Ship Engineering Global returns for but another version filled with the latest technological know-how news and market examination. In this issue, we investigate the shipping container disaster and profile Singapore’s Tuas Mega Port. We also go over the world’s very first battery-run tanker, and take a look at wind as a electric power supply for significant ships.
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In this problem
World transport container scarcity: the story so far
The worldwide scarcity of transport containers, mostly prompted by Covid-19, is producing drastic inflation in shipping.
Will battery-run ships just take in excess of the sector?
As the entire world turns eco-friendly, we examine no matter whether batteries will at any time electrical power the delivery business.
Size issues: inside of the Tuas Mega Port job in Singapore
We take a glance all-around the most important port infrastructure in the world, which is established to open its 1st two berths.