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All articles by Chris Lo

  1. Shipping and the supply chain: keeping up in the e-commerce era

    The rise of e-commerce in the last two decades has helped to break down the traditional barriers of global trade….
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    11 Jul
  2. Protective layers: key points from ClassNK’s Cyber Security Approach

    In spring this year, Japanese ship classification society Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK) laid out its latest ideas for ensuring onboard…
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    10 Jul
  3. Finnafjord: a new port for the melting Arctic

    “Currently, we do not see the Northern Sea Route as a viable commercial alternative to existing east-west routes,” said A.P….
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    4 Jul
  4. The Titanic II project isn’t sunk yet, but can it float?

    Back in 2015, it looked like one of the more eccentric ideas in the history of shipbuilding was going to…
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    6 Jun
  5. Maritime 2050: five talking points from the UK’s vision for shipping

    Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling namechecked 19th century engineering giant Isambard Kingdom Brunel during the late-January launch of…
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    27 May
  6. GPS spoofing: what’s the risk for ship navigation?

    The shipping industry has been aware of the threat of GPS spoofing for years, but one incident in 2017 pushed…
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    15 Apr
  7. LNG in shipping: could space tech lighten the load?

    As the International Maritime Organization (IMO), the European Union and national governments around the world continue the gradual process of…
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    4 Mar
  8. Tipping point: has the cruise sector struck the right balance on gratuities?

    The expectations around gratuities can be a stressful course to navigate for many customers. The varied tipping cultures and conventions…
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    31 Jan
  9. Charting a fresh course for Barbados’ cruise sector

    The cruise sector might be a small niche of the tourism industry from a global perspective, but it’s big business…
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    26 Nov
  10. 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
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