After a challenging year filled with disruptions caused by the global Covid-19 pandemic, a recent review of sea freight shows a promising future of the adapting industry.
A fuel technology firm co-founded by Bill Gates is part of a push to move a new generation of nuclear reactors onto shipping freight.
To meet the goals set by the United Nations for net-zero emissions, the shipping industry must launch the first net-zero ships into the global fleet by 2030.
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Logistics UK has urged its members & their customers to make sure they “prepare as much as possible for the new trading conditions the industry will face”.
One of the biggest stories around the future of shipping has been the movement towards carbon-neutral sea freight.
The future of shipping is zero emissions, which can be achieved through the use of hydrogen fuel cells, according to major fuel company Shell.
The choice of fuel used by the global shipping industry will be crucial to helping the sector decarbonise and achieve a positive impact on climate change.
A Swedish consortium has unveiled an innovative sailing cargo vessel that could revolutionise maritime transport across the Atlantic Ocean.
MP for Witney and West Oxfordshire Robert Courts has just been promoted to minister for aviation and maritime at the Department for Transport.