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Revolutionary Signal Ocean commercial management platform will expand to cover dry bulk as well as tanker market
Seaspan to transition from newbuildings to managing the entire asset cycle of a containership
The total fuel bill for the industry may double from $70bn in 2016 to well over $140bn in 2020
Beware of the smartest people in the room for they do not know more than you do
Shipowners are being held disproportionately responsible for meeting environmental standards, while oil companies and engine manufacturers are not under the same pressure, Greek shipowners president Theodore Veniamis told Posidonia. Shipping’s role must not be overlooked in Brussels
Long-term charters reach ‘new normal’ of five to seven years
For all the talk of efficient technology and carbon reduction in shipping there have been worryingly few genuine pioneers — that may be about to change
Martinos uses the Lloyd’s List Business Briefing at Posidonia to dismiss the highly speculated downfall of brokers amid a new era of efficiency
Without a more holistic approach to industry changes that recognise the inextricably linked environmental, social and economic pillars of development, the shipping industry risks amplifying the disruption that is already happening.
An exclusive survey of 50 US-listed companies by Lloyd’s List revealed that Greek shipping companies had a 23% market share on Wall Street, based on market capitalisation. Their aggregate market cap was $6.3bn as of March 31
Lloyd’s List has held a series of debates under the banner The Three Elements of Efficiency — it is a theme we will continue to pursue at Posidonia when we will hold our agenda-setting Business Briefing on June 3
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Live from Posidonia Day 4
On today’s podcast we are joined by some of the industry’s leading analysts from BIMCO, NS Lemos and DVB Bank
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Live from Posidonia Day 3
On today’s podcast we are joined by another special guest — Stephen Gordon, managing director of Clarksons Research Services
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Live from Posidonia Day 2
On today’s podcast we are joined by a special guest - Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, chief executive of DNVGL’s maritime division and outgoing chair of IACS
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Live from Posidonia Day 1
On today’s podcast: The Lloyd’s List Business Briefing and why Silicon Valley has decamped to Pireaus
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The week ahead
On this week’s podcast: What can With the regulatory environment shaping the technology conversations what can we expect from Posidonia 2018?
Greek exhibition organisers ‘could not delay decision any longer’ in view of the spread of the coronavirus
The exhibition is ‘on track’ to set new records in terms of both exhibitor numbers and floor space, according to Posidonia Exhibitions managing director Theodore Vokos
Posidonia 2018 offered a showcase for the forward thinking next generation leaders, but it also made clear that the old guard still need convincing to embrace change
UK flag has grown by 8% in past year
OSM chief commercial officer explains why scale does not necessarily often a competitive advantage in this consolidation era
DNV GL reveals that a lot of its cyber security research resulted from requests by Greek owners
DNV GL expert warns of significant waiting time for scrubber installations
UK maritime service providers dismiss Brexit concerns and raise blockchain profile
There is zero waiting time on the new locks, says the administrator for the Panama Canal Authority
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