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All articles by Eva Grey

  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. New maritime skills strategy needed as Britain looks to the future

    In an announcement made during September’s London International Shipping Week (LISW) event, UK Transport Secretary Chris Grayling revealed a series of…
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    18 Sep
  4. Could blockchain technology revolutionise shipping?

    First launched in 2009, blockchain gained notoriety as the technology that makes bitcoin transactions possible. In recent years however, it…
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    10 Sep
  5. GoodShipping: new initiative empowers cargo owners to cut their carbon footprint

    The shipping industry remains under scrutiny from environmentalists as to how it will reduce its carbon emissions. With the two-year…
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    3 Sep
  6. Could shipowners depart the UK after Brexit?

    The Brexit vote has stirred many emotions, plenty of head scratching, and that which is feared most of all by…
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    29 Aug
  7. Delaying ballast water compliance buys shippers time

    In July, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) held its 71st session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC), where flag…
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    27 Aug
  8. Women in shipping: pushing for gender diversity

    The shipping sector is at a crossroads. While both the world fleet and seaborne shipments register healthy year-on-year growth, pressure…
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    23 Aug
  9. Cargo theft: a billion-dollar problem

    The issue of cargo theft and cargo loss has long been miscalculated, with largely inaccurate assessments of the true financial…
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    30 Jul
  10. Offshore shipbuilders turn to cruise to stay afloat in the downturn

    As the offshore shipbuilding industry continues to deal with a depressed market, caused by falling oil prices and overcapacity, mainly…
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    19 Jul

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