CMA CGM in biofuel test program

CMA CGM has joined hands with IKEA Transport & Logistics Services, the GoodShipping Program, and the Port of Rotterdam to test and scale the use of sustainable marine bio-fuel oil.

The test will begin with a bunkering of the marine bio-fuel oil on a CMA CGM containership on 19 March.

The test is being facilitated by the GoodShipping Program, a sustainable initiative dedicated to decarbonising ocean freight, and is the latest step in the scaling of low carbon marine bio-fuel oils for wider commercial use within the maritime industry.

Seatrade Maritime News


Changi plans cargo facility expansion

Changi Airport Group (CAG) is planning the construction of a “Changi East Industrial Zone” (CEIZ) at Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN) as part of its “Changi East Development” initiative. The new zone will house SIN’s cargo facilities and nearly double the airport’s cargo capacity.

Ultimately, the airport’s cargo handling capacity will increase from its current 3 million tons annually to 5.4 tons per annum upon completion. Cargo facilities in the expanded hub will also be automated. The initial phase of construction is projected to be completed by 2030.

Aircargo World


DP World starts work on warehouse site in India

DP World has begun development of a new free trade warehousing zone (FTWZ) on a 44-acre site at Jawaharlal Nehru port’s (JNP) Nhava Sheva business park, using funding from Hindustan Infralog Private Limited (HIPL), a joint venture between the terminal operator and India’s National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF).

DP World aims to offer more reliable and faster cargo movement and improved supply chain efficiencies through the FTWZ.

Asian Shipper News