Shipping needs a unified voice, not an incoherent squeak
The best of intentions are dying in a morass of subcommittees, diplomacy and internal politics — ‘We need our industry views put across in a single voice,’ says Columbia Shipmanagement chief
As InterManager president, Mark O’Neil has gained a reputation for being an outspoken critic, arguing that the industry needs to do a better job of lobbying for change. He now wants to bypass shipping’s acronym soup of representative bodies to create a unified voice for the industry
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