For this week’s edition of the podcast our markets editor Michelle Wiese Bockmann has been out and about in shipping’s financial capital, getting the New York view on shipping capital, banking, raising finance and investor attitudes
Technology changes slowly at first and then very, very rapidly and there is a small window of opportunity before artificial intelligence becomes normalised in shipping. This week on the Lloyd’s List Podcast we are exploring whether the AI revolution really is changing shipping and why the answer to that question is less a story about technology and more about an industry that is rapidly evolving into a tiered structure of haves and have nots
Economic measures to cut Russia off from the world’s financial arteries are the most extensive seen since the Second World War and the impact is starting to be felt. This week’s episode of the Lloyd’s List Podcast examines what that means for shipping companies trying to navigate the morass of rapidly evolving financial trade restrictions
Lloyd’s List’s latest quarterly outlook for shipping examines the trends across all shipping sectors, so for this week’s edition of the podcast the editorial team have gathered around the microphone to offer their view of what happens next in containers, tankers, dry bulk, the orderbook and regulation
There is a disconnect between the increasing risk to maritime businesses posed by cyber attacks and the defences being erected in response. So as US president Joe Biden was declaring it a ‘patriotic obligation’ for businesses to bridge that gap, Lloyd’s List and Insurance Day were busy this week gathering the industry’s leading experts for a frank discussion of the evolving threat to shipping and how standardisation, transparency and a significant uptick in funding are required to avert a looming crisis
Amid the chaos, sanctions and global trade disruption, the long-term implications of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are starting to become clearer and the conclusions for seaborne trade are inevitably complicated. To help unravel the uncertainties and offer an independent expert eye on what this all means for the global shipping industry, Lloyd’s List has once again gathered its leading analysts to offer expert insights on the forces shaping shipping
Ships have been hit, seafarers have been killed and injured and crews of all nationalities are trapped as a result of the war in Ukraine. The impact of Russia’s invasion is likely to spark a crewing crisis with a lasting impact on global supply chains. International Chamber of Shipping secretary General Guy Platten joins the podcast this week to analyse the latest developments
As shipping markets adapt to the new realities of global trade in an era of high-risk economic warfare, analysts from across the Lloyd’s List and Lloyd’s List Intelligence team assess the fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the impact on global shipping markets and businesses
As Lloyd’s List reveals the results of a new survey revealing the industry’s readiness to repel cyber attacks, this week0146s podcast chews the fat over some alarming statistics stemming from the poll, gauging comment from experts in the cyber sphere. And with the Ukraine crisis raising the risk of cyber warfare there is plenty more to discuss on an issue that continues to cause a major headache for shipping
As the annual P&I renewal deadline approaches this week’s podcast offers you an expert insiders’ guide to how the rates hikes are shaping up, and who is in and who is out. Everything you ever wanted to know about P&I renewals but were afraid to ask, in under 20 minutes
Promising decarbonisation is easier than delivering it, so as the high profile pledges and projects that were born out of last year’s climate climax get underway we are looking at the distance between rhetoric and reality this week on the podcast. Shell Shipping’s Claire Wright joins the discussion covering everything from future fuels and innovation to investment and second-guessing political progress
Maritime safety has plateaued. The overall number of incidents and fatalities has stagnated, with little improvement in recent years. So while we can argue that safety standards have never been better, we should also point that there is still a lot of room for improvement. This week’s podcast explores what it is going to take to continue improving safety standards and asks whether we have a Covid-fuelled safety disaster waiting in the wings. Joining the podcast this week: Grahaeme Henderson from Together in Safety coalition, Katy Ware from the UK MCA and Phillip Belcher from Intertanko
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