Read more in the article: Set rotors! in BTJ 4/2016
For some the term "sustainability" is just a magic spell repeated across Brussel's corridors. For others it is their default mindset, a vision they have for what the world should look like today and in the future.
Read more in the interview: In the wake of a new era of shipping in BTJ 4/2016
As many as 52% of British citizens decided to leave, so Europe in general, and the Baltic Sea region in particular, has to face yet another cha(lle)nge, as the UK has been an important trading partner for them.
Read in the article: Facing an uncertain future in BTJ 4/2016
Hard fact-based figures on European shipyards went down in 2015 again. However, the industry did not reach the bottom of an empty reservoir, it rather slid into a valley where other climbing paths await.
Read in Focus: European shipyards' performance in 2015 in BTJ 4/2016
Royal Caribbean Cruises has entrusted the Meyer Turku Shipyard with the building of two new Icon-class dual-fuel and fuel cells-equipped cruise ships.
During the GoLNG Polska! Seminar, organised on October 18th by the Motus Foundation, key Polish companies associated with Liquefied Natural Gas made a decision of establishing a country's LNG cluster.
Maersk Line's Northern Monument is the first ship that test-called at Depwater Container Terminal Gdańsk's second brand-new quay.
The Danish company Practical Intermodal Communication (PICit) will be responsible for supplying Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) with the PIC TOS logistics system.
The 90/10 JV between Bomin Linde LNG and Klaipedos nafta has chartered from Bernhard Schulte what's said to be up-to-date the world's biggest LNG bunker supply vessel.
The company, a subsidiary of the Swedish Erik Thun AB, has contracted the Dutch Ferus Smit shipyard for constructing four dual-fuel (LNG) coastal chemical tankers.