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Smart containers on the way

04-March-2023: Japanese container shipping company ONE has engaged Sony to work on a 'smart container' solution that can be implemented across their entire fleet.

Soon even the largest container ships can be welcomed in Rotterdam

04-March-2023: From the end of 2024, the latest generation of ships can also be welcomed in the port of Rotterdam. The ships are so gigantic, as much as 430 by 66.50 metres, that new slipways will have to be built for them.

Fewer containers transshipped in 2022

04-March-2023: Research by London-based consultancy Drewry's Port Throughput Indices found that 8% fewer containers were transhipped at European ports in 2022 compared to 2021.

Hydrogen-powered project wins government funding for shipping

04-March-2023: A consortium led by zero-emission pioneers ACUA Ocean and Unitrove has received government funding of £4 million to develop a project that could ensure cargo is transported between mainland Scotland and the islands using an autonomous vessel powered by hydrogen.

Hundreds of millions for expansion of Bremerhaven port

14-February-2023: The Bremen state government wants to further expand Bremerhaven, Germany's second-largest container port, to compete with major European ports such as Rotterdam and Antwerp.

Maersk diverts ships after Turkish port closes due to earthquake

14-February-2023: The Turkish port of Iskenderun suffered damage in an earthquake in the southeast of the country last Monday. Maersk therefore decided to divert its ships to alternative ports.

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