A combination of careful planning and the right real-time precautions can help shipping companies protect cargo during hurricane season.
Marine weather is slightly different than onshore weather, and monitoring it effectively is a challenge.
Weather forecasts are generated by organizations all over the world and transmitted in a number of methods.
Better maritime weather forecasting not only helps ships avoid extreme weather but also save on costs, arrive on time, and work toward decarbonization goals.
Read how better data is needed to predict weather fronts and their effect on offshore weather.
Ocean buoy wind and wave data, as well as tidal predictions, can help harbormasters manage the influx of port traffic.
Real-time data and better forecasts can optimize shipping routes and improve maritime safety.
We speak with Master Mariner and former Maersk Captain Gaurav Lal on what to expect next for the Ever Given.
Supply chain complexity requires tightly coordinated schedules, but with this complexity comes risk. With the closing of the Suez Canal due to the grounding of the Evergreen's Ever Given container ship, we look at what factors go into to making the decision to reroute a ship.