Shipping is not just about moving big steel boxes through the water, according to a leading maritime economist
The West African ports sector has come a long way in a short time
The Jones Act transpacific specialist shows that there is space in the container shipping industry for niche carriers
The opening of the expanded Suez Canal last month was a moment of national pride for Egypt, but whether its ambitions for the future can be met remains to be seen
DNV GL group executive vice-president Tor Svensen does some plain speaking when it comes to an industry that has a tendency to close rank
Investors face Midas and Medusa in Thessaloniki privatisation
As the Greek government prepares for the privatisation of the country’s second...
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- Charter market hits a ‘brick wall’
Rights offerings, corporate governance and shareholders’ rights
Rights offerings provide a cost effective & equitable way to raise new capital...
- Preservation technology drives demand for reefer shipping, says APL
- Greek connection hangs by a non-dom thread
- Beijing’s scrap-and-build subsidy scheme turns out to be ‘members only’
- Dealing with China’s invisible hand
The Shipping Podcast
Are the UK's best days as a maritime power ahead of it or behind it?
881 (-8) Baltic Dry Index
And the winners are
Lifetime achievement award for Flemming Jacob with Euronav taking company of the year