SPECIAL SECTION: TECHNOLOGY
FASTER, CLEANER, BETTER
Great Lakes/Seaway Review reports on technologies which further improve vessel and port efficiencies
Fuel matters. Time is crucial. And safety is paramount.
The Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway shipping industry is implementing a variety of technologies to improve an already efficient way to transport bulk, boxed and oversized cargo. The new and evolving technologies are found onboard ships, dockside and in the locks, with many new technologies still in development. The innovations help ships conserve fuel, clean ballast water, communicate, track cargo and continue development toward autonomous vessels.
The spring edition of Great Lakes/Seaway Review includes coverage on:
- Ship tracking
- Smart shipping
- LNG fueling options
- Blockchain business
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Advocating for the system. Great Lakes/Seaway Review was founded 50 years ago with the belief that an industry trade magazine can educate, market and even advocate on behalf of the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway system. Our purpose has always been to advance commercial shipping in the system. We offer well-researched, relevant, factual information to our stakeholders, elected officials and decision-makers.
Binational coverage. Great Lakes/Seaway Review provides binational coverage in each issue to:
- Represent the industry with one voice
- Provide thoughtful analysis
- Encourage collaboration on issues involving the entire system
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