The Greek capital has a number of advantages that are fuelling its emergence as a hub for companies at the cutting edge of digital technology solutions for shipping
Lloyd’s List’s annual rundown of shipping’s most influential players is fronted by those demonstrating the scale, will and desire to bring wholesale changes to an industry requiring leadership in a period of profound disruption
One hundred: Shipping’s most influential people in 2021 | The ‘usual speed of IMO co-operation’ is not fast enough | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Yet another missed opportunity to decarbonise shipping
Marine is at the bottom of the digitalisation curve, warns Wärtsilä Voyage president Sean Fernback
Four steps show how small changes made by individuals accumulate to have a much larger effect on emissions
As part of our Future of Shipping programme industry leaders and sector experts map the path to a sustainable and profitable future.
In this Expert Focus video, produced as part of Lloyd’s List’s Future of Shipping programme, RightShip chief executive Steen Lund, talks about how transparency and accounting can play a key role in shipping's sustainability push
In this Expert Focus video, produced as part of Lloyd’s List’s Future of Shipping programme, Bjørn-Johan Vartdal, Digital Director and head of Maritime Incubator at DNV, discusses the current state of digital transformation and innovation in the maritime industry
In this Expert Focus video, produced as part of Lloyd’s List’s Future of Shipping programme, OrbitMI chief executive officer Ali Riaz discusses how business models can play a role in shipping’s decarbonisation.
In this Expert Focus video, produced as part of Lloyd’s List’s Future of Shipping programme, Wärtsilä director of R&D and engineering Juha Kytölä talks about the potential of a dual-fuel transition for shipping
The pre-COP26 optimism that climate politics may finally being starting to move at pace has ended in a depressingly predictable cop-out inside the IMO this week. This week’s podcast looks at what happened, what didn’t happen and why multilateral negotiations are necessarily slow to deliver results, even amid a climate emergency
Both ports have ambitious plans for future growth, yet they depend heavily on fossil fuels for their success. Attracting the next generation of talent will mean getting the transition to cleaner fuels right
Anyone hoping for a wind of change to sweep in from Glasgow and spur the IMO to dispense with 71 years of history and procedure, sweep aside national differences and pull a neat solution to climate change out of its hat obviously doesn’t understand how the IMO works
Earlier concerns that electronic trading would reduce the need for traditional shipbrokers have diminished over the years, with the leading firms evolving into diversified businesses offering a wide range of maritime services, while still recognising the need for personal contact with their customers
Digital documents allow counterparties to receive their cargo faster. Moves towards interoperability should be supported to foster further efficiencies
Short-term disruption has defined shipping’s fortunes this year, but the mid-term outlook is riddled with uncertainty and risk. The pace of change promised by accelerating decarbonisation timelines will fundamentally alter the competitive landscape of shipping and spells significant risk for businesses currently assessing strategic investments
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Maritime technology leaders range from a 40-year veteran who continues to think with a start-up mentality, to established entrepreneurs rebuilding their businesses, to innovators from outside shipping who have brought in ideas from the communications and energy sectors
Sustainability, seafarers and software sum up the year for shipmanagers. While the crew change crisis has been ongoing, the drive to meet clients’ environmental obligations has become a shipmanager’s own corporate duty, and exploring new tech has risen up the agenda
The Shipping Podcast
A Lloyd’s List webinar hears how digital technology has shone a bright light on traditional ways of working. Silo mentality and an obsession with cost rather than value must be countered quickly
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