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China Ministry of Transport releases guidance on pollution control

2015/09/02

 
China Ministry of Transport releases guidance on pollution control
China’s Ministry of Transport has officially released an implementation plan to control ship and port pollution for the next five years. According to the release the ministry said by 2020 sulfur oxides and nitrogen oxides emission in the regions of … Continue reading
 

China’s breakthrough in 3D printing for shipbuilding

2015/08/10

 
China’s breakthrough in 3D printing for shipbuilding
The use of 3D printing as a technology in the maritime sector remains a relatively new concept. But the application of this technology especially in shipbuilding is actually a viable option in view of the need for a wide-ranging and … Continue reading
 

Indonesia allocating $295m to build ships for maritime highway

2015/03/04

 
Indonesia allocating $295m to build ships for maritime highway
President Joko Widodo’s maritime highway initiative looks like it is gaining some traction with Indonesia’s government earmarking IDR3.79trn ($292.5m) in the revised 2015 budget to build freight and passenger ships to serve new routes to the outer islands, local reports … Continue reading
 

Shipping technology could cool the earth with bubbles, study finds

2015/01/29

 
Shipping technology could cool the earth with bubbles, study finds
  When we are told shipping has a vital role to play in counteracting the effects of global warming, eye rolls usually ensue – but far from a further ratcheting on the emissions performance clamp, a new study suggests altering … Continue reading
 

Shanghai port takes crown as busiest container port for 2014

2015/01/14

 
Shanghai port takes crown as busiest container port for 2014
China’s Shanghai has taken the crown as the world’s busiest container port for the fifth consecutive year as the port authority announced a 2014 throughput of 35.29m teu. Last year’s box volumes rose 4.5% compared to 33.77m teu recorded in … Continue reading
 


 

PRESS RELEASE

Hong Kong, 21 December 2015 – The world’s most influential and largest international maritime event in 2015 - Marintec China, concluded on 4th December at the Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre. The event welcomed over 2,000 exhibiting companies and covered 80,000 square metres of exhibition space. 17 national and group pavilions from Austria, China, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan region, the United States and the United Kingdom were presented and the event totalled 61,997 visits from 116 countries and regions over a four day period. 

 

 

 

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