Topic: Sustainability

IMO approves energy label for shipping

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has approved a proposal to introduce an energy label for shipping. The plan is that all ships are to receive an operational carbon intensity rating ranging from A to E,...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Wagenborg Nedlift switches to bamboo jacking beams

Wagenborg Nedlift is switching materials of its jacking beams. Instead of tropical hardwood, the Dutch heavy-lift company will start using bamboo which it calls a better alternative. “Tropical hardwood (Azobé) is a scarce natural product...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

IMO’s CO2 plan swarmed by disagreement

IMO’s plan to legislate a 40% reduction in maritime CO2 emissions within ten years has resulted in a mixed response from shipping organisations. The environmental movement, on the other hand, has sharply criticised the plan...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Wind-powered ro/ro carrier to set sail in 2024

Wallenius Marine is now absolutely sure the vessel its wind-driven ro/ro-carrier Oceanbird will become a reality, says Chief Operating Officer Per Tunell. The vessel will be equipped with five 80-metre wing rigs to sail on...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Allseas develops waste collector for rivers

Using the wind and currents to intercept waste, Allseas has revealed a new waste collection system for rivers called Catchy. The system is designed to catch both large waste floating on the surface and smaller...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers
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Topic: Sustainability

IMO approves energy label for shipping

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has approved a proposal to introduce an energy label for shipping. The plan is that all ships are to receive an operational carbon intensity rating ranging from A to E,...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Wagenborg Nedlift switches to bamboo jacking beams

Wagenborg Nedlift is switching materials of its jacking beams. Instead of tropical hardwood, the Dutch heavy-lift company will start using bamboo which it calls a better alternative. “Tropical hardwood (Azobé) is a scarce natural product...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

IMO’s CO2 plan swarmed by disagreement

IMO’s plan to legislate a 40% reduction in maritime CO2 emissions within ten years has resulted in a mixed response from shipping organisations. The environmental movement, on the other hand, has sharply criticised the plan...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Wind-powered ro/ro carrier to set sail in 2024

Wallenius Marine is now absolutely sure the vessel its wind-driven ro/ro-carrier Oceanbird will become a reality, says Chief Operating Officer Per Tunell. The vessel will be equipped with five 80-metre wing rigs to sail on...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers

Allseas develops waste collector for rivers

Using the wind and currents to intercept waste, Allseas has revealed a new waste collection system for rivers called Catchy. The system is designed to catch both large waste floating on the surface and smaller...Read more
|Comment|author: Tobias Pieffers