Difficulty in attracting and training sufficient young officers to keep pace with their massive fleet is another priority for Greek owners, as they strive to maintain a leading role
The war in Ukraine has presented Greece with an opportunity to play a greater regional energy role, which has led to several new LNG terminal plans
Since John Angelicoussis inked the first Greek LNG carrier newbuilding deal in 2003, a dozen Greek owners have invested in 35% of all large LNG carriers ordered worldwide
Attica Group and Anek Lines have agreed to merge in the latest round of market consolidation but are waiting for an all-clear from the competition commission
As their 20th anniversary event approaches, the Greek Shipping Awards can reflect on a remarkable voyage that has already seen 300 trophies presented and more than 70 prominent shipping personalities participating on the judging panel over the years
Senior shipping bankers believe the Greek banks may increase their portfolios further, but that is a difficult task while — in some cases — cash-rich clients are prepaying existing loans
Tsakos Energy Navigation chief executive Nikolas Tsakos tells Lloyd’s List about his company’s first 30 years, why he thinks public listings have benefited the industry, and what his main concerns are about the future
After selling more than 50 containerships, the group has acquired tankers and bulkers for greater balance in its fleet while taking a broader interest in the maritime industries
Newbuilding contracts placed so far this year have been dominated by crude oil tankers and products tankers, including dual-fuel LNG suezmax units ordered by Marinakis’ Capital Maritime and Angelicoussis Group
Greek shipowners respond to the evolving demands of the global market and have been diverting from Asia to focus on European markets and high growth regions in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean
The country has made leaps forward in recent years as a logistics hub
Athens is hailed for hosting ‘more women in leading roles’ than other maritime hubs
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