Adaptability is Key for Supply Chain Success

By Mike Wilson 10-30-2020 05:15:15

Posted in: Shipping

Having had a long career in this industry with many diverse challenges, I’ve come to know first-hand the importance of adapt...

The Three Seas Initiative: Europe's Answer to the Belt and Road?

A new infrastructure connectivity initiative in Central Europe is the latest stage for a geopolitical contest. A diverse group of...

One-of-a-Kind Cold War Era Destroyer Departs Royal Navy

On Wednesday, the destroyer HMS Bristol’s White Ensign was lowered for the last time at a decommissioning ceremony in Portsm...

Op-Ed: Bringing the Navy's Fleet into the Robotic Age

By CIMSEC 10-28-2020 10:04:17

Posted in: Government

[By Dmitry Filipof] As a part of CIMSEC’s Force Structure Perspectives Series, CIMSEC discussed the Battle Force 2045 fle...

Delivering the Goods to the Canadian Arctic in a Pandemic

By Edward Downing 10-28-2020 05:39:00

Posted in: Shipping

You may have seen these modern-day adventurers supplying Canada’s remote northern communities on the CBC TV show "High...

Preventing Human Trafficking at Seaports

By Katie Amodei 10-27-2020 04:41:26

Posted in: Ports

A seaport never sleeps. Cargo shipping is vital for keeping supply chains moving and the country fed and well-supplied during the...

Cyber Risk Forces Africa’s Maritime Security Concerns to Evolve

One critical aspect of maritime security (and by far the most studied in the African context) is piracy. The effort and funding pu...

Port of Tarragona Prepares for Upcoming Cruise Seasons

The government's ban on cruise ships in Spanish ports has led to near complete cessation of berthing at the Port of Tarragona....

A New Option for Efficient Low-Speed Propulsion

By Harry Valentine 10-25-2020 11:56:00

Posted in: Shipping

Factors such as rotational speed and the volume flowrate of the water stream compared to sailing speed determine propulsive effici...