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The Lloyd's List Podcast: Sanctions, safety reports and talent

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead

International Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast

Cyber-security is only one of several threats facing shipping

Shipping chief executives will be irresponsible if they push cyber-security to strengthened IT teams. Leaders in this sector are bringing in specialist skills to raise the level of familiarity with risk and lift the level of protection

International Piracy and Security

Viewpoint: Too clever by half

The sales hype around AI in the shipping industry overlooks complaints from pilots about systems that have a mind of their own and, being digitally interlinked, cause alarm when they decide to intervene when they should not be doing so

Safety Ship operations

Plane sailing

Most conferences are a combination of speakers and networking. If the speakers can be heard online, where does that leave networking and the carbon footprint it leaves behind?

International Digital Disruption

Gulf of Guinea piracy threat persists

Piracy declines globally but Gulf of Guinea accounts for more than 50% of incidents

Nigeria Piracy and Security

Viewpoint: Clearing up the mess

Salvors face enormous safety concerns in the aftermath of fires on containerships as they rummage in a fearsome cocktail of hazardous debris and they raise serious questions for the industry as boxes are packed ever tighter, goods are misdeclared and architects design vessels with increased teu capacity

Towage and Salvage Casualty

Wärtsilä’s Singapore cyber centre gathers pace

The platform has also drawn interest from non-traditional shipping players who have invested heavily in the sector, says the vice-president of cyber security at Wärtsilä Mark Milford

Asia Pacific International

Shipowners worried for crew after vessel hijacking by migrants

ICS fears crews could find themselves in conflict with the people they rescue
International Chamber of Shipping Safety

Two years on from Stellar Daisy sinking and we are none the wiser

There are still 45 very large ore carriers converted from very large crude carriers trading, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence

Dry Bulk Safety
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