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I don’t want to rock IG: Hugo Wynn-Williams bows out

‘Mutuality works, provided it continues to adapt and modernise. When your business is owned by the insureds, you learn a great deal about what makes them tick,’ says sector leader as he contemplates semi-retirement

London United Kingdom

Shipping celebrates its unsung heroes

An awards ceremony to celebrate the extraordinary efforts of companies and individuals in shipping during the pandemic has recognised the creation of the Seafarers International Relief Fund and the heroics of individual masters and crew

United Kingdom LISW

Greater gender diversity would boost maritime companies

The gender pay gap may also widen this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, with job losses in support or administrative roles predominantly served by women, after a year of improvement

Diversity People

New normal to herald paperless trading for shipping

‘This time is absolutely different. It has pushed minor carriers to digitalise and we’ve never seen that before … The desire to digitise is there from every part of the supply chain,’ says essDOCS chief executive Alexander Goulandris 

International Containers

BIMCO’s Peter Sand jumps ship to Xeneta

After a successful funding round, Xeneta is expanding its analytical powers. Former BIMCO stalwart will take up chief analyst role

Europe Containers

Yang Ming director says shore staff compensation is too low

Having the proposal passed by the board of state-owned Yang Ming is expected to be difficult. This is because of the upper limit of bonus set by the government, despite record high net profits earned by the company 

Asia Pacific Containers

Ultrabulk says chief executive Lange to step down

Per Lange, who has been head of the Denmark-based company for the past 11 years, steps down in the new year and will be replaced by Per von Appen

Dry Bulk People

HMM and unions agree wage deal to avoid strike

The two parties have agreed on a 7.9% wage increase alongside a bonus equivalent to 650% of the workers’ monthly paycheck 

Asia Pacific Containers

Navios Partners agrees merger with Navios tanker arm

‘We believe that this combination will result in a stronger, more resilient entity, mitigating sector specific cyclicality,’ said Angeliki Frangou. She will lead a combined company operating 15 vessel types diversified across three segments, servicing more than 10 end markets

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