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  • Glimmers of Hope

    Despite 2009 being a bad year for the industry, the delivery of some vessels offer a portent for things to come, writes Barnaby Black.

  • The Alternative Power Dock

    Alternative maritime power for docked container vessels has made steady progress throughout the decade, but isn’t it time more ports and shipping lines adopted the technology? Alex Hawkes reports.

  • Shipbuilding – Down but Not Out

    Predictions may be bleak for European shipbuilders as Asia becomes a growing force but that does not mean gloom for all. Barnaby Black looks at current market trends and how...

  • Lost at Sea

    Demand for skills in shipping may still be unquantifiable, but as Penny Jones found out at the Ship Safety Conference by Arena International, this does not mean it doesn’t exist.

  • No Free Ride: From Barnacles to Biofilms

    From keeping barnacles at bay to improving efficiency at sea, marine coatings are brining about benefits the industry could only dream of years ago, write Dr Gareth Evans.

  • APM – Weathering the Storm

    FDE Magazine’s Steve Coomber and APM Terminals CFO Christian Moller Laursen assess the impact of globalisation and the challenges it presents to human resources and finance.

  • Heavy Lift Sector Raises Hopes

    The shipping industry has seen a host of heavy lift cranes and vessels launched in recent months. Dr Gareth Evans reports on the latest innovations.

  • Tankers and the MARPOL Storm

    A myopic view of the demand-supply scenario in the tanker industry is resulting in a number of new builds. Analyst firm GlobalData looks at how this could lead the industry...


Simplifying maritime control room operations

Traditionally, maritime control room operators have had to sort through multiple data sources to make sense of everything, sometimes using…
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