A.P. Moller – Maersk reports solid Q1 results

A.P. Moller – Maersk (Maersk) reports a first quarter of 2023 in line with expectations. Continued destocking and easing of congestions implied lower volumes across all segments. Revenue declined by 26% year-on-year to USD 14.2bn from USD 19.3bn. EBITDA decreased to USD 4.0bn from USD 9.1bn, and EBIT to USD 2.3bn from USD 7.3bn. The […]

Breakthrough solution provides one-stop-shop to manage vessel performance

A new maritime performance solution, OneLink, has been launched, combining several revolutionary performance platforms under one umbrella, helping maritime operators manage the intricacies of vessel performance. Operators who previously had to utilise numerous different services to get all the information they needed to optimise vessel performance and manage emissions regulations can now turn to the […]

IMO’s Carbon Intensity Indicator explained in video series

The mandatory Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) is explained through a new series of videos, developed by the Global Industry Alliance to Support Low Carbon Shipping (Low Carbon GIA), which provide an introduction to IMO’s requirements and how to navigate them. The videos are between five and 20 minutes in duration and are free to access […]

MCTC encourages maritime industry to come together for Cook’s Day 2023

Investing in our crew members’ physical and mental health is fast being recognised as a crucial element to sustain the future of shipping – and on May 30th the industry is being encouraged to join together to celebrate Cook’s Day 2023. MCTC, the international catering management provider to the maritime sector, will host the second […]

MNWB issues plea for seafarers to complete UK port welfare survey

Seafarers are being urged to give their views on the services and support available during visits to UK ports in a new survey. The UK Port Welfare Seafarers’ Survey, launched this week by leading maritime charity the Merchant Navy Welfare Board (MNWB), will shine a light on improvements needed to enhance seafarers’ welfare. The survey […]

UK-EU project to develop carbon capture and other green retrofit solutions

A joint UK-EU project to develop retrofit carbon capture solutions and other technologies for ships to reduce their emissions and fuel consumption has got underway. The Green Marine project, led by the Cyprus Marine & Maritime Institute (CMMI, brings together 10 partners from industry and academia from all over Europe and UK, including the University […]