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Navig8 Group's Karlsen joins Norwegian Air Shuttle

Shipping veteran Geir Karlsen will have the same position at the budget airline from April

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Hayes leaves maritime role in UK government reshuffle

UK shipping and maritime portfolio to be decided as former Universities Minister Jo Johnson replaces John Hayes

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Cosco Shipping confirms Wan Min's departure

Listed subsidiary announced chairmans resignation with no replacement named yet

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European Energy Exchange continues expansion in commodities and freight with new hire

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Korean shipbuilders' home cities hit by population exodus

Prolonged shipbuilding slump drives people to seek work elsewhere

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