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The chemicals industry has evolved rapidly over the past 30 years, and today there are more than 1,000 different types of chemicals being shipped by sea. Fleet Management works closely with the chemicals industry in sharing specifications
Rajvanshy believes the best business decision he ever made was to launch Fleet’s own crewing and personnel department two years after the company was set up
Caravel Group chief’s uncanny ability to time his decisions has not been lost on industry participants
There are dozens of ballast water management system providers. That can cause difficulties for crew members, who have to get accustomed to a new BWMS that they may end up using for just six months before heading to a new ship with a different system
As the non-maritime world grows ever more litigious, the need for shipowners to work more closely with law firms, insurance companies, shipmanagers and specialist agencies becomes clear
More than half of the respondents in a survey that prefaced the Outlook Forum said fuel technology will be a greater challenge over the next five years than regulatory, supply chain digitalisation and change management issues
Regulations designed to promote competition and transparency may, unintentionally, be an impediment to shipping’s efforts to clamp down on misdeclarations, it emerged during a London forum
Applying the GHG Pathway Model based on long-term trends, the report projects possible pathways for the world fleet size, fuel mix and CO2 emissions towards 2050 for the expected transport demand
Shipping stands at the threshold of another year, but rather than trying to guess what might happen in 2020, it's important to understand the present
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