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Deputy Managing Editor
Adam was previously Publishing Director for IEG Vu and IEG Policy, Editor of Agra Europe, and held senior reporting roles for market-leading publications such as The Public Ledger and Foodnews.
Before he became a journalist, Adam worked in the marketing industry for leading UK and multinational companies. He has a BA (Hons) degree in management from the University of Brighton.
Latest From Adam Sharpe
High levels of port congestion in China is keeping floating storage at an elevated level, carriers are being questioned by China’s transport ministry over the recent acceleration in transpacific rates, while St Kitts and Nevis has deflagged several sanctions-busting tankers
The first two containerships to call at the Port of Beirut since the devastating explosion last week have berthed at the city’s box terminal. But the clean up in both structural and legal terms has a long way to go, with the shipping and storage of ammonium nitrate also under the spotlight
Week in charts: The devastating explosion in Beirut resulted in hundreds of deaths and thousands injured. We look at the impact the blast and damage to the port is likely to have on shipping, trade and the country’s economic recovery.
It is clear there is no single answer to shipping’s decarbonisation dilemma and it is certain that different fuels will be utilised as the industry gradually moves towards a zero-carbon future. But what the viable options are and how and when they will be deployed remains a challenge
The total number of ships delivered in 2020 is expected to increase compared with last year, but a high number of deliveries will be delayed to 2021 and cancellations are increasing
Reinstated sailings and a pick-up in China port calls indicate activity in the containers sectors is on the increase, while despite a weak outlook, more tonnage is expected to be added to the dry bulk fleet this year