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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. Wärtsilä’s wireless charging: ahead of the game

    In early September, the world’s first commercial ferry equipped with high-power wireless charging capability sailed in Norwegian waters as part…
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    4 Dec
  2. Action stations: inside a simulated cyber-attack on a multinational shipper

    At the culmination of the challenge, 48 of the UK’s most gifted amateur cyber security enthusiasts took part in a…
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    28 Nov
  3. Sister ships: a builder’s biggest challenge

    The concept of sister ships, also known as hull effectivity, might not sound familiar to those outside the shipbuilding industry,…
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    27 Nov
  4. Please don’t call here: Dubrovnik’s cruise boom struggle

    As one of the top cruise destinations on the Adriatic Sea, Croatia’s Dubrovnik has seen its number of tourists steadily…
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    16 Nov
  5. The anti-cruise ship: aboard Ritz-Carlton’s luxury yacht

    Marriott International’s luxury brand Ritz-Carlton announced its first foray into the cruise industry in June, revealing a series of three…
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    15 Nov
  6. Protecting ports from global warming

    The devastating hurricanes hitting US territories this year served as a violent reminder of the vulnerability of many coastal communities,…
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    9 Nov
  7. Can a new financial mechanism put an end to dangerous shipbreaking?

    In August, the European Commission released its latest report on the viability of a financial incentive for sustainable ship recycling, an instrument…
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    7 Nov
  8. Last piece of the puzzle: funding the Seine-Nord Canal

    The Seine-Nord Europe Canal has been in its planning stages since the 1960s, as a replacement for the existing Canal…
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    15 Oct
  9. Maritime chokepoints: the backbone of international trade

    The disruption of just one of the world’s eight key maritime chokepoints could have devastating effects on the global food…
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    3 Oct
  10. Developing an air quality plan for the Thames

    The River Thames is central to London’s identity and development as a capital city, contributing every day in trade, jobs,…
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    1 Oct

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