MarineTraffic Blog

Month: June 2016

Total 7 Posts

Expanded Panama Canal ready for first transit

The maritime world will centre its attention on the tiny central American country of Panama this weekend, with millions waiting in anticipation for the opening of the new, expanded Panama Canal. More than 40,000 workers have spent most of the last decade digging the new access lane to the Panama

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Marine Gallery June 2016

Welcome to the third installment of Marine Gallery, a monthly segment on our blog. Each month staff members of MarineTraffic will select five interesting images submitted by our contributors. These could be images of vessels, ports or lighthouses from anywhere in the world. We encourage everyone to submit photos by

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MarineTraffic at Posidonia | Photos

The MarineTraffic seminar at Posidonia last week was a great success, with MarineTraffic representatives teaming up with maritime experts to present an informative session on the benefits of AIS to the shipping industry. Attendees from a cross section of the maritime world, including Rolls-Royce, HYUNDAI Heavy Industries, Thenamaris, DNV GL

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AIS: From data to intelligence

MarineTraffic will host a seminar at Posidonia tomorrow, focussing on AIS and the benefits it offers the global maritime industry. AIS and how to extract value for business intelligence: a practical guide for ship operators will feature presentations by industry leading experts on AIS and how it can be combined

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