Transportation
July 2022

Demand for crew is currently high with the shipping boom, yet following the Covid-19 pandemic many skilled and experienced crew are leaving the industry, having endured many months, and in some cases, years, stuck on vessels.






July 2022

The global material handling equipment market size is set to register significant growth through 2027, due to the growing labour costs, says a study by market research firm Graphical Research.






July 2022

Cargo throughput volumes at Saudi ports rose by 23.7 per cent hitting a total of 21.04 million tonnes with general cargo registering a 21.86 per cent increase reaching a total of 810,244 tonnes. Dry bulk increased by 2.46 per cent totalling 4.17 million tonnes, and liquid bulk rising by 30.74 per cent notching 15.






July 2022

Vard Electro, a global provider of marine electrical systems, aims to facilitate a new generation of larger robotic vessels with the launch of SeaQ Remote to provide centralised remote operation of automated ship control systems and deck machinery in support of lean crewing, lower costs, safety and sustainability.






July 2022

The Global Shippers Forum (GSF), the global business organisation representing cargo owners which export and import across international supply chains, is urging regulators to make sure that the potential for shipping lines to remove older tonnage from the market is not used as a disguised means for capacity management resulting in higher freight r






July 2022

Otokar, a global land systems manufacturer in Turkey, recently promoted its armoured vehicles as well as its capabilities in land systems at Eurosatory 2022, a major defence industry exhibition in Paris, France.






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