The Yangtze has been an underused resource because of natural shallow sections. Now provincial and national government aims to turn the waterway into a thriving transport route.
In his annual round-up of developments for small and unusual dredgers, Bert Visser considers whether, like their larger sister vessels, they have become versatile and multipurpose.
The Queensland port of Townsville is embarking on a 30-year expansion project to regain cargoes
Wind and other offshore energy, ro-ro, and intermodal businesses are driving sustained efforts to expand Denmark’s Port of Esbjerg
If the world’s biggest shipping line could be vulnerable, what about ports and the dredging industry?
Lisa Maher talks to Jan Huijbers, managing director of Dutch marine contracting company Van den Herik-Sliedrecht, about the challenges and opportunities presented by sea-level rise
The Tanzanian port is building additional capacity to cater for the anticipated imminent increase in throughput capacity, fuelled by heightened mining operations and development of a key regional transport corridor
The littoral states of Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore, as well as the Malacca Strait Council of Japan have commenced the second phase of a hydrographic survey of the straits of Malacca and Singapore .
The Ostwind 1 project, connecting a cluster of wind parks in the Baltic Sea to the German island of Rügen, has chosen Danish dredging contractor Rohde Nielsen for its third cable installation
Efforts to develop offshore renewable energy and key technologies for offshore use are becoming increasingly important to address the impact of carbon emissions surrounding our environment and to reduce the level of underwater sound resulting from pile-driving, enabling better protection of marine materials.