Hamburg port boss is a firm believer of teamwork
As chairman of the Port of Hamburg, Mr. Jens Meier oversees Europe’s third-busiest maritime point of entry. The excutive keeps the port humming through a time-honored philosophy: teamwork. To that end, the Port of Hamburg has teamed with the Finnish telecommunications giant Nokia on 5G technologies as a way to address the future.
Damage to Kiel Canal Lock Worse than Expected
The extent of the damage to the southern lock-gate at Kiel-Holtenau is worse than originally anticipated following the allusion on February 19, GAC said citing authorities and appointed surveyors.
The 1,008 TEU boxship Akacia rammed into the gate resulting in huge damages.
Lamor Corporation Demonstrates New Oil Recovery System
In mid-February, Lamor Corporation demonstrated an innovative new way to recover oil by deploying the Lamor Marine Oil Spill Sweeper LMOS 15 Speed Skimming system in Halifax, Canada in cooperation with their local representative, Griffin Engineered Systems, for leading Canadian response organizations and companies, represented by Eastern Canada Response Corporation (ECRC), Canadian Coast Guard, Department of Defense (DND), ALERT and RMI Marine.
U.S. Releases Final Rules for Offshore drilling in the Arctic
Photo: The Shell-contracted Noble Discoverer drilling rig in Dutch Harbor, Alasks in Summer 2012. Photo: Shell Alaska
The U.S. Department of Interior on Thursday released its final regulations over any future offshore exploratory drilling activities on the U.S. Arctic Outer Continental Shelf to ensure safety and environmental protection in the Arctic region.