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  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 57

    In this issue: The hottest new wearable technologies set to revolutionise the seafarer experience, the risks presented to ports by climate change, the world’s first real-time freight container registry, protecting...

  • June’s top news stories

    DFDS completed the purchase of 98.8% shares in UN Ro-Ro from Turkish private equity companies Actera and Esas for €950m, and Hyundai Merchant Marine selected Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering,...

  • Ready for the spotlight: emerging ports in Africa

    The potential of Africa’s shipping sector is vast, but the continent runs the risk of sacrificing growth by not investing in sufficient port terminal infrastructure. Which African ports are most...

  • 200 years of the Sailors’ Society

    In March, the Sailors’ Society celebrated its 200th anniversary. Patrick Kingsland sat down with the society’s CEO, Stuart Rivers, to look back on two centuries of service to seafarers, and...

  • Vancouver: a new gateway for cruises to Alaska

    Vancouver is set for a cruise boom with Cunard, Viking Ocean and Azamara planning to offer Alaskan itineraries from the bustling west coast seaport in 2019. Frances Marcellin looks at...

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