- Vision of the Fjords wins universal accessibility award from DOGA
- Advent Intermodal Solutions releases eModalPRO™ data services
- Mackay Communications & Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress Partnership
- South Florida Diesel Specialist Named as Cox Distributor in Key Target Region
- GNS launches VOYAGER Hub: a new generation back of bridge software solution for commercial shipping
- Actisense Wins British Chamber Awards Regional Export Business of the Year Accolade
- Online learning is the new key to incident investigation
- Wärtsilä uses start-up mindset to accelerate Intelligent Vessel outcomes
- The construction of New West Port in Kalundborg has begun
- Kongsberg completes Installation of Cutting-Edge Marine Ecosystem Assessment Solution on new Argentinian Research Ship
Ports and Harbours
A group of children from the Suffolk Young Carers charity explored the Ipswich Haven Marina as part of an experience day organised by a team of ABP employees.
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners has appointed Duane Kenagy as the Port of Long Beach’s Deputy Executive Director. Kenagy most recently served as Interim Chief Executive, overseeing the nation’s second-busiest seaport during the search that ended in naming Mario Cordero as Executive Director.
Crews from ABP’s ports of Lowestoft, Ipswich and King’s Lynn took part in this year’s East Anglia Dragon Festival to raise funds for the East Coast Hospice.
Grant workshop at the PortTwo workshops to assist applicants with their submissions for the Port of Long Beach's Community Grants Program will be held this month. The first workshop, on the Community Health Program, will be Wednesday, May 10, at 2 p.m.; the second, on the Air Filtration Program, will be Thursday, May 25, at 2 p.m.
One of the finest expedition ships on the seas, the MS National Geographic Explorer, will be visiting the Port of Ipswich on Tuesday 2 May. Having commenced its voyage, operated by Lindblad Expeditions Ltd, at the Port of Edinburgh it will pass through Ipswich on the way to its final destination at Bergen, Norway.
The Port of Hamburg is among Europe’s most flexible and high-performance universal ports. Apart from the high speed and quality of its cargo handling, as well as its superb hinterland links, the Port of Hamburg is especially notable for its diverse range of logistic services, including those for import and export freight of all types.
The expansion of Kiel’s Ostuferhafen is being funded by the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein out of its Forward Planning Programme: Economy (ZPW) and co-financed by the GRW – a community-based initiative aimed at improving regional economic structures.
Visitors to the 2017 Poole Harbour Boat Show, in association with Sunseeker, will have plenty to keep them occupied this year. The show, which is free to enter, takes place between 19-21 May.