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The Maritime Standard Awards 2024

TMS Awards 2024 call for entries 15th May 2024, Dubai, UAE: The Maritime Standard is launching a call for entries to the 11th edition of The Maritime Standard Awards 2024. A glittering, high quality event with key decision makers from across the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent in attendance, The Maritime Standard Awards will […]
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TMS launches second TACCC conference

1st May 2024, Dubai, UAE: The Maritime Standard is to hold its second Transportation and Climate Change Conference (TMS TACCC), on Thursday, 26th September 2024, at the high quality Saadiyat Rotana Resort, Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi. Building on the huge success of the inaugural event held in 2023, at the same venue, TMS TACCC […]
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Chemical Challenger sets sail as first ship with Green Award’s GHG Label for innovative wind technology use

Rotterdam, May 3, 2024 – Green Award Foundation proudly announces that the Chemical Challenger, a chemical tanker operated by Chemship, has become the first vessel to receive the prestigious Green Award GHG Label for CO2 reduction through the use of innovative wind technology. The 16,000-ton chemical tanker, managed by Fleet Management Limited in Hong Kong, […]
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Maritime Week Las Palmas 2024

The Port of Las Palmas is a key strategic mid-Atlantic maritime and logistics hub serving the offshore energy sector as well as ships sailing to and from Africa, Europe and the Americas. Lately it has also been playing a vital role in refuelling vessels diverted around Africa from the Red Sea and Suez Canal. Maritime […]
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Marine Ecology News Digest – April 2024

Global Concern Coral Crisis is a Climate Crisis The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) warns that coral reefs are facing unprecedented stress due to rising ocean temperatures. This global coral bleaching event could be the largest on record. (Source: WWF website) Conservation Efforts A significant conservation victory establishes vast new marine protected areas in the Antarctic,
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