Now in its ninth year, the Middle East Bunkering Convention (MEBC) returns to Dubai in February to offer expert comment and informed debate about the issues and challenges impacting the global marine fuel sector and, as always, to provide a sharp focus on the evolving Middle East bunker market.
Introduction In the vast world of international trade, the maritime industry stands as a colossal force that connects nations, cultures, and markets. Yet, this magnificent prowess also comes with a significant environmental price tag. Enter the era of sustainable shipping practices and green ports – a beacon of hope in the quest for a greener […]
Palau International Ship Registry (PISR) is at the forefront of promoting sustainable shipping(Green Shipping) practices and embracing digital innovations. Driven by an unwavering commitment to sustainability and environmental preservation, PISR has launched a number of projects and introduced incentives that underscore its role in advancing decarbonisation and efficient
Late 2023 may well be an inflexion point for the ARA bunker market – and the global marine fuels sector. The industry is grappling with the demands of recent regulation, such EEXI and CII, and close on the horizon – in 2024 – the EU’s Fit for 55 measures will begin to impact bunkering and […]
LATIN AMERICAN SHIPPING AND TRADING: TOWARDS AN INCLUSIVE GREENER DIGITAL FUTURE This year’s WISTA International AGM & Conference will be celebrated in October in Montevideo, the beautiful capital city of Uruguay. The conference will focus on the key shipping and trading activities that make Latin America such an essential piece of the global economic jigsaw. […]
Donsö Shipping Meet (DSM) has once again brought together members of the Swedish Shipowners´ Association, having missed meeting during the pandemic. Shipping companies, shipowners, seafarers and suppliers to the maritime industry gathered for DSM 2022 – Clean Ocean with Future in Sight – on the island of Donsö, Sweden between June 14-15 2022 to discuss […]
Sallaum Lines, the International Maritime Shipping Company, seeks to expand operations and services through its plans to establish shipping lines with the Arab countries, which include lines reaching China and Korea. Dr. Wissam Naji, CCO/Head of Sales, Sallaum Lines SA, told Robban Assafina during Breakbulk Middle East which was held lately at Dubai, about the […]
Indonesia’s President-Elect declared in his election campaign that the development of maritime infrastructure would be a top priority for his government.