Pia Meling of Massterly, the world’s first company set up to operate autonomous vessels, is more focused on getting trucks off the road than unmanned vessels on the water. With major players now preparing to set sail, is this the start of a transportation revolution?
1036 ways to save the Ocean
What challenges are addressed by impact driven ocean startups, where are they based and why is our oceans a great investment opportunity?
#ACTION on the agenda for 2021
As an industry, as a world, we need action! Nor-Shipping 2021 is the place to experience it. We want to celebrate the players that are prospering in the ocean, help enable those that wish to, encourage new partnerships, collaboration and knowledge sharing, and demonstrate to all our stakeholders that there is opportunity in challenges.
Explore new opportunities at the Norway-Asia Business Summit 2019
Nor-Shipping is a proud supporter of Norway-Asia Business Summit 2019 in Shanghai, and we encouarge you to set your sails to Shanghai to attend the upcoming Norway-Asia Business Summit 2019, taking place 31 October to 2 November.
ECOsubsea set to clean up in shipping
Norwegian brothers Tor and Klaus Østervold finally have proof of concept for their revolutionary ECOsubsea hull cleaning technology. Here Tor explains how this young business will help maritime rid itself of an age-old problem.
The exhibitor experience
Wulff Entre is the Official Finland Pavilion Organizer and a repeat exhibitor at Nor-Shipping. We spoke with Ninnia Arion, CEO Wulff Entre, to hear about her Nor-Shipping experiences.
Seaspan snaps up boxship fleet for $380m
US-listed group approaches 1m teu with deal for neo-panamaxes
KSS Line linked to another VLGC at Hyundai Heavy
Fourth ship in series ordered by South Korean owner, brokers say
Low-profile oil broker emerges behind Ridgebury and Novellas Union tanker buys
Murtaza Lakhani-controlled Mercantile & Maritime Trading snaps up former Ridgebury VLs and other tankers
DSME falls back to a huge loss after drillship cancellation
The ship is likely to be the unit cancelled by John Fredriksen's Northern Drilling last month.
Yang Ming takes $45m hit after returning chartered ships
Taiwanese container line bites bullet by scrapping charters for expensive vessels
Hapag-Lloyd ups earnings as rates rise in the third quarter
German container line comes through tariff wars with better returns
Zeaborn seeks to bring 250 ships under technical management
Bremen-based shipmanager to target Germany's small and medium-size fleets in consolidation move
New VLCCs help HMM to 'remarkable' loss reduction
Bulk division boosts South Korean owner but it remains in the red