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Cavotec wins multi-million euro cleantech contract. Shore power to cut ship emissions by 90% in Malta's Valletta Grand Harbour.

Cavotec wins multi-million euro cleantech contract. Shore power to cut ship emissions by 90% in Malta's Valletta Grand Harbour.

Press releases   •   May 17, 2021 08:00 GMT

Cavotec has been awarded a contract by Nidec ASI as part of their EUR 12 million deal to provide ShorePower to five cruise liner berths at Malta’s Valletta Grand Harbour. The project is part of a major EU funded initiative by Infrastructure Malta to electrify the entire harbour and reduce harmful portside ship emissions by 90%.

Port of Helsinki once again selects Cavotec automated mooring for faster, safer and cleaner operations

Port of Helsinki once again selects Cavotec automated mooring for faster, safer and cleaner operations

Press releases   •   Oct 02, 2019 07:01 GMT

Finland’s Port of Helsinki has made a repeat order for Cavotec’s MoorMaster™ automated mooring system as part of wider efforts to optimize safety and efficiency and reduce environmental impact. This is the second MoorMaster™ order at Port of Helsinki and follows similar orders from the Port of Turku and Port of Tallinn in recent months.

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The Five Steps to Take Charge of Portside Pollution

The Five Steps to Take Charge of Portside Pollution

Blog posts   •   Apr 28, 2021 14:52 GMT

The shipping industry is responsible for more than 2.5% of the world’s emissions. If the shipping sector were a country, it would be the sixth largest polluter in the world. But we can change this. We have the technology today that can be retrofitted to existing ships to reduce harmful emissions. We also have the technology to upgrade our ports to reduce pollution.

Technological innovation can alleviate port congestion and improve supply chain resilience

Technological innovation can alleviate port congestion and improve supply chain resilience

Blog posts   •   Dec 18, 2020 09:33 GMT

In recent weeks, ports around the world have been hit by delays and backlogs caused by factors including a surge in demand, a lack of empty containers, and the coronavirus – the latter manifesting as mass quarantining, social distancing, illness, and lockdowns. In the UK, these issues were compounded by fears of a no-deal Brexit.

Maritime industry under pressure on emissions

Maritime industry under pressure on emissions

Blog posts   •   Sep 28, 2020 09:35 GMT

One of the world’s most conservative sectors is now witnessing a fundamental shift as efforts are made to transform its environmental footprint under intense pressure from its stakeholders. Across the maritime industry – typically slow to change – steps are being taken to reduce emissions and operate more sustainably, with the ultimate goal of achieving zero emissions.