Port of Hamburg plans Hyperloop container transport

Hamburg - Containers that rush with almost 1,200 kilometers per hour through a tube system in the port of Hamburg - with electricity from solar plants. egotiations are currently under way between the Port of Hamburg and the Californian company Hyperloop Transportation Technologies


NYK presents its plan for a decarbonised vessel

Tokyo - The Japanese NYK group has revealed how a radical eco-design could pave the way to an emission-free shipping world. The planned “Super-Eco Ship” is designed to be powered by hydrogen fuel cells


Shipowners call for “full clarity” on Brexit

Brussels - European shipowners welcome the agreement reached on Brexit. “Our primary concern on the short term, the frictionless trade, seems to be taken care off”


Five container shipping giants form digital collaboration

Singapore - The container companies A.P. Moller – Maersk, CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd, MSC and Ocean Network Express are discussing the creation of common information technology standards


Morocco inaugurates Africa’s fastest train

Rabat - Morocco inaugurated Africa’s fastest train which will halve travelling time between the commercial and industrial hubs of Casablanca and Tangier. This will boost growth in Tangier and help attract more investments to northern Morocco where one of Africa’s largest ports is located

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