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All articles by Adele Berti

  1. Nigerian ports: forging a new shipping future in West Africa

    In November 2019, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) signed a collaboration agreement with Belgium’s Port of Antwerp in a bid…
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    26 Mar
  2. Tracking and tracing polluting ships

    Brazilian environmental authorities, sailors and volunteers are still cleaning up part of the country’s northwest coastline after a disastrous crude…
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    24 Mar
  3. Mega-mergers: how will new shipyard goliaths in Asia shape competition?

    Just before the turn of the decade – and before the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak triggered disruption in operations across Asian…
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    19 Mar
  4. Will wind-assisted propulsion blow the maritime industry away?

    Call it a sign of the industry’s nostalgic attachment to its origins, or more simply the answer that’s been under…
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    3 Mar
  5. Head to head: New cruise ships to watch in 2020

    Joe Baker: Scarlet Lady is Virgin’s attempt to make cruise cool again They’re the company with a finger in every…
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    24 Feb
  6. Inside the Fincantieri-Chantiers shipyard deal: a boost or blow to competition in Europe?

    With clients ranging from Costa Cruises to Holland American Lines, as well as MSC, Cunard and many more, Italian company…
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    11 Feb
  7. Port of Vancouver moves into cruise control

    As 2020 kicks off, the Port of Vancouver seems to be off to an encouraging start after closing in on…
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    4 Feb
  8. Beneath the plimsoll line: understanding shipping investment

    Being responsible for about 90% of global cargo – according to estimates from the International Chamber of Shipping – the…
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    19 Dec
  9. The rise of protectionism and its impact on shipping and trade

    As 2019 draws to a close, the shipping industry is preparing to end one of the most intense years for…
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    16 Dec
  10. Catching the Wave: key takeaways for UK shipping

    The UK has been one of the most prominent hubs in the field of global maritime services for many decades,…
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    12 Dec
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Simplifying maritime control room operations

Traditionally, maritime control room operators have had to sort through multiple data sources to make sense of everything, sometimes using…
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