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Latest From Michael Grey
The fact that ship designers can give anyone wishing to move people or freight across the Irish Sea as much capacity as is needed, with pleasing elasticity, ought to be part of the initial conversations
If the Australians guaranteed that box charges would be hypothecated to quarantine services, perhaps there would be less resentment of the levy
A strategy to get cargo afloat would be something more substantial than bureaucratic demands on ports and shipping for environmental plans
With 2018 the UK's Year of Engineering, it is hoped that a renewed focus on the huge variety of skills that are required across the marine industry will draw more young people into the profession
We need to be clear about what it is we mean by our definitions of autonomy, between the robots being in charge and automation helping humans
A quiet anonymity suits modern masters, who probably have no wish to feature in the media for even the most positive reasons