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London Shipping Week
This LISW we will be looking at maritime trade in transition. The maritime industry is confronted with a bewildering, and widening, web of demands to keep their businesses profitable, safe and compliant. Uncertainty and sudden changes in economical and geopolitical arenas is the new normal globally. For the maritime sector the fast pace of technological development, impact of geopolitical events, adapting to incoming environmental regulation as well as ongoing economic uncertainty, presents challenges in maintaining profitability at a time of increasing risk.
UK International Trade Secretary claims Europe could become less competitive in a global context
Shipyard overcapacity, the risks around new technology, abundant capital, and digital disruption among BW Group chairman's main concerns
To induce more paper trading, Baltic Exchange plans to launch two per-tonne indices for Chinese grain imports
Digitalisation of the vessel registration process, a Singapore-based surveyor, and greater customer choice all aimed at expanding size of UK-flag fleet
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