The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Is shipping changing quickly enough?
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The shipping industry is making slow progress in its digital transition, its decarbonisation trajectory, training, people, safety and supply chain resilience. But making generational changes to an industry as fragmented and analogue as shipping was never going to be a quick project. This week’s edition of the podcast delves deeper into the big questions keeping the industry’s leadership awake at night.
On pretty much every metric you care to think about right now, the industry does not have sufficient pace behind the transitions required.
But you knew that already, so we are exploring the reasons why in a little more depth in this week’s edition of the podcast.
Like last week’s edition these conversations all stem from around the recent Global Maritime Forum held in Athens, but they are part of a wider series of conversations with industry leaders about the tipping points in the industry and how the sector is evolving.
This week, Lloyd’s List editor-in-chief Richard Meade is talking to:
Saskia Mureau, Digital director at the Port of Rotterdam Authority
Johannah Christensen, Managing Director, Head of Projects & Programmes, of the Global Maritime Forum
Paul Taylor, Managing Director, Global Head of Shipping and Offshore, Societe Generale
Steen Lund, Chief Executive RightShip
Rajesh Unni, Founder & CEO - Synergy Marine Group