India to Drive LNG Capacity Growth in Asia

India is expected to drive capacity growth in Asia and Oceania’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) regasification industry from planned and announced (new-build) projects between 2019 and 2023, contributing around 35% of the total growth.According…

Winning the Logistics Battle Against the E-Titans

With this in mind, the editors of Logistics Management have pulled together this collection of feature stories to help shippers better understand some of the more prevalent challenges ushered in by the “e-com effect” and some of the solutions brands are finding to help them keep pace with today’s pressing demands.

Five Best Practices for Warehouse Efficiency

This paper will provide some best practices that virtually any warehouse can adopt to improve its performance almost immediately.

WFW Advises on Race Bank Wind Farm Deal

Watson Farley & Williams (WFW), an international law firm based in London, said that it has advised Race Bank Wind Farm Limited on its USD 608 million sale of transmission system assets relating to the 573 MW Race Bank offshore wind farm to…

TEN Adds New Aframax Crude Tanker to Fleet

Tsakos Energy Navigation (TEN) announced the delivery of an aframax tanker, the first in a series of four advanced technology vessels, built against long-term contracts to a major US oil concern.The Greek crude, product and LNG tanker operator said that the proceeds in time charter equivalent terms…

QP Begins VLSFO Bunkering at Ras Laffan Port

State-owned oil company Qatar Petroleum announced the commencement of Very Low Sulfur Fuel Oil (VLSFO) bunker supply operations at Ras Laffan Industrial City (RLIC) Port.The VLSFO marine fuel offering has been initiated in advance of the International…

Washington Gets Funds for Green Ferries

Washington State Ferries will begin the process of converting three Jumbo Mark II vessels from diesel to hybrid-electric power.The government agency that operates automobile and passenger ferry service in the U.S. state of Washington as part…

Iran to Build 200 Cargo Ships in Domestic Yards

Iranian industry, mining and trade minister said Iran is planning to build 200 cargo ships inside the country with an investment of EUR  300 million to boost its maritime development program.The state-owned IRNA news agency said that the ailing…

NKT Services TenneT Offshore Cable Joints

German-Dutch power grid operator TenneT has awarded the cable company NKT with a three-year service agreement contract covering the cable jointing part of a larger offshore service agreement.The contract covers the cable jointing work for seven…

Tariffs slow US wind project momentum

Following the strongest second quarter in four years — normally a slow time for the US’ infamously “lumpy” wind farm development sector and its associated logistics service providers — the industry was buoyed in July when New York state made...