Look – no hands, in Hamburg

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) and German truck maker MAN are developing and testing self-driving trucks in the port of Hamburg.In late May, practice run were successfully carried out ... [+]

London to build first shipyard in a century

The Port of London Authority (PLA) is working with property developers, London & Regional, and the Royal Docks Team to build a shipyard on the Thames. Once, London’s river was teeming ... [+]

Six more mega-ships for Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd has ordered another six ultra large container vessels of over 23,500teu from South Korean’s Daewoo. They will have dual-fuel engines that can use liquefied natural gas (LNG) and deliveries ... [+]

Blue methanol makes Stena greener

Stena Line’s 240-metre ro-pax vessel Germanica has sailed from Gothenburg to Kiel powered by recycled methanol. ‘Blue Methanol’, is a by product of steel production. In 2015 Stena Line converted ... [+]

Panama ready for mega-ships

Five years after starting its expansion programme, the Panama Canal has increased the maximum allowable length for vessels transiting its locks to 370.33 meters (1,215 feet), up from 367.28 meters ... [+]

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