The world of logistics stops, now more than ever, in all those processes that can help automate operations, improve management and be more productive. The current situation, where social distance prevails and the greater need to use more technology, favors this digital trend. As regards air freight transport, which must be fast and agile due […]

Wärtsilä integrates its fuel reuse system in Knutsen OAS

The Finnish company Wärtsilä has designed a new system for recovering evaporation gases, also known as boil-off gas (BOG), which reuses them as fuel. This system will be implemented in two LNG tankers of the Knutsen OAS shipping company that are being built at the Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard (South Korea). Wärtsilä’s new solution is […]

The Port of Huelva will complete access to the southern pier in March

The president of the Huelva Port Authority (Spain), Pilar Miranda, has announced that the adaptation and unfolding works of the access road to the South Pier will end next March. Thanks to this infrastructure, the port area improves the quality of intermodal transport, especially if the prospects for growth in container traffic are taken into […]

Evergreen adds two 12,000 TEU container ships to its fleet

The Taiwanese shipping company Evergreen has added to its fleet two new container ships with a capacity of 12,000 TEUs each, belonging to class F. The first vessel is called Ever Forever and has been built at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard in the Korean city of Geoje . The ship will be used to […]

The Port of Tarragona has a new 32-meter mega-truck

The Tarragona Port Authority (Spain) has a 32-meter mega-truck from the Transpais company, with a capacity of more than 70 tons. Through this service, the Catalan enclave is committed to sustainability and assists rail transport, since it reduces the number of trips, consumption and polluting emissions. Thanks to the concentration of the load in a […]