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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. Inside IJMuiden: Amsterdam’s new sea lock

    Momentum is building for the upcoming construction of Netherland’s IJMuiden sea lock, the new entry point for large and medium-sized…
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    30 Mar
  2. Disruptive technologies send a shockwave through shipping

    The use of robotics in key areas such as infrastructure development, data gathering, construction and exploration is currently a hot…
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    20 Mar
  3. Wind propulsion: an old concept with a modern edge

    With a long list of industry drivers supporting their case, award-winning wind propulsion systems are proving their viability for the…
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    13 Mar
  4. Mercy Ships: a floating hospital for the world’s poorest regions

    For four decades, international faith-based charity Mercy Ships has been delivering life-changing medical care to millions in the most underdeveloped…
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    2 Mar
  5. Migration crisis: shipping within a humanitarian storm

    Over the past three years, military conflict in Africa and the Middle East has forced over one million people to…
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    16 Feb
  6. Murky waters for South Korea’s struggling shipbuilders

    Amid some of the worst quarterly results ever seen in shipbuilding, South Korea’s traditionally dominant industry is now struggling to…
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    3 Feb
  7. Australia’s great loss: the end of maritime cabotage?

    In May, Australia’s coalition government announced its intention to move “full steam ahead” with introducing a coastal shipping reform. The…
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    18 Jan
  8. Shore-side power: a key role to play in greener shipping

    Concern over the heavy environmental impact of maritime shipping has been growing in recent years, with more stringent regulations coming…
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    5 Jan
  9. 100 years of BP Shipping: a timeline

    In April, BP Shipping (BPS) celebrated its 100-year anniversary as the longest continually operating company in the BP group. Since…
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    8 Dec
  10. Paris climate summit: spotlight on shipping

    As world leaders shook hands over a host of climate deals aiming to usher in a new era of social…
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    2 Dec

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