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Eva Grey

Eva Grey is a features writer for NRI Digital covering transport, with a focus on the rail, aviation and shipping industries. Before joining NRI Digital, Eva worked as a freelancer for publications such as The News Hub, Lancashire Evening Post and British American Media and reported from the International Journalism Festival in 2014. While studying for her degree in International Journalism at the University of Central Lancashire, Eva spent six months living and writing from Guangzhou, China. 

All articles by Eva Grey

  1. Wearables in shipping: from passenger luxury to a seafarer lifeline

    The widespread adoption of wearables is on the rise, much of it driven by market heavyweights including Nike, Adidas, Google,…
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    11 Jul
  2. Spotlight on Japan: an emerging LNG bunkering hub for shipping

    In April this year, a report published by the International Transport Forum (ITF), part of the Organization for Economic Co-operation…
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    10 Jul
  3. Troubled waters: shipping feels the heat of geopolitical crises

    The international shipping sector has been under intense pressure over the past few years, impacted by concerns about overcapacity, volatile…
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    14 Jun
  4. The race for faster WiFi on board cruise ships

    With summer approaching, the race between cruise lines in attracting passengers on their sunny decks is in full swing. Cruising…
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    15 May
  5. Decarbonising maritime transport: what makes Sweden the leader?

    In March this year, the International Transport Forum (ITF) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published a…
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    2 May
  6. A seafarer’s best friend: top apps to use at sea

    Working at sea is notoriously difficult. During long stints offshore, seafarers are faced with countless unforeseen situations that test their…
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    30 Apr
  7. Tackling corruption in the maritime world

    Historically, the shipping industry has long struggled with corruption on a wide scale. The main reason for this is the…
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    18 Apr
  8. Kanal İstanbul: Erdoğan’s drive to build a new strait

    In 2011, shortly before an election that would secure him his third consecutive term as prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan…
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    17 Apr
  9. Improving air quality at UK ports

    In December, University Maritime Advisory Services (UMAS) and Ricardo Energy & Environment published a new report for the Department for…
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    12 Apr
  10. The Royal Alfred Society: a shelter for seafarers since 1865

    Nestled at the edge of a green recreational park in the Surrey countryside is an institution that for a century…
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    12 Mar

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