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Decarbonization of shipping and future fuels

Decarbonization of shipping and future fuels

The spine of the international economy Shipping is the spine of the international economy. According to the united Nations Conference on trade and development (UNCTAD), shipping is certainly the most effictive mode of goods transportation and transports almost 80% of the globe’s trade volume. As the maritime industry’s progress carries on, carbon emission from shipping …

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Understanding IMO 2020 Regulation

Understanding IMO 2020 Regulation

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has introduced a new fuel regulation that limits sulfur emissions to 0.5% from January 1, 2020. Therefore, all ships must reduce sulfur dioxide by 85%. What does this Regulation include? The IMO2020 Emissions Regulation means that ships must significantly reduce their emissions both on the high seas and in coastal …

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Analysis of the top priorities of the Port of Rotterdam

Analysis of the top priorities of the Port of Rotterdam

Introduction Port of Tangier is ranked 6th having an exponential evolution according to le point. The idea with our analysis is to set up a framework, for a benchmark on the port of Rotterdam, that will help us to identify the trends and analyze the potential top priorities that could drive the vision of an …

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Container Types And Dimensions

Standard Containers (Dryvan): Standard containers are the most common freight units used to transport all kinds of dry cargo. The most common sizes are usually twenty-foot (20′) and forty-foot (40′) containers. High Cube Containers: High cube containers are structurally similar to standard containers, but their internal volume of 2896mm allows more loading capacity for larger cargoes. It …

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