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  • Shortly after the Dutch foundation The Ocean Cleanup announced that its System is appropriate to conduct a cleanup operation in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the team has now arrived at the scene aboard the 'Maersk Launcher' to tackle the world's largest accumulation of ocean plastics.

  • Container shipping line CMA CGM has raised its stake in CEVA Logistics from 24.99% to 33% of company shares following the failed takeover approach for CEVA by Danish logistics giant DSV.

  • Hong Kong-based ship manager Wallem Ship Management has welcomed to its fleet the first vessel flying the Japanese flag.

  • Finnish-based technology group Wärtsilä opened an International Maritime Cyber Centre of Excellence (IMCCE) today in Singapore.

  • Finland is trying to reduce GHG emissions from shipping and establish measures for reducing these emissions from next year. The program will aim to reduce emissions as soon as possible and preferably before 2023.

  • K Line, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and NYK Line, the three companies which integrated their container shipping businesses to form Ocean Network Express (ONE), have announced a revision of ONE’s full year forecast.

  • Rolls-Royce has announced it will collaborate with technology giant Intel to design a sophisticated intelligent shipping system that will make the industry safer and more efficient, according to a statement.

  • Over the years, the industry has seen an increasing amount of attention given to the environmental impact from the global supply chain, resulting in regulations on emissions control and environmental protection becoming more stringent and widespread across the world.

  • Throughput continues to grow in the Port of Antwerp, as the total throughput after nine months is 177,026,550 tonnes, a 6% increase compared with the same period last year. With these results, the port is on track for the sixth consecutive record year.

  • Digitalization is not new, but it's development is happening fast across all industries, as it is becoming a vital part of the energy system and the energy transition. In fact, digital technologies will make power systems worldwide more connected, intelligent, efficient, DNV GL's Energy Transition Outlook mentions.