The 200-year anniversary of the outbreak of the war of independence provides yet another reminder that Greek shipping’s adaptability has been baked into it historically
Exclusive Lloyd’s List Intelligence data underlines that, despite the coronavirus shock, Greek shipping’s contribution to serving the needs of global seaborne trade was undiminished in 2020 as it answered a surge in demand in Asia
Greek shipping remains as ready and resilient as ever in adapting to whatever the markets throw at it, but appears to have put political turbulence in its homeland well behind it
The Greek capital has a number of advantages that are fuelling its emergence as a hub for companies at the cutting edge of digital technology solutions for shipping
Its natural location, combined with the presence of such a powerful shipping community, underpins Greece’s potential as an international logistics hub, but despite ‘important steps’ towards boosting competitiveness as an international hub, ‘there is still a long way to go’
Greece’s ferry industry is grappling with an urgent need to renew an ageing fleet while bearing the losses wrought by the coronavirus pandemic ― but at last there is a glimmer of hope in funding for the sector
Adopt a Ship’s aim is to provide young children with a real-world learning experience about shipping through pairing classes with specific vessels and enabling direct communication between children and crew
Cyprus shipping deputy minister Vassilios Demetriades promises that an upcoming strategy will establish ‘a positive agenda’ for the country’s shipping sector
American Hellenic Hull's upward trajectory has been acknowledged in various ways, not least by the election last year of chief executive Ilias Tsakiris to the prestigious Ocean Hull Committee of IUMI
The Cyprus flag is deserving of greater support from owners for many reasons, say some of its leading users
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