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Greece’s ferry industry is grappling with an urgent need to renew an ageing fleet while bearing the losses wrought by the coronavirus pandemic ― but at last there is a glimmer of hope in funding for the sector
After a year’s break when they went virtual, the Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping Awards are expected to make an in-person return as the world’s largest shipping industry awards event
Attica Group curbed first-half losses and attributed red ink to the impact of the pandemic as well as higher fuel costs
Danish ferry operator DFDS posted profits of DKK306m ($48.2m) for the second quarter of the year, mostly from freight, since the recovery in passenger volumes has been slower than expected
Prominent shipowners Panos Laskaridis and Evangelos Marinakis among the first from the industry to respond to the plight of thousands affected by fires ravaging swathes of Greece, but donations from shipping usually take into account longer-term needs, too
The passing of Andreas Potamianos on July 30 at the age of 88 marks the ‘end of an era’, said long-time friend and broker Dennis Vernadakis
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