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Maritime industry critical of EU’s emissions stance

Industry associations and regulators have criticised the European Union following Wednesday’s (16 September) vote in the European Parliament to include shipping in the EU...

EU seeks to impose ETS on shipping by January 2022

In a move that will be seen as piling pressure on shipping regulators and the shipping industry the Environment Committee of the European Parliament...

Bag-in-tank solutions reduce GHG emissions

An estimated 30% of the food produced for human consumption globally is wasted within the food supply chain, according to a study by the...

EU backs logistics research project that will smooth logistics and trade

In the latest logistics and transport project the EU has funded a collaborative effort between 36 companies and academic institutions to develop a comprehensive...

ESC sends strong message to EC over alliances’ Block Exemption

European shippers and other transport bodies have written to European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen to express their "strong disapproval" of the commission's...

ESC approves EU’s electronic documents proposal

The ESC welcomes the proposal of the European Commission to oblige authorities to accept regulatory freight transport information in electronic format! ESC is the...

EUMOFA: Seabass in the EU

In 2016, the production of farmed seabass reached 191.000 tonnes globally. Out of this, 82.000 tonnes were farmed in the EU, 81.000 tonnes in...
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Log-In Logística and Nautilus Labs collaborate to accelerate decarbonisation

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MSC’s updated service to connect West Med, West Africa and Türkiye

MSC announced the enhancement of its West Mediterranean - West Africa service to link directly Türkiye with West Africa region. The service will be renamed...

Prime mover driver dies after vehicle plunges into sea off Singapore port

The driver of a prime mover was killed after his vehicle fell into waters off Singapore’s Keppel Terminal this morning (31 January). The Maritime and...

MPC Container Ships sells one, buys two boxships

The Norwegian vessel owner MPC Container Ships (MPCC) and its joint venture partner have agreed to sell the 2,800 TEU container ship AS Carinthia,...