On December 4, 2023, a barge-based emissions capture technology, developed by California-based AERAS, was certified by the California Air Resources Board (“CARB”) to begin offering “commercial emission capture and control services for ships at berth” at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
An escalation in drone and missile strikes on maritime shipping passing through the Bab al-Mandab Strait at the southern mouth of the Red Sea has heralded a fresh period of uncertainty for global supply chains and left shippers on...
The lessons learned from the expansion of the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS) to the maritime sector will set the tone for decarbonization around the world, says Harriet Robson, UK Director of Transparensea.
The freight industry is facing a critical issue centered around the practices of brokers and insurance brokers, necessitating stronger regulations to protect owner-operators. The problem arises when fees charged by these intermediaries are perceived as excessive, their role in transactions is seen as exploitative, or when they wield significant market power.
The Port of Redwood City says it is currently unable to move vessels fully laden in and out of the Port due to a sediment ‘bump” in its ship channel that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), San Francisco Division failed to expeditiously address by contracting for sufficient dredging capacity.
A shift in global maritime trade lanes toward India will adversely impact ports in Asia, including Korea, but new opportunities exist for ports to adopt zero-emission fuels to create new market opportunities, according to...
Joon Suk Kang, President of the Busan Port Authority (BPA), hailed the progress made by South Korea’s largest port and said he welcomed collaboration with other ports in pursuit of decarbonization and digitization.