The challenges of production growth ambitions
GAC UK is supporting Seavive, a seagrass restoration experiment being trialed within Falmouth Harbour.
Scandinavian country looks to become a powerhouse in sustainable fuel technologies
GAC has partnered with a Singapore start-up to develop drones for offshore deliveries, but how will this technology improve our services?
There’s a new addition to GAC Sri Lanka’s fleet of support vessels – and the Anchor Handling Tug ‘Yevin’ is its most powerful and advanced tug so far.
In 1998, GAC Philippines started building a comprehensive portfolio of shipping and logistics services, centred on customers’ operational needs.
Experts at GAC Philippines have handled their biggest ever heavy-lift movement - two rigs weighing a combined gross weight 21,358 tonnes and the vessel that would dry-tow them...
GAC has joined the Norwegian government’s HyValue initiative to develop hydrogen energy as a maritime fuel. But what do we, and shipping in general, stand to gain?
Shanghai is gradually getting back to normal after another long lockdown introduced at the end of March 2022.
How GAC kept the flow of critical automotive components to China moving throughout the supply chain freeze.
Carriages from the iconic Orient Express have completed another journey – this time under the care of GAC Singapore’s logistics team.
At GAC, we’re working all year round to eliminate throwaway plastic, encourage the use of reusable alternatives, and tackle marine pollution.
When Mikael Leijonberg became Chief Financial Officer at GAC in 2016, he took charge of a suite of financial systems and procedures that were slow and cumbersome, involved a lot...
GAC Qatar has been recognised as one of Qatar’s best workplaces by Great Place to Work®, but what makes it stand out?
Turbulence and disruption only become problems if you’re not used to them. Some people have had plenty of rocky moments and are well attuned to navigating a bumpy road in life.