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Speed Limits and the Sea

2019-09-16T16:52:55+08:001 September, 2019|

The Marine Environment Protection Committee of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) held a crunch meeting mid-May to discuss how shipping could increase its carbon efficiency in line with IMO targets to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In April 2018 the IMO had committed to improve the carbon intensity of international shipping by [...]

From the Editor-in-Chief

2019-07-29T17:07:42+08:0029 July, 2019|

Dear Readers, A big thank you to all the readers of At the Helm, who have been following up on our new digital content at our website. We are very pleased to announce the winners of the last “At the Helm” Readership Lucky Draw”, who will each receive a Sony PlayStation Classic Console! Congratulations [...]

Internet of Logistics Summit – Connecting Communities, Enabling Transformation

2019-07-29T11:34:38+08:0029 July, 2019|

Recently in early July, PSA was very pleased to have played host to the inaugural Internet of Logistics (IoL) Summit, which brought together over 150 delegates, including key decision makers and leaders from supply chain-related industries and government agencies, for an afternoon of stimulating panel discussions and sharing sessions.To the theme of [...]

Vancouver, Canada

2019-07-26T18:19:55+08:0026 July, 2019|

Lauded as one of the world’s most liveable countries, Canada offers so much more than its stereotypical associations of maple syrup, hockey and freezing cold winters. The country is home to breath-taking landscapes, complete with soaring mountains, glaciers, secluded lakes, a tenth of the Earth’s forests and the longest coastline in the [...]

Plastic Ocean

2019-07-28T07:34:42+08:0026 July, 2019|

Take a leisurely stroll along any beach around the world and chances are, you will be greeted by some form of plastic waste that should not have been there in the first place. The war against plastic is real. According to the World Wildlife Federation (WWF), within the context of finite resources [...]

Returning ‘Empties’

2019-07-26T14:01:52+08:0025 July, 2019|

Empty container repositioning has always been an integral part of the liner business but of late, several factors have combined to make this task more complex than ever. Trade imbalance on the main Asia-Europe and Transpacific routes has increased significantly. Previously it was reckoned that for every container exported out of Europe [...]

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