Three Maritime Sector Digitalization Strategies

In the marine industry, a lot of documentation monitoring systems are being modernized in an attempt to increase project and process efficiency. Despite these improvements, errors continue to occur during operations, and newer document control software is frequently unsatisfactory.
What do you hope to achieve through marine digitalization?
There are numerous new updates to pick from, but what problem do you want to tackle with a proposed system? If you want to develop and improve, don’t choose a product that just replaces what you presently do. First and foremost, reconsider your information approach…

Cargo Companies Request Congress to Revise Shipping Act

Cargo shippers are urging the United States Congress to act immediately to update rules and the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) function, claiming that overcrowding, delays, rising fees, and a lack of infrastructure at U.S. seaports have caused unparalleled damage to the global shipping network.
This newest endeavor follows frequent complaints to the FMC by shippers alleging operators of unfair practices and high costs. While the FMC has raised worry about market circumstances, officials from shipping companies have immediately criticized these new recommendations.
The continuing maritime transport crisis has made a huge …

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to Decarbonize Current Ships

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has begun a new initiative with the Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Center to evaluate the practical, economical, and environmental considerations involved in converting current ships to operate on zero-carbon energy. The project intends to decrease investment risk in the carbon reduction transition by developing a plan for turning current ships into carbon-neutral vessels.
A technical examination of the safety implications of transforming bulkers, tankers, and box ships to function on urea, methanol, and other alternative fuels will be part of the project. MHI will also investigate the costs involved, …