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All articles by Joe Baker

  1. Smart ports: increasing efficiency and cutting costs

    Today’s ports are complex networks spanning a wide number of stakeholders, from port operators and authorities, to hauliers and shipping…
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    19 Jun
  2. Reducing carbon emissions: is the shipping sector prepared?

    Ever since countries first pledged to take charge of their carbon footprints as part of 1997’s Kyoto Protocol, the shipping…
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    18 Jun
  3. How are cruise operators preparing for the IMO sulphur cap?

    Since the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) announced its global cap on sulphur emissions in 2016, the cruise industry has come…
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    21 May
  4. The 21st century Mayflower: preparing for an autonomous voyage

    In 1620, just over 100 pilgrims cast off from Plymouth, UK, on an expedition to the other side of the…
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    9 May
  5. Brexit: the potential impact on UK ports

    It’s been nearly two years since 51.9% of the British public voted to leave the European Union (EU). With the…
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    16 Apr
  6. Chabahar Port: building a gateway to prosperity in south-eastern Iran

    For more than 30 years, Chabahar Port has been Iran’s sole ocean gateway to the Gulf of Oman. Situated on…
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    5 Apr
  7. Is Southeast Asia home to the most dangerous waters in the world?

    Southeast Asia is home to some of the biggest shipping trade routes worldwide. According to the United Nations Conference on…
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    14 Mar
  8. Predictive analytics: the new hot ticket in shipping?

    Predictive analytics is commonly defined as the use of data, statistical algorithms and machine learning techniques to identify the likelihood…
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    28 Feb
  9. Rolling on the river: A new class for American Cruise Lines

    River cruises are growing in popularity in the US, with more and more tourists looking to experience a slice of…
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    22 Feb
  10. The Nairobi Convention: navigating obstacles to shipwreck removal

    According to the International Maritime Organization (IMO), an increasing number of shipwrecks have been abandoned in the ocean without being…
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    8 Feb

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