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Meet the Modal

A few people in our office are excited about the newest drone design, the Modal (borne from the Shango). The Modal is a new aircraft…

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Pictures of the Rainbow

This morning we thought we’d share some more amazing photos taken of Fremantle’s newest piece of art, the Rainbow.  Attracting both the young and the…

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Free Running

We’re keeping it light this morning by sharing this amazing video of Red Bull’s Free Runners, Jason Paul and Dimitris Kyrsanidis. They were asked to…

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Finding Common Ground

They’re popping up everywhere, shipping container malls! This time we’re showing you an awesome shopping precinct in South Korea – Common Ground. Some websites state…

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Mobile Museum

The Nomadic Museum by Shigeru Ban combines the architect’s talent for meticulous work and green design into one incredible traveling exhibition. Using 148 shipping containers…

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Two vessels collide off Ningbo

Container ships Safmarine Meru and the Northern Jasper have been involved in a collision off Ningbo Port in China. The incident occurred early Sunday morning,…

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The Truth Behind the Shipping Container Homes Craze

They’re sleek. They’re innovative. They’re metal. They’re eco-conscious and sustainable. Did we mention hip? It’s little wonder that shipping container homes have become a national…

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Dozens of 40ft containers crash into water

This is the moment 44 huge shipping containers crashed into the water like enormous Lego bricks. The astonishing footage shows the boat begin to tip…

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Piracy Update 2016

Credit: United Nations While piracy on the high seas continues to fall across most of the globe, International Maritime Bureau (IMB) Piracy Reporting Center is…

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Panama Canal Lottery

The expansion of the Panama Canal is now basically complete with bookings for the first vessels through the improved waterways now being taken. The largest…

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