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Interview: Ferry Industry Rules Lack Practicality

New Eco and Safety Rules Lack Practicality

Originally formed back in 1976 as the International Marine Transit Association in order to provide the ferry ...

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Interview: Milaha Working to Sustain Growth Momentum

  Qatar Navigation (Milaha) Q.S.C, a shareholding company with core interests in maritime transport and ...

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Interview: BC Ferries Pressing On with LNG Switch

Interview: BC Ferries LNG Switch on Track

The latest 0.1% Sulphur Directive effective January 1 has left the shipping industry with three possible choices on ...

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Interview: Insight into Piracy

The 2014 has been a pretty eventful year with respect to pirate activities, seeing a tragic end with a crew ...

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Interview: Dealing with Ebola

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has already had a significant impact on the shipping industry. West African ...

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Interview: Antwerp Sets the Course for Future Growth

Belgium’s Port of Antwerp is the biggest port area in the world, covering 13,057 hectares, the equivalent of ...

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Interview: Recruiting for Maritime Industry

The global maritime industry is undergoing a very challenging period with industry stakeholders opting ...

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Interview: Growing with the Business

Wilhelmsen Ships Service (WSS) is one of the world’s leading maritime service providers with 4,500 people serving ...

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Interview: Offshore Ports – The Way Forward

Thinking outside the box has sprung a myriad of innovations throughout history and it is what is keeping us “alive ...

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Interview: Attaining Business Intelligence

In a world swamped by software solutions providing various types of information and data it has become difficult to ...

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Interview: Staying ahead of the Game

As more and more cargo arrives to one of Europe’s leading ports, the Port of Hamburg, the port authorities ...

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Interview: Switch to Gas Needs Speeding Up

Interview: Why Gas as Marine Fuel No 1 Makes Sense

Maritime transport is moving towards the use of gas as a prime source of energy for propulsion and power generation ...

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Interview: Liverpool2 Going Full Steam Ahead

Interview: Liverpool2 Going Full Steam Ahead

The United Kingdom-based Peel Group launched an unprecedented Ocean Gateway Project in 2008, announcing more than ...

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Interview: All about Piracy

Piracy has become a lucrative business and an ever more dangerous for those being targeted by it. Once at sea, ...

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Interview: Sohar’s Expansion Goes Full Steam Ahead

SOHAR Port and Freezone, a deep-sea port and the adjacent free zone, located in Sohar, Oman, is undergoing a major ...

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Interview: Find and Be Found with Shippingcluster

The shipping industry has been sailing on some rough tides and is still facing challenging times ahead as the ...

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Interview: JMU’s Contra Rotating Propellers Cut ...

Interview: Tokuro Yoshikava General Manager at Japan Marine United Europe Limited

With the climate in the shipping industry as competitive as ever, the shipowners look favorably on any breakthrough ...

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Hamburg Messe: Interview with GISBIR’s President ...

Hamburg Messe spoke with Murat Kiran, the President of the Association of the Turkish Shipbuilding Industry, GISBIR ...

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INTERVIEW: DylanGroup Forges Ahead

As the offshore industry moves toward further expansion and building-up of its capacities there is an ever-growing ...

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Interview: Maritime Sophisication’s Owner on ...

  Greek shipping industry, one of the oldest industrial branches in the country, has encountered various ...

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INTERVIEW: Lloyd’s Register Leads the Way in Increasing ...

INTERVIEW - Lloyd’s Register Leads the Way in Increasing Ship Efficiency

In view of the latest developments on the market concerning a dire need for increasing efficiency of ships, ...

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