The BallastAce system developed by JFE Engineering Corporation has been installed aboard the newly constructed Federal Biscay bulk carrier received from the Oshima Shipyard yesterday and set to operate in the Great Lakes next season.
The Port of Cleveland has sold its first load of Cuyahoga River sediment to a construction company. Great Lakes Construction Co. purchased 6,890 cubic yards (the equivalent of 300 dump-truck loads) of sediment from the port and its partner, the Kurtz Bros. Inc. landscaping company. The material will be used by the Ohio Department of […]
Port Everglades received its first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for its Cruise Terminal 4, which had undergone many energy-efficient improvements as as part of an expansion and complete renovation earlier this year.
The Port of Halifax held its annual public tour yesterday in partnership with Murphy’s, Ambassatours and Irving to provide boat tours to members of the public. The tour aims to provide the public with additional information about the port, including the vital connection between the Port of Halifax and the larger community. People are brought […]
PortsToronto will continue its commitment to environmental sustainability by signing a new three-year agreement that will have Bullfrog Power® provide green electricity for all of PortsToronto’s operations, including the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
More than 2,700 people boarded AML Cruises’ Cavalier Maxim to enjoy guided tours of Montreal’s port facilities on September 12th as part of the fourth Port in the City Day organized by the Montreal Port Authority. The event attracted 500 more participants than last year. During this year’s tour, participants were able to get a […]
At the port of Quebec, shore power for cruise ships will be installed at the Pointe-à-Carcy terminal and in Montreal, two types of systems will be installed, one for cruise ships at the Alexandra Pier and the other for wintering ships…
Shore power technology will be installed at a berth at Global Container Terminal’s Deltaport terminal -also a Green Marine participant- and at a berth at DP World Vancouver’s Centerm Container terminal.
The Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ), a Quebec government corporation operating maritime transport for passengers, launched today North America’s first liquefied natural gas-fueled ferry. The MV F.-A. Gauthier, with hundreds of passengers on board, was commissioned to ensure the marine link between Matane and Baie-Comeau, replacing MV Camille-Marcoux.
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