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The Port of Rotterdam Authority has launched ‘Boxinsider’, an application that allows shippers and freight forwarders to see where their containers are located at any given moment.
The 38’ x 13’ monohull dive compliance vessel Salish Scout was recently accepted by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources after successful launch and sea trials in Port Angeles Harbour.
The Port of Los Angeles continues to make progress cutting emissions from ships, trains, trucks, harbour craft and cargo handling equipment since 2005, according to its 2018 Inventory of Air Emissions Report.
Ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge permit unique technology to be used on ships’ hulls following exacting tests to demonstrate system meets latest strict clean water environmental regulations.
ABB will install Port of Incheon’s first shore-to-ship power solution, enabling passenger vessels to cut emissions, noise and vibrations at berth.