The World Shipping Council, the International Chamber of Shipping and BIMCO today expressed their thanks to the 12 nations that have jointly condemned the ongoing illegal attacks on ships in the Red Sea and unlawful detention of vessels and crews there.
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As crucial interconnectors between logistics and clean energy stakeholders, ports are playing a greater role than ever in driving maritime transformation, says new International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) president and Port of Hamburg CEO Jens Meier.
Exploring how AI is being deployed in other transport sectors offers vital insights for its future deployment in shipping.
Baku port has ambitious plans to create a transhipment hub to handle cargo previously routed through Russia, with work to expand its container operations to 500,000 TEU scheduled for 2024.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) welcomes the announcement from the US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin of the initiation of Operation Prosperity Guardian, to address the security challenges in the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden and expresses gratitude for action being taken to safeguard the lives of our seafarers and ships.
• At the Shaping the Future of Shipping: Delivering a Net Zero World summit a course was set to deliver on the International Maritime Organization’s net zero strategy. • The industry flagship summit convened over 300 maritime and energy sector leaders and key stakeholders, from 30 countries, across the supply chain along with six governments leaders during COP28 at the iconic Museum of the Future.