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All articles by Chris Lo

  1. Riding the wave: explosive growth in Japan’s cruise sector

    For centuries, Japan’s relationship with the outside world was limited by a strict policy of isolationism, with the vast majority…
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    23 Aug
  2. Trade winds: Sailcargo blends old and new in sailing freight venture

    As marine emissions continue to move up the global environmental agenda and the shipping industry works to identify suitable lower-emission…
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    16 Aug
  3. Digital twins in shipping: the open-source approach

    The digitisation of industry is adding an incredibly valuable layer over physical processes. This data-rich layer is rife with the…
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    13 Nov
  4. Sounding the alarm on underwater noise

    The shipping industry and the bodies that regulate it have slowly wised up to the damage caused by unrestricted marine…
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    29 Jan
  5. How did the Port of Portland lose its entire container business?

    The humble container, a metal box that usually measures 20ft in length to form the standard twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU),…
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    14 Sep
  6. Setting a cleaner course for shipping in the Canadian Arctic

    Climate change might be the most serious challenge facing humanity in the 21st century, but in shipping circles, tongues have…
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    3 Jul
  7. Ecoship: building the world’s greenest cruise vessel

    December’s UN climate change summit in Paris will be remembered as the moment when the world finally got together and…
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    25 Apr
  8. Anchors aweigh: the building of a brigantine

    Commercial shipping today is dominated by diesel engines and massive container vessels, but around the world there are those who…
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    25 Aug
  9. Shipping emissions: heeding the Marshalls’ call

    By any measure, it is no hyperbole to argue that climate change represents an existential threat to the world’s population….
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    28 Jul
  10. Safe hands: the role of the maritime pilot

    For as long as ships have been sailing the seas, there have been maritime pilots to assist them in their…
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    14 May

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