Maersk aims to lead the way in decarbonizing the world's shipping container logistics with the construction of eight new ocean-going ships.
With minor adjustments, Norwegian scientist Gruber says it is quite possible to run ocean-going vessels on ammonia instead of heavy fuel oil.
Just like road traffic, shipping needs to become more sustainable. Research organization TNO is helping to find solutions
Lubricating with water sounds like a contradiction. But not for Reintrieb: The start-up has developed an oil-free lubrication system for gearboxes.
Infrared laser light can penetrate the paint layers to take a three-dimensional picture of the inside of the coating.
An experimental naval ship that runs on hydrogen, among other resources, will be launched in the Mediterranean this year. The ship is the first of its kind.
"With this initiative, the Dutch government will be the first to sail emission-free ships and strengthen our international competitive position."
Inland shipping can make the transport of goods more ecological. The EU project IW-NET aims to provide the necessary digital tools.
If The Netherlands intends to meet the Paris climate targets, sea and inland shipping must also commit to them. As in become climate-neutral vessels. In […]
The energy transition is in full swing. Huge efforts are underway to reduce the emissions of CO2 and other pollutants. Some sectors are succeeding better […]
OceanOps reduces delays in container transport. With a dynamic platform for route change, the brand-new company from Rotterdam enables forwarders and importers to keep their […]
”Your sneak preview of the future” is the slogan of Innovation Origins, and that’s just what we will highlight with our Start-up of the Week […]
Ships in European waters and inland rivers are required to be emission-free by 2050. They need a radical makeover in order to accomplish this goal. […]
The start-up bound4blue is helping shipowners reduce their pollutant emissions as well as reduce their fuel-related costs, aiming at shipping vessels in particular. The Spanish […]