelibolu Shipyard in

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Port of Vancouver and stakeholders testing low-emission technologies

  The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, together with partners from across the port community, are testing various low- and zero-emission fuels and technologies at the Port of Vancouver, as part of the port authority’s efforts to phase out all port-related emissions by 2050 in support of the Government of Canada’s goal to achieve net-zero emissions

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Port of Felixstowe reaches agreement to end strikes

  Dockworkers at the Port of Felixstowe have reached a deal ending months of strike action that rampaged through UK’s largest container port. The port said that over 90 per cent of its workers have agreed to accept a pay deal that would lift wages 8.5 per cent next year. The port, owned by a

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HOPA Ports signs head lease with MANA

  Hamilton, Ontario, Canada – HOPA Ports and Max Aicher North America (MANA) were pleased to announce the completion of a head lease which will permit more extensive investment and development on MANA’s Hamilton bayfront property. HOPA and MANA have been working together since 2020 on various industrial uses for a 60-acre parcel at Pier 18 on

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Oppsense Inc. partners with Navtek Naval Technologies to offer world’s first electric-powered tugboat in Canada

  Oppsense Inc.., a Toronto-based company offering services for international companies to expand their business to Canada, today announced a new partnership agreement with Turkey’s NAVTEK Naval Technologies for the Canadian Market.  NAVTEK Naval Technologies, Deputy General Manager Zahit Ogurlu said: “Today’s announcement marks a new era of cooperation in which we will offer ZEETUG, the

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Soren Skou handing over Maersk helm to Vincent Clerc

  Left to Right: Soren Skou, CEO of Maersk and incoming CEO Vincent Clerc Since 2016 Soren Skou has led the transformation of A. P. Møller – Mærsk A/S (Maersk) from a diversified conglomerate to an integrated logistics company and set the business on a new growth trajectory. Vincent Clerc, currently CEO of the company’s

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