Britannia Group publishes sustainability update

The Britannia Group’s latest report demonstrates how sustainability and ESG are becoming central to its culture and risk management processes. Throughout 2022, the Britannia Group has continued to embed sustainability across the organisation and its business processes. This is being achieved through the development and monitoring of KPIs and the implementation of ethical policies to […]

Constructive discussions continue on Day Two of Maritime Cyprus

The second day of the Maritime Cyprus 2023 conference took place at the Parklane Resort & Spa in Limassol on Tuesday. Themed ‘Shipping in Action: An Agenda for Change’, conference discussions centred on addressing the sustainability of shipping and future of EU shipping. The first panel, titled ‘Challenge Accepted: Energy Transition – Where do we […]

MCTC acts to guard against rice shortages for seafarers

MCTC, the industry leading full catering management provider, is closely monitoring global rice markets, as concerns rise over India’s decision to impose restrictions on non-basmati rice exports. There are growing fears that seafarers could be one of the groups to be impacted if the restrictions hamper the supply of rice into the marketplace. India’s move […]

LR approves ERMA FIRST’s Carbon Capture & Storage System

Lloyd’s Register (LR) has awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) to ERMA FIRST for its amine absorption-based Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) system. ERMA FIRST’s CCS system uses absorption technology to mix CO2 (carbon dioxide) flue gases with a proprietary amine solvent, which is then heated to produce a chemical reaction which reverses the absorption and […]

IBIA seeks industry participation for pivotal digitalisation survey

The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) is inviting industry stakeholders to contribute to its latest initiative – a comprehensive digitalisation survey. Spearheaded by the IBIA Digitalisation Working Group, this endeavour is in anticipation of the forthcoming IBIA Annual Convention. With the goal of providing a holistic overview of the bunker value chain, the survey emphasises […]

Med Marine successfully delivers MED-A2360 RAmparts 2300 series tugboat to Arrendadora Continental

Turkish shipbuilder Med Marine, a leading provider of high-quality tugboats and workboats, is proud to announce the successful delivery of the Med-A2360 class Robert Allan RAstar 2360 design tugboat to Arrendadora Continental, S.A. of Panama. Arrendadora Continental, S.A. chose Med Marine’s Med-A2360 unit for its outstanding operational versatility, making it an ideal choice for terminal […]

ORBCOMM dry container telematics solution now commercially available

ORBCOMM Inc., a leading global provider of supply chain IoT technology, announces that its new dry container telematics solution is commercially available through its global distribution network. ORBCOMM will be showcasing its maritime IoT offering at stand D32 during this week’s Intermodal Europe conference from October 10-12 at the RAI Amsterdam in Netherlands. ORBCOMM’s solution […]

Research report by Thetius and BV reveals pathways for digital collaboration in maritime

A new report commissioned by Bureau Veritas (BV), a world leader in testing, inspection and certification, calls for greater data sharing in the maritime sector, and outlines the benefits of a fresh approach to digital collaboration that will support shipping’s energy transition. Written by maritime innovation consultancy Thetius, the report, titled Common Interest, benchmarks shipping’s […]