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ShipChain Overcomes US Cryptocurrency Crackdown

The South Carolina attorney general’s office last week vacated a cease-and-desist order that prevented the cryptocurrency-based logistics startup ShipChain from doing business in the state since May 21. The startup, based in Greenville, South Carolina, had been hit with the order as part of a broad, nationwide crackdown on cryptocurrencies by state attorney

Antonov Airlines Completes Longest Succession Of AN-225 Flights

ANTONOV Airlines has successfully completed the 12th in the longest succession of AN-225 flights in the aircraft’s commercial operating history. The Ukrainian airline delivered twelve Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) Modules, each weighing 160 tonnes, for Hansa Meyer Global Transport GmbH & Co in 12 consecutive flights from Chile to Bolivia. “The

Cosco USA hit by cyber attack

Cosco Shipping’s operations in the United States were hit by a cyber attack yesterday, affecting the company’s daily operations. According to a notice Cosco Shipping Line sent to customers, the company’s local network and systems suffered a breakdown, and some email communications were not available as a result. The company suggested that

Boeing Exploring Autonomy, LIDAR in Future Air Cargo Aircraft

Cargo carrying airplanes could have drastically different technological configurations in the near future. During a panel on developing cargo aircraft at the Farnborough Air Show, executives from Boeing and CargoLogicAir discussed how autonomy and other technologies will be featured on cargo aircraft within the next 10 to 20 years. The types of

Busy Summer at East Anglia Offshore Wind

ScottishPower Renewables is planning to start a number of onshore and offshore surveys this summer as part of the 900MW East Anglia Two and the 800MW East Anglia One North offshore wind projects. Onshore survey work commenced at the sites in spring 2018 with a phase 1 habitat survey completed across

Janet Nodar Is New Senior Editor for the JOC

Janet Nodar is the Journal of Commerce (JOC.com) new Senior Editor for its Projects and Heavy Lift department, covering breakbulk, projects and the heavy-lift industry.  Janet Nodar has been the Senior Editor, and later Content Director of Breakbulk Events & Media for 9 years. In these years she has been an important factor

Heavy Lift Equipment Operators Network

Because of the many requests, a separate network for Heavy Lift asset holders and operators has been created. The network is set-up to bring asset holding companies together in one place from where they can market as one group of companies. Companies that are looking at the quality of their

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