A long history steeped in shipping, human resources and a community spirit among ship operators are some of the ingredients that make Greece the envy of the shipping world
As he nears the end of a 12-year stint as president of the Union of Greek Shipowners, Theodore Veniamis wants shipping to maintain a unified voice and to get the public recognition it deserves
Exclusive Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows that Greek shipping is a powerful player in trades across the globe, whether it be serving the massive demand for dry bulk commodities and crude oil in Asia, or maintaining a major share of dry and wet tramp shipping calls in European ports
Five Greek banks have managed to maintain a presence in the ship finance market while a number of bigger and supposedly stronger international competitors have retired from the fray. They have shown themselves to be nimble of strategy and speedy in their response compared to international counterparts
A vital contributor to the economy as well as a lifeline to the country’s island population, Greece’s ferries face a tough winter but also have longer-term renewal challenges to overcome
On the Lloyd’s List Podcast this week our Greece correspondent Nigel Lowry join editor Richard Meade to discuss how the Greek shipping sector is coping with Covid and dealing with decarbonisation as the industry prepares for a digital Posidonia week of forums
Boldly embracing and perhaps even expanding the possibilities of digital, this year’s Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping Awards are still being held, taking their cue from an industry that has kept going admirably throughout the pandemic
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