A US-flagged tanker built in Bethlehem Steel in 1963 and scrapped in 2021 has pinged its AIS location in the Russian port of Novorossiysk recently, one of several bizarre AIS signals broadcasted by the dead vessel in the past four years
Partnership will see Lloyd’s List Intelligence’s vessel-tracking data integrated into communication software developer’s new AI-driven solution for charterers, Pulse
Co-operation with Danish offshore shipping company Esvagt takes Greece-based data analytics firm Metis’ range of solutions ‘in a new direction’
Singapore became the world’s first port to adopt electronic bunker delivery notes in November 2023. It is anticipated that digital bunkering will be made mandatory in the country by the end of 2024
ZeroNorth’s ‘data flywheel’ is growing, this time with the additional high-frequency data insights developed in-house by Euronav
Maritime insight and data specialist Lloyd’s List Intelligence and commodities and data analytics provider Vortexa announce strategic tie-up on future product, market analysis, editorial and commercial collaboration
Boutique transportation and maritime bank AMA Capital Partners and maritime technology firm Skysail Advisors are partnering up to help maritime tech firms access capital
Technology is seen as being the means to transform the efficiency and resilience of supply chains
Singapore port’s container throughput reached a new high of 39m teu in 2023
Trasgo provides end-to-end solutions across sectors, serving goods including automotive parts, fast-moving consumer goods, electronics, food and beverage, and furniture
Lloyd’s List’s annual outlook poll for 2023 found widespread doubts that the 2030 and 2040 targets can be met, while geopolitics has surpassed fears on the economy as a key risk
Japanese company says the system can navigate routes and steer to avoid collisions
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