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On the go and on demand, The Maritime Podcast, brought to you by Seatrade Maritime, delivers news and updates on shipping's most pertinent topics and conversations. With a focus on the leading trends in the industry. Hosted by a team of highly experienced correspondents across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and America, The Maritime Podcast has a focus on operational, regulatory and technology related topics, including interviews with key executives – all free to listen to.
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Ammonia safety and regulation with Matt Dunlop from V.Group

Green ammonia is one of the potential fuels for zero carbon shipping, but its toxicity poses a safety challenege for the maritime industry.In this episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, host Gary Howard, correspondent for Seatrade Maritime News, speaks with Matt Dunlop, Group Director, Sustainability & Decarbonisation at V.Group. The conversation covers Matt's work at V.Group and at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping where he is a secondee working on ammonia regulation.Matt gives listeners a peek behind the curtains at The Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping and details the areas in which guidance for the use of ammonia as a marine fuel are being developed, including seafarer training and operational guidelines.Matt also speaks of the importance of his personal experience as a seafarer in developing guidelines for ammonia, and the practical viewpoint he brings to discussions of processes that will affect work onboard.Listeners will learn about the collaborative ethos behind the Maersk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping and the work being done there to advance decarbonisation, the particular considerations for operating vessels using ammonia as a fuel, and the timelines for publishing the center's guidelines and submitting them to the IMO.Listen to the full conversation now
5/16/202417 minutes, 19 seconds
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In Conversation with Quintin V. Kneen, President & CEO of Tidewater

One of the world’s largest offshore vessel owners Tidewater drove consolidation in the sector towards the end of a lengthy downturn.“At that time, people weren't as convinced that the industry was ever going to recover, and that's very natural when you go through a long down cycle. And, so, there were a lot of questions as to whether or not the industry would continue on and resurge as it has. I always believed that it would, I wasn't sure exactly when, but I'm pleased that it's come to fruition in that way,” Quintin V. Kneen, President & CEO of Tidewater, tells the Seatrade Maritime Podcast.In this latest episode we are in conversation with Quintin V. Kneen who joined Tidewater through its merger with GulfMark Offshore in 2018, the first part of that consolidation piece. Following this he led the company through the acquisition of Swire Pacific Offshore and the Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) fleet of Solstad.Talking with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, Quintin takes the listener through the ups and downs of the acquisition process and the business strategy underpinning them.Quintin discusses future opportunities in an improved market and whether it is yet the right time to take the plunge on newbuildings.This leads the conversation into decarbonisation and its impact both on Tidewater’s own fleet and new business opportunities such as offshore wind and carbon capture and storage.Where does Quintin see the offshore vessels sector in the next five to ten years? – Find out by listening to the episode now.
5/8/202426 minutes, 48 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - news roundup April 2024

Iran seizes an MSC containership. Is the IMO really too slow? And would you want to work on a ship fuelled with ammonia - just some of the topics we’ll be discussing in this latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News’ Marcus Hand and Gary Howard reflect on the month of March in maritime and shipping the stories that stood out from our coverage.Hear more about:X-Press Feeders signs green shipping corridor MoU with major European portsWhat can we learn from the Baltimore bridge collision?Maersk resuming Panama Canal transits for US East Coast serviceContainer line reliability improves as Red Sea rerouting becomes the normIndustry appeals to UN over MSC Aries seizure‘IMO is not slow’ Sec-Gen hits back at critics of decarbonisation paceCarbon emissions rocket as ships reroute from Red Sea to CapeAmmonia as an alternative fuel gathers pace, safety concerns remainListen nowIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.  For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Connect with Gary Howard:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter,...
5/2/202416 minutes, 18 seconds
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E-learning and Maritime Training Developments with Raal Harris from Ocean Technologies Group

Maritime training is key to the safety of the shipping industry and its people and in this latest episode you'll be hearing from Raal Harris, Chief Creative Officer of Ocean Technologies Group.Raal has some 20-years of experience in the maritime e-learning space and talks with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand about how the sector has developed and what lies ahead.The conversation covers: The greater acceptance of digital learning and increased focus on soft skillsThe shift to more personalised training in maritime and adaptive learningThe use of AI in training in a safety critical industryMaritime regulations and just-in-time training for seafarers in a rapidly changing industryThe future of maritime e-learning and a blended approachHear Raal’s views on these topics and much more in this episodeListen nowIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.  For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
4/29/202430 minutes, 59 seconds
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In Focus: The evolution of vessel inspections with George Haysom, Idwal

Seatrade Maritime Podcast host Gary Howard, Correspondent for Seatrade Maritime, speaks with George Haysom, Chief Commercial Officer at Idwal to discuss the latest developments in the ship inspection space.The conversation covers the role of vessel inspections in ensuring vessel safety and efficiency, and how inspection data can enable better performance and improved visibility of fleet performance.Idwal's new offering Idwal ID is explored in detail, including the role of collaborator shipowners in its development, the services it provides, and who benefits from its vessel and fleet insights. George also touches on the recent addition of seafarer welfare questions into Idwal's work, how that development came about, and the difference the company hopes it will make in the market.Listen in for an update on the latest moves in the ship inspection market, where digital technologies will take the market forward, and how shipowners can benefit from this evolution. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.  For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Gary Howard:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
4/18/202427 minutes, 6 seconds
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Understanding geopolitical impact in shipping with Arrow Shipbroking

The Red Sea crisis, conflict in Ukraine, trade wars with China – analysing and forecasting shipping is a complex business. In the latest episode of the Chat About Geopolitics and Trade series Punit Oza, Founder of MaritimeNXT talks with Burak Cetinok, Head of Research for Arrow Shipbroking.In the fascinating conversation between Punit and Burak will hear about:Why it is critical to take a holistic view of the world in analysing shipping markets.The most unusual data requests by clients – can you guess what these are?The importance of scenario analysis for geopolitical events impacting shippingThe role technology plays in analysing millions of complex data points.The discussion takes the listener through the deep and multi-dimensional aspects of the interplay of geopolitics and shipping markets.Podcast Chapters:Listen to the full conversationIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free to also recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.  For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Punit Oza:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/punitozaConnect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/punit-oza-fics-afni-llb-m-sc-6149893/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
4/12/202429 minutes, 58 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - news round-up March 2024

The first seafarer deaths in the Red Sea crisis, a containership destroys bridge in the Port of Baltimore, and the debut trial of ammonia as a marine fuel. and much more in the latest Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News’ Marcus Hand and Gary Howard reflect on the month of March in maritime and shipping the stories that stood out from our coverage.Hear more about:Red Sea crisis drives container ship charter ratesThree dead in Houthi missile strike on bulker True ConfidenceDoubt over hitting IMO’s decarbonisaton checkpointsFirst trial of ammonia as a marine fuelProgress on IMO mid-term measures on GHG emissionsRegulatory compliance driving wind propulsion demandContainer ship collision causes Baltimore bridge collapseSurvey says container lines profiteering from EU ETS surchargesIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Connect with Gary Howard:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or <a...
4/2/202415 minutes, 37 seconds
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In Focus: Charting the course for seafarer travel management

In this enlightening episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, host Paul Bartlett, Correspondent for Seatrade Maritime, sits down with Paul Cronjé, Managing Director of Clyde Travel Management. They delve into the complex logistics and challenges of arranging travel for seafarers, a critical but often overlooked aspect of maritime operations.Paul Cronjé offers insights into Clyde Travel Management's dedicated services for the maritime sector, emphasising their commitment to seamless and efficient travel solutions for seafarers worldwide. He discusses the unique challenges faced by maritime travel management, from dealing with unpredictable sea conditions to navigating the complexities of international travel regulations.The conversation also touches on the impact of technological advancements and the COVID-19 pandemic on the sector, highlighting Clyde Travel Management's strategic adaptations and their focus on digitalisation and sustainability in travel management.Tune in for a comprehensive look at the efforts behind ensuring that seafarers reach their vessels and return home safely, underpinning the smooth operation of the global maritime industry.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
3/27/202414 minutes, 30 seconds
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Developments in maritime communications with Ben Palmer from Inmarsat

The maritime communications space is experiencing massive demand growth for both crew welfare and business applications.In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we talk to Ben Palmer, President of maritime business for Inmarsat, about the fast-changing landscape for communications in the industry.“One of the things I'd say at the outset is that I was struck when I came into the industry was a slightly binary sense that people wanted to talk about LEO or GEO, as if they were somehow mutually exclusive or there wasn't going to be room for both,” Ben says in a conversation Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News.“I think the, the reality, and this is sort of playing out over time is demand for capacity is growing massively across the maritime segment as it is actually across the wider economy. We are seeing demand for crew and business applications risen by 70% and 50%, respectively over the last couple of years.”The discussion between Ben and Marcus covers:Inmarsat’s merger with Viasat and what this means to the company and its customers.The rise of LEO constellations and combining with Inmarsat’s GEO offerings as an orchestrated networkDeveloping a 5G over water serviceManaged services and software provisionThe outlook for maritime communicationsListen to the full conversation now
3/22/202429 minutes, 47 seconds
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The Red Sea crisis and sanctions with Mike Salthouse from NorthStandard

In this episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we focus on P&amp;I risks and the Red Sea Crisis and navigating the complexities of international sanctions and shipping.Join Gary Howard, Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent, in conversation with Mike Salthouse, Head of External Affairs for NorthStandard.The discussion includes:P&amp;I considerations for transiting the Red SeaBalance between risk and contractual obligations in transiting high risk areasWar risk insuranceSecondary sanctions concerns for shippingThe parallel fleetBig tech’s influence on shipppingListen now to gain a deeper understanding of these critical issuesIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Gary Howard:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
3/15/202435 minutes
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Investigating seafarer deaths with Mental Health Support Solutions

Investigating seafarer deaths and crimes onboard vessels face unique challenges which Mental Health Support Solutions are aiming to address through criminal psychology.In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we talk to Julia Opperman and Dr. Charles Watkins of Mental Health Support Solutions (MHSS) about the role criminal psychology can play in investigations in a maritime setting.&nbsp;In conversation with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand Julia and Charles delve into how MHSS’ new forensic psychology service has the potential to revolutionise the way crimes at sea are investigated.&nbsp;The also discuss the broader mental health issues facing seafarers and the stigma that continues to be associated with it and developing preventative measures to improve well-being onboard ship.The conversation then turns to the Red Sea crisis and the impact attacks on shipping by Houthi rebels are having on seafarers and their families what actions can be taken to help.Listen now to learn more about tackling the mental health issues of seafarers.
3/12/202430 minutes, 51 seconds
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In Focus: Digitalising maritime operations with Asencz Marorka

In the latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, we dive into the digital transformation of the maritime industry with Francois Hanat, Digital Innovation Manager at Asencz Marorka.Join our host Dan Chapman, Head of Media at Seatrade Maritime, as they navigate the solutions Asencz Marorka is providing to vessels across the globe.Francois shares the company's mission to harmonise economic and environmental objectives, offering a broad spectrum of digital tools designed to optimise ship operations, enhance safety, and reduce CO2 emissions.With over 20 years of experience and more than 1,400 ships equipped, Asencz Marorka, backed by GTT's six decades of maritime expertise, presents a unique one-stop shop platform for vessel performance management.Whether it's LNG carriers or offshore operations, Francois illustrates how their solutions are not just about technology, but also leveraging human expertise.Listen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
3/8/202426 minutes, 28 seconds
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In Focus: Update on EU and IMO emissions regulations

In the latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we focus on the new emissions regulations shipowners have to comply with.Our correspondent Paul Bartlett takes the listener through how the new regulations from IMO and EU will impact operationsIn this podcast, we will examine the significance of 2024 in the light of these new regulations. Although their full impact has not been felt so far, they will alter day-to-day ship management and require an unprecedented level of ship performance monitoring, verification, and reporting, known as MRV.The regulations are: &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The IMO’s Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) systemThe European Union Emissions Trading System, EU ETSFuelEU MaritimeListen now to stay ahead of the curve If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
3/5/202414 minutes, 38 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - news round-up February 2024

Three months of the Red Sea crisis, US cyber fears over Chinese made port cranes, and the Magna Carta of the seafaring kind and much more in the latest Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News’ Marcus Hand and Gary Howard reflect on the month of February in maritime and shipping the stories that stood out from our coverage.Hear more about:EU recognises abatement of emissions difficult in shippingMaersk looks at DB Schenker acquisitionFeeder chartering and the impact of the Red Sea crisisNo change in Panama Canal restrictions until AprilGeopolitics and inflation impact Rotterdam portThree months of the Red Sea crisis Biden administration and China bring port crane manufacturing back to the USPhilippine’s President delays signing the Magna Carta of Filipino SeafarersIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Connect with Gary Howard:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or <a...
3/1/202416 minutes, 9 seconds
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The human element in maritime training and safety

The latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast delves into the crucial topic of seafarer training with John Labarte, head of training at Northern Marine GroupTalking with Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett, John shares perspectives on the rapid technological advancements impacting the maritime sector, from sustainable propulsion options to the digitalisation of operations.He highlights the importance of developing competencies that extend beyond compliance, emphasizing the role of immersive, team-based training in enhancing crew safety and operational efficiency.The conversation also explores the evolving skill sets required for tomorrow's seafarers, the implications of a multi-fuel future, and the integration of continuous professional development to stay current.Discussion also turns to autonomous shipping looking at the trials of remote-controlled ships in the offshore wind industry and how these could develop into fully autonomous vessels overt time.Listen now for a deep dive into the future of seafarer training
2/22/202414 minutes, 12 seconds
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Geopolitics, trade, and the Red Sea Crisis

Over 50 vessels attacked by Houthi rebels in the Red Sea, thousands of ships diverted via the Cape of Good Hope, and billions of dollars of trade disrupted in the Red Sea crisis.The crisis that has developed in the Red Sea since mid-November seemed to come out of nowhere and illustrates the highly unpredictable nature of geopolitical impact on the shipping industry.In the latest episode of Chat about Geopolitics and Trade we turn the tables on our usual presenter Punit Oza, Founder of Maritime NXT, for his expert insights into what is happening in the Red Sea and Yemen.Over the next 30 minutes or so you will hear about the background to the current situation, the geopolitical response, impact on trade, and where do we go from here.
2/16/202431 minutes, 50 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass with Captain Alexandra Hagerty, Founder of Captains without Borders

Dive into the captivating journey of Captain Alexandra Hagerty, the latest ambassador of the Seatrade Maritime Club, as she shares her voyage from sailing instructor to Master of the hospital ship Africa Mercy.Captain Alexandra Hagerty, currently a Fleet Superintendent with Pasha, talks about her career in shipping and at sea with Seatrade Maritime’s Dan Chapman.Discover her impact on the maritime industry, her role in sustainability, and her inspiring initiative, Captains without Borders, which empowers underprivileged maritime cadets.Learn how she's helping steer the industry towards a sustainable horizon on this episode of Seatrade Maritime Masterclass.Listen to the episode now
2/8/202422 minutes
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Maritime in Minutes - news round-up January 2024

Shipping under attack in the Red Sea, a new container shipping alliance, Chinese yards dominate newbuilding market, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News’ Marcus Hand and Gary Howard reflect back on the month of January in maritime and shipping the stories that stood out from our coverage.Hear more about:Maersk extending pause of Red Sea transitThe dangers of fake pilot laddersMethanol overtakes LNG for alternative fuel vessel ordersSoaring container freight ratesChina dominates shipyard outputThe rise of the Gemini CooperationAre you ready for SIRE2.0?VLCC newbuild orders set to returnOSG takeover bid US and UK ships under attack in Red SeaListen now!Links to stories featured in this episodeRed Sea Crisis focus pageInvestigation uncovers fake pilot ladders with falsified certificationMethanol overtakes LNG as alternative fuel of choice in 2023Are surging container spot rates an overreaction to Red Sea diversions?China hits 50% of world shipyard output in 2023Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd cooperation to set off alliance domino effectShippers welcome the Gemini allianceOCIMF launches all user beta-test of digital SIRE 2.0VLCC newbuild orders forecast to return in 2024OSG’s largest shareholder Saltchuk Resources bids to take company private
2/1/202418 minutes, 29 seconds
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Chat about geopolitics and trade with Klaveness Dry Bulk

In the latest episode of Chat about geopolitics and trade we delve into the world of dry bulk shipping with Klaveness both from a commercial and research perspective.Our guest presenter Punit Oza, Founder of Maritime NXT, talks with Michael Jorgensen, Head of Dry Bulk at Klaveness Dry Bulk, &nbsp;and Peter Lindstrom, Head of Research at Klaveness Dry Bulk.The discussions cover:-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Why the influence of geopolitics and trade is not in the forefront with shipping companies-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Research taking a proactive rather than reactive role-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Assessing the impact of a geopolitical event on dry bulk shipping-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Translating these assessments into action-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Using software tools to analyse tradeflows-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;What it is like for a young person to join KlavenessListen to the episode now to hear about all these topics and much more
1/29/202422 minutes, 16 seconds
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Shipbuilding market outlook for 2024

Demand for newbuilding slots remained robust in 2023 with Chinese shipbuilders now the dominant force. What does 2024 hold for the sector?In the fifth, and final, part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the shipbuilding sector with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) Managing Director Adam Kent. Speaking to the Seatrade Maritime Podcast he says, “China is now dominating the global newbuilding order book for container ships, car carriers, and even bulkers and tankers.”Listen to the episode now to find out more
1/11/20249 minutes, 23 seconds
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Tanker market outlook for 2024

Continued strength in the fundamentals of the tanker market are seen in the coming year as the sector continues to benefit from geopolitical turbulence and resulting disruption.In the fourth part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the tanker sector with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) Analyst Tim Smith.&nbsp;Looking back at 2023 for the tanker sector he notes there have been massive swings in spot earnings across different markets but there has been an elevation in the overall strength of earnings which continued into Q4 of the year.Listen now to find out more about the forecast for 2024
1/9/20249 minutes, 12 seconds
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Dry bulk shipping market outlook for 2024

After a disappointing year the dry bulk market picked-up in the last two months of 2023, but the question is will this upturn continue in 2024?In the third part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the dry bulk sector with Will Fray, a Director of Maritime Strategies International (MSI). Speaking to the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Fray said the upturn in rates was quite revealing about how tight balances were in the market.But what does this mean for dry bulk shipping in 2024 - listen to the episode to find out.
1/7/20245 minutes, 50 seconds
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Container shipping market outlook for 2024

Container shipping is under pressure from large amounts of new capacity coming into the fleet, however, events in the Red Sea are boosting spot rates at least in the short-term.In the second part of our 2023 shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the container sector with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) analyst Daniel Richards. Speaking to the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Richards says the headline takeaway is that container shipping will struggle with overcapacity in 2024.Listen now
1/5/20247 minutes, 45 seconds
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Shipping market macro-economic outlook 2024

How will the macro-economic outlook impact shipping markets in 2024?In a five-part series to start 2023 we take a look at where shipping markets are headed in the coming year with experts Maritime Strategies International (MSI).&nbsp;In this first part the Seatrade Maritime Podcast talked to Adam Kent, Managing Director of MSI, about the overall macro-economic outlook for shipping in 2024.
1/4/20245 minutes, 36 seconds
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Shipping markets outlook for 2024

Where are shipping markets headed in the next 12 months? Get the view of the experts in our 2024 markets outlook podcast episode.&nbsp;In the first episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast for you will hear from Maritime Strategies International (MSI) analysts Adam Kent, Daniel Richards, Will Fray, and Tim Smith. They will be covering the macro-outlook for shipping as whole and then drilling down into the individual markets of container shipping, dry bulk, tankers, and shipbuilding?Find out the MSI team’s views on:·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;What the overall demand and supply outlook looks like for shipping 2024·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;How much overcapacity will impact container shipping·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Whether dry bulk shipping could see a turnaround in 2024·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Is it going to be another strong year for the tanker market?·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;What factors will impact newbuilding orders in the coming 12 monthsTo hear the answers to these questions and much more listen to the episode nowIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
1/3/202440 minutes
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Maritime in Minutes - 2023 in Review

Mergers and acquisitions, the Panama Canal water restrictions, the Dark Fleet, Starlink's mini-revolution, and shipping under attack in the Red Sea. It's been a dramatic year in shipping. It's time for the Maritime in Minutes review of 2023 in shipping. We're going to be taking you on a look back over the last 12 months as some of the biggest stories in shipping and maritime that featured on the podcast in many cases, on more than one occasion as the story developed across the year.The episode includes the most read story on Seatrade Maritime News in 2023 - The dark fleet - creeping anarchy in the world’s oceansListen now to hear about the top stories in shipping and maritime in 2023.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
12/21/202315 minutes, 46 seconds
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In Focus: The journey from LNG as a fuel to hydrogen

This episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast comes at a timely point when COP 28 has wrapped up and the world reflects on discussions made to reduce carbon emissions and consider alternative fuel solutions.&nbsp;We talked to&nbsp;Antonios Trakakis, Technical Director, Marine at RINA, Greece, about his long-term advocacy of LNG&nbsp;as the optimum fuel selection for new vessels and dug a little deeper into why hydrogen is a fuel solution for meeting IMO2050 targets.We also talked about industry collaboration as a key driver to achieve the IMO2050 deadlines. And, as we reach the end of 2023, what have been the key successes for RINA and what will 2024 bring?Connect with Antonis on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/antonis-trakakis-a9b4866a/Find out more about RINA: https://www.rina.org/en/
12/15/202317 minutes, 41 seconds
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In Conversation with David Ferrer, CTO and Co-Founder of bound4blue

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we are in Conversation with bound4blue CTO and Co-Founder David Ferrer.The broad ranging discussion with Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett includes:Suction Sail Development ChoiceConfidence in Suction SailsImpact of Carbon Intensity RegulationsPilot Installations and OrdersGlobal Applicability and Financial AspectsListen now to hear the full conversation
12/14/202319 minutes, 12 seconds
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In Focus: Providing global customer service for mobile harbour cranes and reachstackers with Liebherr

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we focus on the complexities of providing global customer service for mobile harbour cranes and ship and offshore cranes with Liebherr.Christoph Döring, Head of Customer Services – Mobile Cranes and Reachstackers for Liebherr, talks with Emma Howell, Seatrade Maritime Director of Content. The conversation covers:&nbsp;Christoph’s role with LiebherrThe different pillars of the customer service functionProviding service on a global scaleBuilding out remote serviceSupporting customers during the pandemic and beyondProviding expert assistance&nbsp;with XpertAssistTo learn about all these topics and much more listen to the full episode now.&nbsp;&nbsp;
12/8/202317 minutes, 56 seconds
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In Conversation with Martin Helweg and Benjamin Neal from P&O Maritime Logistics

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we are in Conversation with P&amp;O Maritime Logistics CEO Martin Helweg and Head of HSSEQ Benjamin Neal.The broad ranging discussion with Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett includes:The integration of Topaz Energy and MarineThe energy transition and P&amp;O Maritime Logistics' decarbonisation pathwayWhy the company hasn't ordered new offshore vessels yetThe project cargo market in the Middle EastDecarbonising the workboat fleetListen now to hear the full conversation
12/6/202329 minutes, 41 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - November 2023 in review

Drastic cuts in Panama Canal transits, Houthi militia attack vessels and take seafarers hostage, and the Filipino seafarer influencer, and much more on the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener through October in maritime with his top picks that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News.Featured in this episodePanama Canal transit reductions impactBiofuels studyAustralian national fleet planDP World Australia cyber-attackIs an old ship a bad ship?Seafarer salariesThe seafarer influencerShipping under attack in the Red SeaListen now to learn moreLinks to stories featured in this episode:Links to stories featuered in this episode:Panama Canal making drastic cuts to booking slots as drought worsensOldendorff study finds biofuels stability and degradation issuesAustralia commits to developing national strategic fleetDP World resumes Australia port operations after crippling cyberattackOver 20 – is an old ship a bad ship?Seafarer salaries jump 10 – 15% but could level off in 2024Meet Ivan Guzman the seafarer influencer with 2.2 million followersRelease innocent seafarers, end attacks on ships immediately: ICSIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter,...
12/1/202312 minutes, 51 seconds
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Chat About Geopolitics and Trade: The role of shipping research with Lauritzen Bulkers

In this latest Chat About Geopolitics and Trade episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we discuss the role of shipping research with Lauritzen Bulkers.&nbsp;Our guest presenter Punit Oza from Maritime Nxt talks to William Eduard, Head of Research for Lauritzen Bulkers.&nbsp;In this episode you will be hearing about:The value of diverse viewpoints in research and not just focusing on shipping.Using hindsight on the impact of geopolitical events on trade and applying that to current situations and changes in shippingWhy a high correlation of factors may not be relevant to prediction.&nbsp;Listen now to hear the full conversation
11/29/202328 minutes, 47 seconds
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In Focus: Clyde Marine Training on meeting future seafarer needs with Thomas Campbell

In this latest podcast, Seatrade Maritime News correspondent Paul Bartlett talks with Thomas Campbell, General Manager of Clyde Marine Training on meeting future seafarer needs.The conversation covers a broad range of pertinent topics around the cadet training and what the future holds.Topics discussed include:The company's training businessThe global shortage of seafarers and the impact on trainingCommunication and crew internet needsCrew retention and attracting seafarers to stay at seaThe image of the shipping industryListen now to learn more!
11/21/202327 minutes, 21 seconds
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In Focus: The role of the SOSREP in casaulties

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, we focus on the role of the SOSREP in responding to maritime emergencies with guest Stephan Hennig who is who is the Secretary of State's Representative for Maritime Salvage and Intervention.Stephan is joined in conversation by Nick Savvides, Correspondent for Seatrade Maritime News, and provides a fascinating insight into the role of the SOSREP, including:·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The day-to-day responsibilities of SOSREP and how it came to exist·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The differences in dealing with maritime emergencies between countries.·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The influence of the SOSREP role in a maritime emergency·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;How the SOSREP role would work in a live situation and the roles of other parties·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Environmental pressures in responding to a maritime emergency.To learn about these topics and much more listen to the conversation now
11/16/202320 minutes, 7 seconds
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In Focus: Diversity, equity and inclusion at sea

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we speak to Susanne Justesen from the Global Maritime Forum (GMF) diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) at sea.In a conversation with Seatrade Maritime News’ Nick Savvides, Susanne also takes a dive in the GMF’s Human sustainability programme.The discussion covers:The lack of gender diversity at seaPreventing sexual misconductPilot programme with women onboard shipsListening and learning to the experiences of seafarers onboardThe future maritime workforceDiversity training for crewListen to the episode now to learn about these and much more
11/14/202321 minutes, 2 seconds
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In Conversation with Tuomas Riski CEO of Norsepower

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we are In Conversation with Tuomas Riski CEO of Norsepower, which manufacturers mechanical sails to bring wind power into the 21st century.Tuomas talks with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand about reducing fuel consumption and emissions by fitting mechanical sails to vessels. The episode includes discussion about:A modernised mechanical sailLevels of reduction in fuel consumption and emissionsCombining with alternative fuels to reduce costsInstallation and operation of mechanical sailsChanging wind from an enemy to a friend of shipsRetrofits versus newbuildsPayback period and vessel trading patternsListen to the episode now find out more about these topics and much moreIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
11/9/202318 minutes, 52 seconds
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Special Episode: The UAE's journey to IMO Council Membership

In this episode of Seatrade Maritime Podcast In Conversation series we shed light on the United Arab Emirates' exceptional achievements, which bolster its bid for category B membership in the Council of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).&nbsp;The UAE has not only solidified its position as one of the world's foremost maritime hubs but has also played a pivotal role in shaping the global maritime landscape. Joining us in this enlightening conversation is H.E. Hessa AlMalek, Advisor to the Minister for Maritime Transport Affairs, The UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure who will walk us through the country's remarkable achievements in the maritime sector.&nbsp;In this episode, H.E. Hessa AlMalek delves into the following key areas:&nbsp;- Key Factors in UAE's Maritime Prominence: Discover the crucial factors that have propelled the UAE to the forefront of the maritime sector.&nbsp;&nbsp;- Economic Milestones in UAE's Maritime Journey: Explore the impressive economic growth and competitiveness that have characterized the UAE's maritime sector.&nbsp;- The UAE's Impact at IMO: Uncover the UAE's influential presence within the International Maritime Organization and its commitment to enhancing global maritime safety and efficiency.&nbsp;- Sustainability and Climate Neutrality: Gain insights into the UAE's sustainable initiatives and its groundbreaking national climate neutrality strategy.&nbsp;Listen now and discover more as H.E. Hessa AlMalek shares her expert insights on these critical maritime matters and more. &nbsp;&nbsp;
11/7/20235 minutes, 17 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - October 2023

The dark fleet and seafarers, EU ETS surcharges, carbon capture and storage, Starlink fleet rollouts and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener through September in maritime with his top picks that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News.Featured in this episodeFrontline and Euronav spat resolved&nbsp;IMO and EU relationshipContainer line EU ETS surchargesMaersk goes big on StarlinkClimate and the Panama CanalDry bulk and tanker newbuildingsCCS and the existing fleetThe dark fleet and seafarersListen now to learn moreLinks to stories featured in this episode:Euronav to diversify fleet, could acquire CMB vesselsKitack Lim says EU pivotal in IMO’s green policy makingContainer lines set out EU ETS surchargesMaersk goes big on StarlinkIn Conversation with Panama Canal Administrator Ricaurte Vasquez MoralesBuilding on shipping’s futureCarbon capture ‘a significant factor’ in managing emissions from existing fleetDark fleet offers higher wages but for seafarers cost could be even higherIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, <a href="https://www.facebook.com/SeatradeGlobal/" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
11/1/202311 minutes, 16 seconds
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Chat about geopolitics and trade with Subhangshu Dutt, Director OM Maritime

In the third episode of our series Chat about Geopolitics and Trade with Guest presenter Punit Oza founder of Maritime NXT talks with Subhangshu Dutt, Director of OM Maritime.You will hear from Capt Dutt:About his first experience of geopolitics impacting shipping some 50 years ago.Can you guess which third country thousands of miles away shipments from India to Pakistan were moved from to avoid trade embargoes?Learn about modern day examples of shipping and trade pattern shifting due to geopolitical events.Find out what Capt Dutt has to say on these issues and much more.
10/26/202326 minutes, 3 seconds
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In Conversation with Panama Canal Authority Administrator Ricaurte Vasquez Morales

The Panama Canal is one of the world’s most strategic waterways connecting Asia with the East Coast of the Americas but the impact of climate change has seen a cut in the number of daily transits allowed and draught restrictions.In this latest episode, Marcus Hand Editor of Seatrade Maritime is in conversation with Panama Canal Authority Administrator Ricaurte Vásquez Morales.The impact of Panama’s drought on the canal is a story that has gone well beyond the shipping press and has captured global media attention, such as the waterway's importance to global trade.In this episode, you will hear from Ricaurte Vásquez about the measures the Panama Canal Authority has taken to keep the canal operating in the face of freshwater shortages. He explains the impact on different vessel types, the solutions available, and the information shipowners can use to make decisions on transits. Later in the episode, we delve into how the Administration is looking to use technology and potential new water sources to address the impact of climate change over the longer term.Listen now to learn how the Panama Canal is tackling water issues in the near and over the longer term.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn &nbsp;
10/16/202328 minutes, 5 seconds
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In Focus: Marine lubricants and solutions for alternative fuels

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, Emma Howell, Director at Seatrade Maritime, engages in an insightful conversation with Ayten Yavuz, Regional Manager for Northwest Europe and Americas at Chevron Marine Lubricants.They delve into the world of lubricants, exploring the latest solutions and strategies for the marine industry.&nbsp;In this episode you will hear -&nbsp;The Need for New Lubricant SolutionsChevron's Lower Carbon StrategyIntroduction of Taro Ultra Advanced 40Performance in Dual Fuel EnginesLubricants for Alternative FuelsMitigating Air Pollution from Lube Oil BurningAyten Yavuz’s Long Career in the IndustryThe Excitement of Working in the Energy SectorFind out about these topics and much more by listening to the episode now.
10/11/20239 minutes, 38 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - September 2023

Will there be enough green fuels for shipping? ESG is not an option. New fuels, new risk. Container shipping heads to 2016, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener through September in maritime with his top picks that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News.Stories featured in this episodeFortescue backs ammonia, says no to methanolShipping will need 40% of all green fuels in 2030Panama Canal warns of further transit cutsESG framework is essentialNew fuels, new risksSaudi giga projects and business opportunitiesSurge in drilling rig demandGreek owners eschew dual-fuel newbuilding ordersContainer shipping rates head to 2016 levelsListen now to learn moreLinks to stories that appear in this episodeFortescue committed to ammonia as a green marine fuel, says methanol not the answerShipping needs 40% of global zero carbon fuels to meet 2030 targetPanama Canal could further cut daily transits if drought persistsDeveloping an ESG framework is absolutely crucialNew fuels, new risksGiga projects, the blue economy, and port infrastructure business opportunities in Saudi ArabiaActive jack-up rigs in Middle East expected to double driven by Saudi demandGreek owners on newbuild buying spree for conventional fuelled shipsContainer freight rates to hit 2016 levelsIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1...
10/2/202312 minutes, 36 seconds
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Chat about geopolitics and trade with Stamatis Tsantanis, CEO of Seanergy

In the second episode of our series Chat about Geopolitics and Trade with Guest presenter Punit Oza founder of Maritime NXT talks with Stamatis Tsantanis, CEO of Seanergy Maritime Holdings.You will hear from Stamatis about:Two recent examples of how shipping has needed to adjust to abnormal situations brought about by geopolitics.How shipping can successfully use artificial intelligenceWhy he believes dry bulk shipping companies do not need to have a network of offices around the worldFind out what Stamatis has to say on these issues and much more.Listen to the episode now!
9/27/202330 minutes, 59 seconds
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In Focus: ESG and ship salvage

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we focus on the impact ESG is having on the salvage sector with guest Gina Panayiotou from the West of England P&amp;I Club.Environmental, social, governance, or ESG, is touching all parts of business today including perhaps some less obviously on the agenda such as the salvage sector.In this episode Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, talks to Gina about the impact ESG is having on salvage and different parties in the sector need to do be doing.Marcus and Gina discuss:The natural link between salvage and ESGESG and the recovery of the FSO SaferStandards for ESG in salvageThe role of shipowners and operatorsTransparency in salvage operationsRisks from cargoes such as lithium batteries and alternative fuelsListen to the full episode now to hear all about these topics and much moreIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn Mentioned in this episode:SMC
9/13/202321 minutes, 16 seconds
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Setting a course after MEPC 80 with ABS

The conclusions of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee 80 (MEPC 80) set a clear direction on shipping’s pathway to decarbonisation.&nbsp;Now that we’ve all had time to digest the conclusions of MEPC 80 the Seatrade Maritime Podcast sat down with Joseph Gardemal, Regulatory Affairs Manager for ABS to talk about what lies ahead. Speaking with Marcus Hand Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, Joseph offers an inside perspective of how the tone has changed at IMO and real progress was made.In this episode Marcus and Joseph discuss:&nbsp;How significant was the progress made at MEPC 80?How much work will be required by shipowners to reach the new levels of ambition?The impact of new 2030 targets and how shipping will meet theseWell-to-wake emissions and fuel choiceCreating regulatory certaintyListen to the episode now to get the full picture.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
9/7/202316 minutes, 49 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - August 2023

The Panama Canal water shortages, the influence of geopolitics on shipping, HMM stake for sale but who's buying, who are CStar Line, and much more in the latest episode.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener through August in maritime with his top picks that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News.Featured in this episode:Shipper and carrier environmental rankingsGlobal slump in container volumesPanama Canal water woesGeopolitics and influence on trade and shippingChina overtakes Greece as world’s largest shipownerWho are CStar Line?HMM stake saleLifting the lid of Pacific CarriersMaersk Supply Service job cutsListen now!Links to stories featured in this episodeContainer lines outshine shippers in environmental standingsMaersk sees global container volumes slump of up to 4% this yearBoxships move cargo overland as Panama Canal faces water shortage crisisPodcast: Chat about geopolitics and trade with Khalid Hashim from Precious ShippingChina takes lead over Greece in fleet gross tonnageNew carrier CStar Line operating fleet of 18 chartered vesselsIs Hapag-Lloyd in shape to bid for HMM?PCL: 50 years of dry bulk shipping, growing in product tankersMaersk Supply Service laying off 130 staff in restructuringIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you
9/1/202313 minutes, 32 seconds
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In Conversation with Danial Kaabi and Bab Reijntjes from Sea Horizon Offshore Marine Services

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Danial Kaabi and Bab Reijntjes, respectively CEO and COO of Sea Horizon Offshore Marine Services talk with Seatrade Maritime’s Emma Howell about the latest developments at the company.One of the key developments is the appointment of Bab as COO bringing with him experience in both the Middle East and managerial roles at major offshore companies. His experience dovetails with Sea Horizon’s own expansion ambitions.In this episode you will hear - &nbsp;From Bab about what attracted him to the new role at Sea HorizonAbout opportunities in the Qatar offshore marketThe Middle East offshore vessel marketFinancing and long-term contractsThe impact of the climate change discussionFind out about these topics and much more by listening to the episode now
8/17/202314 minutes, 52 seconds
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Podcast: Chat about geopolitics and trade with Khalid Hashim, MD Precious Shipping

Shipping is intertwined with geopolitics and trade and in this episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we get behind the headlines with Khalid Hashim from Precious Shipping.This is the first of our new series Chat about Geopolitics and Trade with Guest presenter Punit Oza founder of Maritime NXT. Punit talks with Khalid Hashim managing director Precious Shipping.During this episode listen out for what Khalid sees as the next big force in global geopolitics – it may be different from what you would expect.Learn more about the two invisibles most know little about.Find out about the impact on trade from the Ukraine war behind the headlines.&nbsp;Listen to the episode now!
8/10/202329 minutes, 23 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - July 2023

The IMO revised greenhouse gas emissions strategy, Chinese shipbuilding dominance, fuelling up on methanol, Panama canal transit restrictions, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener through July in maritime with his top picks that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News.Featured in this episode:&nbsp;IMO revised greenhouse gas emissions strategyONE targets container shipping value chain investmentsChina takes top spot in newbuilding ordersMethanol newbuilds flavour of the monthThe IMO Secretary-General electionsStart-up traction for Spot ShipPanama Canal transit cutsFremantle Highway fatal car carrier fireListen now!Links to stories featured in this episode:IMO chief heralds ‘monumental development’ as new GHG revisions are adoptedONE looks to further terminal and container shipping related investmentsChinese shipyard newbuilding orders up 68% in the H1Evergreen to invest $5 billion in methanol-fuelled containershipsPanama’s Arsenio Dominguez voted as next IMO Secretary-GeneralSpot Ship lands Sedna data partnershipPanama Canal to reduce daily vessel transits due to droughtOne dead, several injured in car carrier fire
8/1/202314 minutes
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Bonus Episode: Shipbuilding market outlook for H2 2023

The first half of 2023 has defied expectations for major shipbuilders with owners continuing to pile on newbuilding orders for containerships and LNG carriers, as well as other vessel types.For listeners interested in specific industry sectors only we have taken the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Shipping markets outlook 2023 episode and split into four mini-episodes focusing on a specific sector.In the fourth part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the outlook for the shipbuilding sector in the second half of 2023 with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) Managing Director Adam Kent.You will learn the answers to:Has the slide in newbuilding orders seen in 2022 continued into this year?Is the lack of early delivery slots putting owners off ordering?Are dormant shipyards being reactivated to meet demand?What is the newbuilding ordering outlook like for the second half of 2023?Listen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
7/28/202311 minutes, 19 seconds
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In Conversation with Nikeel Idnani from IMarEST UAE Branch

This latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast features well-known Middle East maritime personality Nikeel Idnani, Honourary Secretary of IMarEST, UAE Branch.Seatrade Maritime Director Emma Howell talks to Nikeel about his passion for the maritime industries.The conversation covers:Nikeel’s career at sea and ashoreWhy he volunteers his time with IMarESTThe importance of being a member of a trade associationThe activities of IMarEST in UAEThe role associations play in the regional maritime clusterLooking ahead and reducing emissions from shippingListen now!
7/26/202339 minutes, 35 seconds
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Bonus Episode: Tanker shipping market outlook for H2 2023

The tanker market has come off its high seen in 2022 but it remains volatile, and rates are at generally very healthy levels – what does the second half of 2023 have in store?For listeners interested in specific industry sectors only we have taken the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Shipping markets outlook 2023 episode and split into four mini-episodes focusing on a specific sector.In the third part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the outlook for the tanker sector in the second half of 2023 with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) analyst Tim Smith.Learn the answers to these questions:Is volatility set to continue in the second half of 2023?How much of a factor will sanctions continue to play in the market and tradeflows?Demand and supply – will we see more newbuilding orders in the coming months?Listen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
7/25/202310 minutes, 26 seconds
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Bonus Episode: Dry bulk shipping market outlook for H2 2023

Any hopes that the dry bulk shipping market would improve in the first half of 2023 have failed to materialise as a bounce back in Chinese demand did not happen as expected. So, what does the second half of the year hold in store?For listeners interested in specific industry sectors only we have taken the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Shipping markets outlook 2023 episode and split into four mini-episodes focusing on a specific sectorIn the second part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the dry bulk sector with Plamen Natkoff, Associate Director for Dry Bulk Commodities and Freight with Maritime Strategies International (MSI).The learn the answers to these questions:What happened to the China rebound?How important is China to the dry bulk shipping market?What is the impact of the end of the Ukraine grain corridor?Are there any positive signs for Q3 and Q4?Listen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
7/21/202310 minutes, 25 seconds
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Bonus episode: Container shipping market outlook for H2 2023

The plunge in spot container freight rates has largely come to halt in the first half of 2023, but will the impact continue to be felt in contract rates in the second half of the year, and how much of a concern are newbuilding deliveries.For listeners interested in specific industry sectors only we have taken the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Shipping markets outlook H2 2023 episode and split into four mini-episodes focusing on a specific sector. In the first part of the series we are focusing on the container sector with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) analyst Daniel Richards.&nbsp;Learn the answers to the following questions:Have spot container freight rates stabilised?Do contract container rates have further to fall?Newbuilding deliveries and what will be the impact on demand and supply?Will containership newbuilding deliveries be delayed?Listen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
7/17/20238 minutes, 47 seconds
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Shipping markets outlook for H2 2023

We've just past the half way point of the year and the Seatrade Maritime Podcast takes stock of movements in shipping markets over the first six months of 2023 and looks ahead at expectations for the remainder of the year.In this episode listeners will hear from a panel of analysts from Maritime Strategies International (MSI) discussing the macro-economic outlook for shipping, the container sector, dry bulk, tankers, and shipbuilding in the second half of 2023.Joining Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand in conversation about shipping markets are Adam Kent, Daniel Richards, Plamen Natzkoff, and Tim Smith from MSI.Hear from the experts on their opinions about where different sectors are headed and learn the answers to questions including:Have container markets normalised and what will be the impact of newbuilding deliveries?Will Chinese demand provide support for a sluggish dry bulk market?Are tanker markets set to remain volatile?Newbuilding order volumes rebounded in the first half of 2023 - is this trend set to continue?Listen now and get ahead on the outlook for shipping in the second half of 2023 in just 45 minutes.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
7/12/202345 minutes, 20 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - June 2023

Cyberattack fears in shipping, Panama Canal water issues, IMO and net-zero emissions, contrast on Titan and African Cardinal search and rescue operations, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.In this episode Marcus and Gary discuss:Cyberattacks expected to cause collisions, groundings and deathsPanama Canal unprecedented droughtMethanol’s time to shine as a marine fuelUS West Coast ports labour agreementUK’s muddle maritime policiesTitan and African Cardinal search and rescue operationsIMO’s crucial two weeks and net zero emissionsShip recycling convention to come into force after 16 yearsLinks to stories featured in this episode:Shipping industry expects cyber-attack deaths, collisions, and groundingsPanama Canal in further draught reductions, warns of cutting transit numbersMethanol’s ‘time to shine’ as marine fuel: LRILWU and PMA reach ‘tentative agreement’ on US West Coast dockworkers contractUK Maritime Council to clarify muddle of maritime policiesA tale of two search and rescues – Titan and African CardinalCrucial two weeks underway at IMOIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: <a...
7/2/202316 minutes
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Day of the Seafarer - In conversation with Gerardo Borromeo

The Day of the Seafarer on 25 June highlights the critical role that ship's crew play in the industry and the global economy. Marking the Day of the Seafarer this episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast features Gerardo Borromeo, CEO of PTC Group, one of the world's largest crewing providers, who is highly passionate about the importance of the role seafarers play, their well being, and ensuring it is an attractive career for the future.In conversation with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, Gerardo discusses:The importance of having a day that recognises seafarers and the sacrifices they makeThe impact of the pandemic and awareness of the importance of seafarers in the wider worldImproving the mental wellness of seafarersThe role of seafarers in the energy transitionHow to ensure future seafarers are trained for the technologies that will be used in the futureDesigning vessels around the seafarersListen to the episode now to hear more about all these issues and much more from one of the world's leading top executives in crewingIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
6/25/202337 minutes, 18 seconds
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US West Coast ports labour deal - what next? With Peter Sand from Xeneta

After 13 months of tense negotiations a tentative agreement has been reached between the International Longshore &amp; Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association for a six-year deal for dockworkers at US West Coast Ports.In this episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we talk to Peter Sand, Chief Analyst at Xeneta, about the importance of the deal and what happens next.Speaking with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, the conversation covers: The run up to the tentative agreement and why it is so important that it has been reached.The risk that the tentative deal may not be ratified and being prepared for that.The impact of the protracted negotiations on US West Coast gateway ports.Can West Coast ports win business back that has shifted to the US East Coast?Other supply chain issues on the radar in the coming months shippers should plan for.Listen to the episode now to find out moreIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
6/15/202321 minutes, 32 seconds
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Geopolitics and trade with Punit Oza from Maritime NXT

The impact of geopolitics and trade on shipping is in sharp focus with war in Ukraine, sanctions, and global political and trade tensions.In a new monthly series the Seatrade Maritime Podcast will be examining these issues in depth with well renown maritime leader Punit Oza as a guest presenter.Punit, recently struck out on his own with Maritime NXT, and has a career that has spanned dry bulk shipping, chartering, law, and technology, as well as passion for the intersection between the maritime industries and global trade, something he is passing to the younger generation through a teaching and mentoring.Ahead of the new series Punit sat down with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand to discuss about why he sees geopolitics and trade as so important to shipping and take a look forward to the conversations ahead.Listen to the conversation with Punit and Marcus to learn more aboutHow the tradeflow implications of geopolitical events are rarely highlightedWhether traditional shipping analysis is too narrow, focused on heavily on demand and supplyBroadening the mindset and the six areas of geopolitics and global trade Punit focuses on in relation to maritimeThe importance of asking the right questions and a preview of some of the guests Punit will be talking to, many of whom he has worked closely with down the years.&nbsp;Listen to the episode nowIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
6/8/202321 minutes, 46 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - Top stories in May 2023

The dark fleet and safety dangers, secondhand ship prices, mega-port developments, regulatory pressures, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.In this episode Marcus and Gary discussThe worrying state of the Venezuelan tanker fleetSeafarer welfare and shore leave restrictionsSecondhand ship pricesThe dark fleetRegulatory pressureWomen in maritimeMSC hitting 5m teu slot capacityPort Klang’s mega expansion plansPrice challenge for alternative fuelsOSM Thome merger completionLinks to stories featured in this episode:PDVSA tanker fleet flirting with disasterSeafarer Happiness Index dipsSecondhand to newbuild price ratios signal shipowners’ sentimentThe dark fleet - creeping anarchy in the world’s oceansSeatrade Maritime &amp; Logistics Middle EastMSC containership fleet to hit 5m teu capacity this monthMalaysia moving ahead with ‘game changer’ Carey Island mega-port&nbsp;Price the biggest challenge in adoption of alternative fuels: EaglestarOSM Thome merger approved - CEO Norbye focuses on building a single organisationBarber Ship Management building a presence in the tanker sectorIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on...
5/31/202313 minutes, 2 seconds
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Transshipment and crane technology with Tim Ladendorf, Global Application Manager, Ship Cranes, Port and Transshipment Solutions, Liebherr

This In Focus episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcasts looks into current trends in the transshipment market and where the market may be heading in the future. Equipment manufacturers need to anticipate their customers' demands and so Tim Ladendorf, Global Application Manager, Ship Cranes, Port and Transshipment Solutions, Liebherr has plenty of insights into the transshipment market and how its requirements shape Liebherr's technology.Gary and Tim cover recent developments across the transshipment of coal, grains and other commodities, the current state of the market, and the factors affecting the future direction of transshipment equipment.Tim also outlines the development process of Liebherr's new CBG 500 E model and the features and capabilities incorporated to serve the growing transshipment market.
5/24/202322 minutes, 53 seconds
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Empowering young women in maritime with Gina Panayiotou, West of England P&I Club

In this latest Maritime Masterclass episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we feature Gina Panayiotou ESG Manager from the West of England P&amp;I Club.Seatrade Maritime’s Emma Howell talks to Gina about her role at the Club, her passion for the industry, and mentoring young women entering the maritime sector.&nbsp;The conversation covers:The importance of ESGBalancing full time work with voluntary commitmentsAdvice for young women joining the maritime sectorThe importance of mentoringWomen in leadership and the gender pay gapListen to the episode now to find out moreIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.
5/11/202318 minutes, 57 seconds
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Singapore Maritime Week in Minutes

Need for ambition on IMO emission targets, Starlink shaking up maritime communications, the slow pace of digitalisation, new nuclear power, and more from the Singapore Maritime Week in Minutes podcast.In this bonus episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News Editor, takes listeners through five days of Singapore Maritime Week.Get the journalist’s perspective as Marcus talks about key points from top level speeches, conference panels, one-on-one interviews, and makes observations around the week while covering events for Seatrade Maritime News.Listen now to learn all about what happened at Singapore Maritime Week 2023 in just 13 minutes.Links to stories featured in this episodePush for IMO to set ‘ambitious’ climate goals for shippingFaster pace of maritime digitalisation needed to meet decarbonisation challengeSingapore Maritime Week – no jacket requiredDisparity in progress delaying digital adoption in maritimeInmarsat - meeting demand growth, seamless connectivity, and competitionCore Power hits $100m funding milestone for experimental reactorERMA First diversifying into shore power and carbon capture87% of seafarers say training needed for handling new fuelsIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: <a href="https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
5/4/202312 minutes, 48 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - April 2023

MSC, size and container shipping, the collapse of Ince, Ocean Network Express’ cloudy crystal ball, piracy, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in MinutesSeatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.In this episode Marcus and Gary discuss Containership size and orderbookMSC’s ever growing fleetCarbon capture and storageInce going into administrationThe hijacking of the Succces 9Elon Musk, Starlink and maritimeONE’s lack of earnings forecastGreen corridorsThe birth of SeatriumListen now to catch up on all the top stories in AprilLinks to stories featured in this episode$34.7bn container line profits mark second straight quarterly declineMSC’s secondhand boxship buying spree passes 300 markLloyd’s Register awarded GCMD liquefied CO₂ offloading studyMaritime lawyers Ince fall into administrationMissing Singapore tanker and crew found safe off West AfricaUsers give rave reviews of Starlink’s maritime service2023 too difficult to forecast says ONESingapore expands green corridors with LA/Long Beach agreementSeatrium is born from Keppel O&amp;M and Sembcorp MarineIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Connect with Gary Howard,...
5/2/202316 minutes, 27 seconds
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The power grid, port development and decarbonisation with Paul Jewell, National Grid

In this In Conversation episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, Europe Editor Gary Howard speaks with Paul Jewell, System Development Manager at National Grid about the challenges facing UK energy distribution as decarbonisation looks to change energy demands across the country.Jewell talks about the familiar challenge of building assets with a long life span during a period of uncertain outlook, and the steps National Grid are taking to ensure its infrastructure is ready to cope with the increase energy demand of the future, as well as changes in energy production.The conversation covers the likelihood of green fuel production in ports and its effect on energy demand, demand from ancialliary sources like reefers and port equipment, and the scale of demand from cold ironing commercial ships and cruise ships calls.Jewell also discusses the lessons the grid has learned from rolling out car chargers across motorway infrastructure, and how those lessons can be applied to the needs of ports and the wider maritime industry.In the episode, paul mentions the National Grid Decarbonisation Tool for Ports and the relevant experience gathered from the Take Charge project.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
4/13/202321 minutes, 31 seconds
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In Focus: Regulatory update on Greenhouse gas emissions

In this latest In Focus episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast listeners are brought up-to-date with what is happening with regard to greenhouse gas emissions As the drive to slash greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions becomes more urgent, Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett provides an update on the most important developments in today’s rapidly changing landscape.Paul focuses on moves to tackle GHG emissions both on a global scale at the IMO, and in the first and most dramatic regional initiative in the European Union’s (EU) FuelEU Regulation as both have significant implications for shipowners and operators.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow Seatrade Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.
4/12/202312 minutes, 37 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - March 2023

Telling it like it is on shipping decarbonisation, ZIM gets feisty with shippers, full shipyards, merger sagas, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.In this episode Marcus and Gary discuss –The Frontline and Euronav sagaSembcorp Marine and Keppel Offshore &amp; Marine mergerStarlink rollout and communications impactWho will finance shipping’s decabonisation?The UK’s maritime strategy 2050ZIM gets feisty with shippersDNV tells it like it is on decarbonisationFull shipyardsGreen owners to put pressure on regulatorsEurope pulls back from Filipino seafarer ban threatListen now to catch up on all the top stories in MarchLinks to stories featured in this episodeEuronav avoids CMB board takeoverSembcorp Marine and Keppel Offshore &amp; Marine complete mergerAnglo-Eastern expects massive Starlink roll-outWho will finance shipping’s multi-trillion-dollar decarbonisation bill?UK maritime sector needs training, technology and new fuels, says Transport CommitteeZIM sets floor for Transpacific contract container ratesNew fuels will be late and in short supply - DNVCSSC’s Shanghai shipyards full up until 2027Commodore debate 2023: Next generation vessels will start ‘a good fight’Relief for shipping as Europe continues to recognise Filipino seafarer certsAll coverage of CMA Shipping 2023If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our...
4/3/202320 minutes, 33 seconds
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Empowering youth in maritime with Danial Kaabi, CEO of Sea Horizon Offshore

In the latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Masterclass series we talk to Danial Kaabi, CEO of Sea Horizon Offshore Marine Services.In conversation with Seatrade Maritime’s Emma Howell, Daniel, who is also the latest Ambassador to the Seatrade Maritime Club, discusses his own career in the marine industries and advice for young people coming into the sector.Discussions with Danial include:From wanting to be a sports agent to a career in marineThe importance of business studiesMaking international clients feel at home in the Middle East and the importance of family and cultureA passion for youth empowerment and Youngship UAEMentoring in the maritime industriesGender equality in marineListen to the full conversation nowIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.
3/22/202318 minutes, 48 seconds
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Bunkering and future fuels with Sandi Ennor, CEO, Transparensea Fuels

The bunkering industry is on the precipice of massive change as the broader maritime industry undergoes decarbonisation. How ready is the bunkering sector for this change, and what do owners and operators need to be on the lookout for when it comes to procuring alternative fuels?Speaking with Seatrade Maritime News Europe Editor Gary Howard, Sandi Ennor, CEO, Transparensea Fuels discusses the progress the bunkering sector needs to make to enable better decisions by customers today, and to enable future availability of alternative fuels.As President of the Connecticut Maritime Association, Sandi takes a look ahead at CMA Shipping 2023 and picks a few of her highlights from the event and conference programme.
3/14/202318 minutes, 32 seconds
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Women in technology and shipping with METIS President and CEO Eleni Polychronopoulou

The engineering, maritime and technology sectors each have their own poor reputation on gender diversity, and this week's guest Eleni Polychronopoulou, President and CEO of METIS, has roles across all three sectors.Speaking with Seatrade Maritime News Europe Editor Gary Howard, Eleni discusses the cultural change in the maritime industry that is bringing forward more female leaders, the steps employers can take to make a career in maritime more inviting to women. Eleni also talks about the product offering at METIS and gives a brief preview of her presentation on weather routing which she will give at CMA Shipping 2023 in March.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
3/7/202318 minutes, 51 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - February 2023

The latest episode of Maritime in Minutes features nuclear powered shipping, Maersk’s integrator ambitions, seafarer abandonment, emissions and environmental regulations, and much more.Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month a short, but busy, February.In this episode Marcus and Gary discuss –·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The economics of nuclear-powered retrofits·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The record LNG carrier orderbook·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Seafarer abandonment·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Addressing sexual assault in shipping·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Maersk’s integrator journey·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;ICS’ latest CO2 levy fund proposal·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Is the IMO’s CII regulation really that bad?·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Reducing problem fixing for freight forwarders·&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;2023 P&amp;I renewals going down to the wireYou can hear about all these stories and much more by listening now to the latest episode of Maritime in MinutesLinks to stories featured in this episodeNuclear retrofits technically feasible, economically impracticalRecord orderbook set to drive unprecedented LNG fleet growthhttps://www.seatrade-maritime.com/management-crewing/2022-was-worst-year-seafarer-abandonmentSexual assault is ‘the elephant in the room’ for shippingHow far is Maersk on its journey to become an integrator?Maersk books $30.9bn profit for 2022, expects at least 84% drop this yearICS renews call for ‘Fund and Reward’ CO2 levyContainer price war underway, contract rates plummetingCII is unfair to all ships: Union of Greek ShipownersFreight forwarders spend 80% of their time fixing problemsLast-minute dash for P&amp;I renewals as 20 Feb noon deadline strikesCrewing key to sustainable growth in ship managementIf you enjoyed...
2/28/202319 minutes, 11 seconds
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Operational efficiencies with Container xChange CEO Christian Roeloffs

The container revolutionised logistics, enabled global standardisation and improved efficiency. Christian Roeloffs, co-founder and CEO, Container xChange spoke to Seatrade Maritime about the inefficiencies that still surround container shipping around the box itself.In conversation with Seatrade Maritime News Europe Editor Gary Howard, Christian explains the processes involved in moving containers around the world, the old technologies they rely on, and the improvements available.Gary and Christian’s conversation covers: The processes involved in container operationsShipper-Owned Containers (SOCs) and Carrier-Owned Containers (COCs)The time cost of error handlingThe improvements on offer using existing technologiesData sharing in the container sectorA customer case study Listen to the full conversation with Container xChange co-Founder and CEO, Christian Roeloffs to hear the full detail. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit&nbsp;www.searade-maritime.com&nbsp;or&nbsp;subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Connect on LinkedIn:&nbsp;https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know of any topics you want us to cover in future on&nbsp;Twitter,&nbsp;Facebook&nbsp;or&nbsp;LinkedIn
2/22/202317 minutes, 15 seconds
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In Conversation with TradeFlow CEO Tom James about commodity markets

Last year saw unprecedented volatility in commodity markets and TradeFlow Capital Management CEO &amp; CIO Tom James sat down with the Seatrade Maritime Podcast to discuss the outlook for 2023.In a conversation with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand, Tom covers both wet and dry commodity markets drawing on the experiences of TradeFlow in financing SME commodity trades and shipments.Tom and Marcus’ discussion includes:The impact of the war in Ukraine on grain marketsSanctions on Russia and shifting tradeflowsMiddle East oil productionControls on fertiliser exportsChina re-opening post CovidShifts in productionThe impact on shippingListen to the full conversation with TradeFlow’s Tom James now to find out moreIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
2/9/202320 minutes, 51 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - January 2023

The latest episode of Maritime in Maritimes features two marriages and two divorces, cyber-attacks, CII warnings, and much more.Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month and it’s fair to say 2023 has started with a bangIn this episode Marcus and Gary discuss –The Euronav – Frontline debacleThome and OSM’s merger plansMaersk and MSC calling time on the 2M allianceThe final pieces of the puzzle for the North Standard mergerMega-bonusesCII and the risk to vessel supplyCommitment to training cadetsA cyberattack on DNVYou can hear about all these stories and much more by listening now to the latest episode of Maritime in MinutesLinks to stories featured in this episodeEvergreen pays employee bonuses of up to four years salaryCII could pose serious risk to LNG ship supplyMore than 80% of box and bulk ships to fall in lowest CII ratings - GMSManager Su-Nav committed to having cadets on every shipThe generation game70 clients hit by DNV ransomware attackDNV ransomware attack ‘concerning’: Cyber Threat Analyst‘Scale is important’ - Thome and OSM to mergeOSM Thome interview – Growth, size, and crew pool2022 validated merger decision: North P&amp;I and Standard ClubMaersk and MSC to disband the 2M alliance in 2025Frontline abandons Euronav mergerEuronav fights war on two frontsIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or...
1/31/202316 minutes, 6 seconds
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In Conversation - Nick Clarke, CEO of Greywing

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we are in conversation with Nick Clarke, CEO and co-founder of Greywing, a start-up that has made considerable waves in the business of crew change.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand talks with Nick about the journey he and Greywing have taken from a pivot in business model at the start of the pandemic to building a post-Covid automated crew change solution.The conversation covers Nick’s background in maritime security and the original business model of Greywing and how the pivot was made to crew change at the start of the pandemic in 2020 as shipowners and managers found they were no longer able to transfer their seafarers as international borders shut down.The discussion covers how Greywing was able to make the move into crew change and getting its first clients on board.Marcus and Nick talk about the importance of start-ups in knowing the needs of the industry they are in and identifying problem companies need a solution to.The conversation moves onto discuss the importance of employing the right people for the job and paying for their skillsets, and then onto where the future lies for Greywing.Listen to the full conversation to learn about a successful start-up journey.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
1/18/202332 minutes, 41 seconds
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Bonus Episode: Shipbuilding market outlook for 2023

The newbuilding orderbook peaked in mid-2022 and orders for shipbuilders are in decline. Is this drop in contracting set to continue in 2023 and how easy is it to find dock space if you do want to order a vessel?For listeners interested in specific industry sectors only we have taken the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Shipping markets outlook 2023 episode and split into four mini-episodes focusing on a specific sector.In the fourth, and final, part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the shipbuilding sector with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) Managing Director Adam Kent. Speaking to the Seatrade Maritime Podcast who says, “We saw the orderbook peak based on our analysis in about June 2022.”The episode coversThe current orderbookYard utilisationOrder outlook for 2023The impact of IMI in Saudi ArabiaListen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
1/9/20239 minutes, 53 seconds
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Bonus Episode: Tanker market outlook for 2023

The tanker market enjoyed a dramatic turnaround in fortunes in 2022 as the Russian invasion of Ukraine and resulting sanctions saw spot rates ramp up and a redrawing of trade flows, but will the good times continue in 2023?For listeners interested in specific industry sectors only we have taken the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Shipping markets outlook 2023 episode and split into four mini-episodes focusing on a specific sector.In the third part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the tanker sector with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) analyst Tim Smith. Speaking to the Seatrade Maritime Podcast he describes a “rags to riches” story for tanker owners depressed demand during the pandemic gave way to a wave of market disruption from the Russian conflict in Ukraine.The episode covers:Impact of war in UkraineTrade changesTonne mile growthDemand in 2023Listen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
1/8/20239 minutes, 22 seconds
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Bonus episode: Dry bulk shipping market outlook for 2023

The dry bulk shipping market endured a tough second half of 2022 and the outlook for the coming year does not look promising with a combination of depressed demand and fleet growth.For listeners interested in specific industry sectors only we have taken the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Shipping markets outlook 2023 episode and split into four mini-episodes focusing on a specific sectorIn the second part of our shipping market outlook series we are focusing on the dry bulk sector with Plamen Natkoff, Associate Director for Dry Bulk Commodities and Freight with Maritime Strategies International (MSI). He tells the Seatrade Maritime Podcast that the dry bulk market had to contend with negative cargo volume growth in 2022 and this impacted freight especially in the second half of the year.The episode covers:Trade growth prospectsPort congestionFleet utliisation and growthFreight rate forecastListen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
1/5/20239 minutes, 1 second
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Bonus episode: Container shipping market outlook for 2023

The container shipping sector enjoyed an unprecedented boom during the pandemic but the coming year sees a combination of sluggish demand and sharply rising fleet growth.For listeners interested in specific industry sectors only we have taken the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Shipping markets outlook 2023 episode and split into four mini-episodes focusing on a specific sector. In the first part of the series we are focusing on the container sector with Maritime Strategies International (MSI) analyst Daniel Richards. He tells the Seatrade Maritime Podcast that there were three different elements that were important looking forward into 2023 for the sector: expected trade growth, pace and size of fleet growth, and issues around congestion and capacity.The episode covers:Trade growth outlookFleet growth forecastCongestion and capacityContainer freight ratesImpact on container line earningsListen now!If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
1/4/202310 minutes, 50 seconds
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In Conversation - Shipping markets outlook 2023

Where will shipping markets be headed in the coming year? This the question we seek to answer in the first episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast for 2023.In this episode listeners will hear from a panel of analysts from Maritime Strategies International (MSI) discussing the macro-economic outlook for shipping, the container sector, dry bulk, tankers, and shipbuilding in 2023.Joining Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand in conversation about shipping markets are Adam Kent, Daniel Richards, Plamen Natzkoff, and Tim Smith from MSI.Hear from the experts on their opinions about where different sectors are headed:-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;How steep will the slide in container shipping be in 2023?-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Could dry bulk shipping see a turnaround in the coming year?-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Will it be another stellar year for tankers?-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The availability of newbuilding slots at shipyards versus demand?Listen now and get ahead on the outlook for shipping in 2023 in just 45 minutes.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
1/3/202344 minutes, 53 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - 2022 in Review

We take a look back at some of the biggest shipping news stories featured on the Maritime in Minutes series and Seatrade Maritime News in 2022.Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, takes the listener through the highlights from the last year and events that have impacted the maritime industries over the last 12 months.In a year that has seen shipping markets up ended by the war in Ukraine, the end of the pandemic and normalising of supply chains, a strong push on decarbonisation, and much more listen to the episode now to find out what rocked the boat in 2022.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
12/19/202217 minutes, 11 seconds
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In Focus - Autonomous shipping regulation with One Sea

In this latest episode In Focus of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, we speak with One Sea Secretary General Sinikka Hartonen about regulation in autonomous shipping.Hartonen, a seafarer with experience in a range of shore-based roles across the industry, speaks about One Sea’s role in developing regulation for future technologies that may redefine shipping.The current state of regulation for autonomous shipping is discussed along with its path forward, with a focus on safety. Hartonen also speaks about the changes to One Sea itself since it was founded as a promotional body in 2016, and how the association will provide value now that the idea of autonomous shipping is well understood.
12/14/202219 minutes, 15 seconds
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In Conversation with Mikkel Skou from Veracity by DNV

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, we are in conversation with Mikkel Skou, Managing Director of Veracity by DNV.Mikkel talks with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, about progress made by DNV's industry cloud platform Veracity, which was launched five years ago.The conversation covers the role Veracity plays in helping shipping reduce emissions, its digital marketplace, and the broader digitisation of DNV's classification services.Mikkel and Marcus also discuss the challenges that Veracity has faced in the journey of digitalisation of the industry, and issues including data quality and sharing.The discussion shifts to the future and where Mikkel sees further development for Veracity in working with the industry in the coming years.Listen to the full conversation now If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
12/8/202221 minutes, 57 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - November 2022

In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.In this November 2022 episode Marcus and Gary discuss -The peak of the container shipping marketAbu Dhabi Ports expansion into feeder shippingCongested container depotsThe sanctions busting dark fleetThe Svitzer Australia lockoutThreat of a US rail strikeSoaring LNG shipping marketAnd the shortage of seafarersLinks to stories featured in this episodeMaersk calls market peak, reports more record resultsAD Ports becomes major force in global feeder shippingPay deal ends Port of Liverpool strikesSlack container market to test depot capacityIncreasing risk of tanker accidents from growing ‘dark fleet’FWC halts planned Svitzer Australia lockoutPossible US rail strike looms again as talks continueGrappling with the shortage of seafarersThe first thing new crew ask: ‘What is the wifi passwordIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward...
12/1/202216 minutes, 22 seconds
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In Focus - Ship recycling regulatory update on latest developments

In this latest In Focus episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast listeners are brought up-to-date with what is happening with regard ship recycling regulationWith the new environmental regulations by the IMO on carbon intensity expected to drive ship scrapping Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett provides an update on the regulatory compliance.He guides the listener through different sets of regulations from the IMO, European Union, and the OECD.Based on where an owner is located different regulations apply and in some cases the options for compliant ship recycling can very limited. This particular the case for the EU and Paul examines the current and potential future options.Listen to the episode now to ensure your business is on the right side of regulations and environmental concerns when it comes to ship recycling.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
11/23/20229 minutes, 50 seconds
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In Focus - Bunker Optimisation with StormGeo

In this latest episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast, we discuss the commercial and operational benefits of bunker planning tools with Christian Plum, Head of Bunker Product at StormGeo.Bunkering has become a more complicated area of the industry over the past decade with the introduction of new fuels and fuel grades, a trend set to continue as the industry looks ahead at a multi-fuel future to meet zero carbon targets.Christian explains the myriad factors affecting bunker procurement decisions as well as the regulatory compliance burden involved in bunkering. As complexity continues to increase, Christian explains how planning tools can help enable better decision in bunkering, bringing cost and emissions advantages.We also take a quick look at what the future may hold for StormGeo’s bunker offerings as the dust settles on StormGeo’s acquisition of BunkerMetric and Alfa Laval’s acquisition of StormGeo.
11/16/202226 minutes, 6 seconds
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In Focus: EEXI and CII compliance

In this latest In Focus episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we take a look at the key points and challenges of the IMO’s EEXI and CII that came into force as part of MARPOL Annex VI on 1 November.In just 15 minutes Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett guides the listener through how the regulations will be applied.His discussions include potential pitfalls some ship types may face in complying with in particular CII, and questions as to whether the new regulations go far enough.Paul also looks into key issues around charter parties with warnings from lawyers that regulatory compliance could be a minefield when it comes to contracts.Make sure you are well informed on the impact of EEXI and CII by listening to the episode now.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
11/9/202213 minutes, 23 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - October 2022

Which companies ordered methanol-fuelled ships last month? What happened in port strikes in the UK and Liverpool? How much are LNG carriers earning per day? All these stories and many more are covered in the October episode of Maritime in Minutes.In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.In this episode Marcus and Gary discuss -The latest methanol-fuelled containership orders.What is driving high sulphur fuel oil sales and scrubber installations.Port strikes in Liverpool and South Africa.The European Union’s FuelEU regulation.When container freight rates are expected to bottom out.Russia pulling out of the black sea grain initiativeAnd soaring tanker and LNG carrier markets.Links to stories featured in this episodeMaersk orders six more 17,000 teu methanol boxshipsABS to class more Maersk methanol-fuelled shipsMaersk order boosts MAN methanol engines countCosco Shipping splashes out $2.88bn on 12 methanol-fuelled boxshipsHigh price spread driving HFO sales, scrubber installationsLiverpool port pay talks ‘end in chaos’Latest Port of Liverpool strike sparks war of wordsContainer shipping to hit bottom in mid-2023 forecasts HSBCMSC chief Toft warns of ‘some difficult quarters ahead’EU Parliaments boosts FuelEU Maritime emissions reductionsTransnet agrees pay deal with majority union in South Africa port strikeRussia suspends Black Sea Grain Initiative participationTanker market soars, Russian sanctions&nbsp;bolster optimism<a href="https://www.seatrade-maritime.com/tankers/lng-carrier-rates-smash-all-records-ahead-europes-winter" rel="noopener noreferrer"...
11/2/202215 minutes, 31 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Cameron Mitchell from Isle of Man Ship Registry

In this latest episode of the Maritime Podcast we hear from Cameron Mitchell about his experience within a government structure and his advice to newcomers on the importance of learning &amp; development for successful career progression.In a conversation with Emma Howell, Director of Digital Media for Seatrade Maritime, Cameron takes the listener on a voyage from his youth growing up in the West Coast of Scotland and studying Marine Engineering in Glasgow through his career with the Isle of Man Ship Registry.He talks about his time working as surveyor for the Isle of Man Ship Registry and qualifying to conduct various types of audits and moving onto various other roles within the island’s government under which the Registry sits.&nbsp;Cameron has since returned to the Registry in a leadership position and discusses the training and skills required for such a role. He also explains about the structure and workings of the Registry.The conversation moves on to touch on other roles Cameron has in the maritime industry in mapping global pollution and international superyachts.Listen to the Maritime Masterclass with Cameron to hear moreConnect with Cameron on LinkedInFind our more about Isle of Man Ship Registry Follow them on social @IoMShipRegistry If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.
10/20/202229 minutes, 33 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Chris Aversano from Q88

In the latest episode of the Maritime Podcast, hear from Chris Aversano on his &nbsp;25 plus years of experience in the maritime industry both at sea and ashore. &nbsp;Chris is Product Manager with Q88 and Past President of the Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) and this conversation with Emma Howell, Director of Digital Media for Seatrade Maritime, takes the listener through his career in the maritime industries.Chris starts out with how he got into the shipping industry and his time at sea including his time sailing on the last vessel of what was then Mobil Oil, today part of ExxonMobil.He talks about his life working aboard ship and the transition to coming ashore. The conversation moves onto the importance of work life balanceChris also comments on his role as a Seatrade Maritime Club Ambassador and the importance of industry associations and his time as President of CMA.Connect with Chris on LinkedInShipping Industry Software &amp; AIS Marine traffic Software | Q88If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.
10/12/202224 minutes, 14 seconds
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In Conversation with Adam Kent, MSI about shipping markets

In this episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we are in conversation with Adam Kent, Managing Director of Maritime Strategies International (MSI) about the outlook for shipping markets.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand caught up with Adam last week at the Marine Money Asia conference for a quick fire look at the tanker, container, and dry bulk shipping markets, and where they are headed.In just over 20 minutes the listener will hear about the tanker marketWhether the current high tanker market is underpinned by fundamentals?The impact of sanctions on Russia on tankers.Is the market sustainable going forward?The state of the container shipping sectorWhat lies behind the sharp drop in spot container rates?Is container shipping experiencing the end of its own supercycle?How hard will the landing be for the sectorThe outlook for dry bulk shippingWhy did dry bulk fail to pick up in the second half of 2022?The impact of port congestion.The outlook for dry bulk shipping in the coming 12 months.Listen to the full conversation now to find out about all of these and moreIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
10/5/202222 minutes, 29 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - September 2022

In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.In this episode Marcus and Gary explore the varying fortunes of different shipping sectors.How hard will the landing be for container shipping as the party ends? Finally, some good news in offshore marine. And tankers set for a bull run.Listeners can also find out whether Gary really did drown in decarbonisation at SMM 2022.&nbsp;We examine the rationale behind the Suez Canal toll increases.And focus on safety in early-stage ammonia and hydrogen projects at sea.You can hear about all these stories and much more by listening now to the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.In this episode Marcus and Gary explore the varying fortunes of different shipping sectors.How hard will the landing be for container shipping as the party ends? Finally, some good news in offshore marine. And tankers set for a bull run.Listeners can also find out whether Gary really did drown in decarbonisation at SMM 2022.We examine the rationale behind the Suez Canal toll increases.And focus on safety in early-stage ammonia and hydrogen projects at sea.You can hear about all these stories and much more by listening now to the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes&nbsp;in the player above or on&nbsp;the app of your choice.Links to stories featured in this episode:Upgrading existing ships a vital tool in decarbonisation journeyContainer shipping profits will drop by 80% in 2023/24: HSBC reportDrowning in decarbonisationOffshore buoyant on a rising tideShip finance returns to growth for first time in 11 yearsLarger vessels linked to higher waiting times at Hamburg portLines seize Golden Week opportunity for blank sailingsSuez Canal to hike transit tolls in 2023Tankers ‘set up for a very good bull run’Safety paramount in early-stage ammonia and hydrogen projectsIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make...
10/3/202214 minutes, 55 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Fazel Fazelbhoy, CEO of Synergy Offshore

In the latest episode of the Maritime Podcast hear from veteran maritime professional, Fazel Fazelbhoy on his wealth of experience in the Middle East and his advice to aspiring entrepreneurs entering the marine and offshore marine world. The conversation with Emma Howell, Director of Digital Media for Seatrade Maritime, takes the listener on a journey through Fazel’s career.A well-known figure in the Middle East offshore and marine business Fazel’s career spans much more than just maritime.He tells the listener about the qualities needed for leadership at a top corporate level.The discussion covers successful team management and ensuring everyone is pulling the same direction.You will also hear about Fazel’s experiences in the maritime and offshore and industries in the UAE, the region and beyond.Listen to the episode nowConnect with Fazel on LinkedInSynergy Offshore (SynOff) http://www.synoff.comf you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Seatrade Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
9/28/202221 minutes, 42 seconds
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In Focus - Methanol as a green fuel for shipping

A growing number of shipping companies are making serious investments in methanol as an alternative fuel. In this latest In Focus episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast we talk to Chris Chatterton, Chief Operating Officer of the Methanol Institute, about why methanol is suitable as a green fuel for shipping and the challenges faced in its adoption.&nbsp;In a conversation with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand the episode covers the experience of the first methanol fuelled vessels on the water.The listener will learn from Chris what is driving the current growth in interest in methanol from major shipowners.The discussion covers the suitability of methanol as fuel for both newbuildings and conversions of existing vessels to dual-fuel.Marcus quizzes Chris on safety and crew training requirements for using methanol as fuel.The episode also addresses the all-important issue it comes to the decarbonisation of the availability of blue and green methanol as a fuel for ships.To find out what you need to know about methanol as green fuel for ships listen to the episode nowIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
9/22/202225 minutes, 28 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Caroline Yang, Hong Lam Marine

In this latest Maritime Masterclass episode of the Seatrade Maritime Podcast Caroline Yang, Chief Executive of Hong Lam Marine and President of the Singapore Shipping Association talks about her career in the industry and advice for aspiring young graduates.In a conversation with Emma Howell, Director of Digital Media for Seatrade Maritime, Caroline starts out by talking about how she came to study law, being called to the bar in Singapore, and becoming inhouse Legal Counsel for Hong Lam Marine.The conversation continues with Caroline offering her advice to young graduates starting out based and breaking through the glass ceiling on her own experiences.The podcast covers her appointment as the first woman President of the Singapore Shipping Association and flying the flag for the industry.Emma also explains about Caroline’s role as an Ambassador for the Seatrade Maritime Club.Listen to the episode now to learn more about Caroline Yang's fascinating career in maritime.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Seatrade Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
9/15/202217 minutes, 42 seconds
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In Focus - Decarbonisation and marine lubricants with Chevron

In this In Focus episode of Seatrade Maritime Podcast, Ayten Yavuz, Regional Manager Marine Lubricants North West Europe and Americas at Chevron look at how maritime decarbonisation affects marine lubricants.The maritime industry has seen the importance of using the right lubricating oils as fuels change, with a few notable maintenance issues around the change to lower sulphur fuels. Ayten Yavuz goes over some of the development challenges Chevron faced with its latest marine lubricants, and how that product and process fits into the oil major’s overall decarbonisation plan.In this episode, we cover:Chevron’s decarbonisation strategyFuture fuels and the readiness of marine lubricants for those fuelsManaging the energy transitionThe development Chevron’s 40 BN Taro UltraChevron’s upcoming product launchesIf you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
9/6/202216 minutes, 43 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - August 2022

In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand discusses the stories that stood out during the last month.Marcus takes the listener on a week-by-week journey of significant stories and events from the past month across the shipping and ports sectors on Seatrade Maritime News.In this episode find out about: The restarting of grain exports from UkraineHow much Maersk increased its annual profit forecast byThe Cyprus government's strategy for shippingSeafarers left stranded in harm's way at the Port of DakarWhy Concordia has dropped plans to convert a product tanker into a boxshipThe value of trade disrupted by the Felixstowe dockworkers strikeSingapore's new automated Tuas PortWhy new environmental regulations could increase emissionsA record no one wanted to see brokenLinks to stories featured in this podcastBulker sails from Ukraine with 26,000 tonnes of cornMaersk ups full year profit forecast to $37bnPodcast: In Conversation with Cyprus Deputy Minister of ShippingCrew ‘sitting ducks’ on unlit vessel off DakarConcordia puts product tanker to boxship conversion plan on holdFelixstowe port worker strike could disrupt $800m in goodsSingapore puts automated port development front and centreDemo expert warns replacing older tonnage could raise carbon emissionsShipping headed towards record number of seafarer abandonments in 2022If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/marcushand1 Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcus-hand-b00a317/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
9/1/202212 minutes, 28 seconds
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In Focus - Advancing the decarbonisation dialogue at SMM 2022

This episode of The Maritime Podcast looks at the agenda of the upcoming SMM 2022 conference gmec, the Global Maritime Environmental Congress. Host Gary Howard chats with one of the speakers and picks themes and topics from across the day’s panel discussions.Gmec takes place on Wednesday September 7, 2022. Check the SMM website for full details of the programme and to book your ticket.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
9/1/202211 minutes, 22 seconds
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In Focus - Shell and maritime decarbonisation

The latest In Focus episode of The Maritime Podcast features Melissa Williams, Shell Vice President Marine, Sectors and Decarbonisation.Melissa talks with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, about the fuels shipping will need for a zero carbon future.&nbsp;They discuss how Shell is developing and providing solutions for its maritime customers to make the transition to low and zero carbon operations.Melissa explains why Shell sees low carbon options such as LNG and biofuels as a necessity for shipping in the nearer term as zero carbon fuels are not yet available.The conversation also touches on the impact of regulation from the likes of the European Union.If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to ensure you don't miss our latest uploads. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For the latest news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you visit www.searade-maritime.com or subscribe to our newsletter.Connect with Gary Howard, Europe Editor of Seatrade Maritime News:Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/GaryLeeHoward Connect with him on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garyleehoward/Don't forget to join the conversation and let us know what topics you want us to cover in future on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn
8/25/202226 minutes, 55 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass with Darren Shelton, FuelTrust

In this latest Maritime Masterclass episode of The Maritime Podcast Darren Shelton Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder of FuelTrust takes us through his 26-year long career in the maritime industries.Talking to Emma Howell, Director of Digital Content for Seatrade Maritime, Darren takes the listener on journey growing up in East Texas, far from the sea, through his first agency job in Houston to the launch of FuelTrust and his role today.Darren shares his experiences of working through different management roles in Moran Shipping Agencies – a business he stayed with for 21 years.He gives his recommendations for new people looking to join the maritime industries.Darren delves into how the industry has changed from Telexes and radio officers to digitalisation today, and with that the transparency that is provided by companies such as FuelTrust.Listen to the episode now If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
8/18/202221 minutes, 6 seconds
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In Conversation with Cyprus Deputy Minister of Shipping

In this latest episode of The Maritime Podcast, we are in conversation with Vassilios Demetriades the Shipping Deputy Minister of the Republic of Cyprus.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand caught up with the Minister during Posidonia 2022 for a conversation about Cyprus’ role in international shipping.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;The conversation covers:The government’s strategic vision for Cyprus Shipping – Sea Change 2030.How Cyprus handled the pandemic in relation crew change and seafarer vaccination.Measures be taken to help seafarers during the Ukraine conflict.The growth of services around the country’s strong base of ship managers and owners.The digitalisation of the maritime sector in Cyprus.&nbsp;Cyprus’ role in international shipping in the EU and at IMOFor all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and advertising opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
8/10/202216 minutes, 21 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - July 2022

In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.In this episode find out about: What is the greatest cause of loss of life in the dry bulk shipping industry.How shipping markets performed in the first six months of 2022.Learn about the hunt for cheap methanol.Get the low down on HMM’s expansion plans.Falling prices of containers due to an oversupply.Why there won’t be a peak season for container shipping.How US port congestion has switched from the West Coast to the East Coast.The threat of a strike at the Port of Felixstowe.New demurrage and detention rules in the US.The end of paper charts for navigation.Links to stories discussed in this episodeClarkson – ‘exceptional half year’Cargo liquefaction top cause of loss of life in dry bulk shippingEuropean and Japanese researchers hunt for cheaper green methanolHMM to invest $7.64 billion in ships, terminals and logistics6m teu oversupply of containers after ‘panic’ orderingPeak season? What peak season?Congestion shifts to US East Coast portsStaff strike set to hit Felixstowe in AugustNew US Demurrage and Detention rules – what you need to knowUK Hydrographic Office bidding farewell to paper chartsListen to the episode now to find out more about these stories If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
8/2/202212 minutes, 30 seconds
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Dual-fuel vessel operation - safety and crew training

In this latest In Focus episode of The Maritime Podcast we look at what owners and managers need to know when it comes to operational safety and crew training when operating dual-fuel vessels.This episode features Eswynn de Souza, Fleet Director, Fleet Operations Petroleum at Eaglestar Shipmanagement (S) Pte. Ltd, Younes Alouani, Senior Gas Manager &amp; Advisor at Intertanko, and Mark Darley, Marine &amp; Offshore (M&amp;O) Chief Operating Officer, Lloyd's Register, in conversation with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News.In this episode you will hear about:-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The mindset change required by crew to handle LNG and other fuels-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The safety aspects of dealing with LNG-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Training crew for working with dual fuels and the human element-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Bunkering and containment systems-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Developing design and safety frameworks for different types of dual fuel&nbsp;Listen to the episode now find out more on this important issue.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
7/26/202210 minutes, 25 seconds
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In Focus – Fire safety on containerships and ro-ros

In this latest In Focus episode of The Maritime Podcast we examine a top issue in loss prevention in shipping – fires onboard containerships and ro-ro vessels.You will hear insights from Colin Gillespie, Director of Loss Prevention for North P&amp;I on the causes of fires and what can be done to try and prevent such casualties.Speaking to Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, the topics covered include-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The growing number of serious fires on containerships and ro-ros-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The impact of vessel size and design on fire risk-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Tackling the issue of mis-declared dangerous cargoes-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Electric vehicle battery fires-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Firefighting equipment and methods&nbsp;&nbsp;Listen to the episode now find out more on this important issue.f you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
7/21/202212 minutes, 41 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - June 2022

In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.Find out how and why is Maersk moving cargo in China’s cabotage market.Why is 10.5% of the containership fleet being tied up in delaysgood news for the box market sector?How were developments at MEPC 78 received?What went on at Posidonia 2022?How does engine load relate to methane slip on LNG carriers?What does the Ocean Shipping Reform Act 2022 mean for international shipping?What’s the latest on the EU ETS and its passage through the EU?Why is bad news for the world economy such good news for shipping?Why is Lamprell mulling a fire sale?What does the Shell and CMA CGM decarbonisation tie up have to do with road and aviation?Links to stories featured in this episodeMaersk marks opening of China cabotage market10.5% of containership fleet remains unavailable due to delays‘Furtheraction is needed’ as MEPC 78 gets underway and MEPC 78: ‘Wasted opportunity’ or ‘important progress’ on GHG emissions?Seatrade Maritime News’ full coverage from Posidonia 2022Low loads double methane slip on LNG carrier voyageUS President Biden lauds passage of Ocean Shipping Reform Act 2022European Parliament passes ETS shipping changesPositive shipping outlook, negative world outlookLamprellmulling fire sale in the face of liquidity crisisMaritimeto lead transport decarbonisation under Shell - CMA CGM dealIf you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free alsoto recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would...
6/30/202214 minutes, 15 seconds
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In Conversation with Harry Vafias, CEO of Stealthgas

During Posidonia 2022 The Maritime Podcast had the pleasure sitting down with prominent Greek shipowner Harry Vafias to talk about the country’s shipping industry and what lies ahead.Harry is perhaps best known as CEO of US-listed gas shipping company Stealthgas, but his shipping interests also include, recently US-listed Imperial Petroleum, tanker company Stealth Maritime, and dry bulk shipping company Brave Maritime.Speaking with Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, and Emma Howell, Director of Media for Seatrade Maritime, the conversation explores how the industry has changed in recent years and the impact of the need to decarbonise shipping operations.Harry explains the viewpoint of Greek owners on near term measures to reduce emissions and his own views on investing in vessels powered by alternative fuels.The episode then delves into the secrets behind the success of Greek shipowners as a dominant force in the global industry. Want to know more? Listen to the episode now.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
6/22/202213 minutes, 9 seconds
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In Conversation with Andre Simha, DCSA about Digitalisation

This latest episode of The Maritime Podcast takes listeners into the dynamic world of digitalization with Andre Simha, Global Chief Digital and Information Officer, MSC and Chairman, Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA). Working both for the world’s largest container line and heading the DCSA there can be few better placed to explain shipping’s digital journey.The discussion with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand looks at both the progress of digitalization in the container shipping space and what has held it back compared to many other industries.The conversation covers:The adoption of the e-bill of ladingThe need for standardization and why it’s important Regional versus global initiatives – can you join the dotsThe barriers to adoption particularly when compared to air freight.What Andre sees in the future.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
6/16/202224 minutes, 37 seconds
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In Focus – Emissions Regulation with ABS

In this In Focus episode of The Maritime Podcast, Stamatis Fradelos, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs at ABS updates us on the progress of emissions regulation at the IMO and European Union.With multiple deadlines looming and dozens of proposals on the table, keeping up with regional and international regulation is a full time job. Stamatis gives a concise overview of the upcoming regulatory developments both at the IMO and at the European Union, from the revision of the IMO’s initial greenhouse gas strategy to mid-term market based measures, carbon intensity guidelines, and even the potential sulphur emissions control area in the Mediterranean.A timely refresher of the regulatory landscape as many of our listeners prepare for Posidonia 2022 where environmental regulation will be a hot topic.In this episode, we cover:Revision of the IMO GHG Initial StrategyDevelopment of CII correction factorsMidterm market-based measuresDraft Lifecycle GHG/Carbon Intensity GuidelinesEU “Fit for 55” PackageRevision of EU ETS Directive: Inclusion of shipping in Emissions Trading Scheme&nbsp;New Fuel EU Maritime Regulation:&nbsp;New policy measures to drive shift to low carbon fuelsThe Mediterranean SOx Emissions Control AreaIf you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
6/3/202223 minutes, 56 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - May 2022

In the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.Get the highlights of the ongoing P&amp;O Ferries debacle – will they finally get all their fleet back in service?Find out what caused the bunker contamination that hit ships refueling in Singapore earlier this year.The latest on the impact of war in the Ukraine on shipping.Measures from terminal operator PSA to reduce emissions in the supply chain.Learn about the extension of the scope of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme.Just how much money did container lines make in Q1?All the numbers on the Greek-controlled shipping fleet.How seafarer demand is driving up wages and fake CVs.Links to stories featured in this episodeSeafarer shortage – rising wages and fake CVsGreek-controlled shipping tonnage hits all-time highEuropean Parliament brings EU ETS closer to shipping$60bn first quarter windfall for container sectorPSA and CMA CGM team up on digital just-in-time arrival toolBlack Sea agribulk exports fall 35% in April due to Ukraine war47 deficiencies, 13 grounds for detention in P&amp;O ferry inspectionSingapore traces bad bunkers to Khor Fakkan cargoIf you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
6/1/202210 minutes, 22 seconds
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In Focus: Acting Now on Decarbonising Shipping

In this latest In Focus episode of The Maritime Podcast we take a look at practical measures that can be taken to decarbonise shipping operations today.Decarbonising shipping needs to start happening now, however, zero carbon fuels are not available at scale. The move to lower carbon operations has been dominated by LNG dual fuel and in this podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand discusses making this switch with a panel of experts.The episode covers operational aspects, environmental concerns and providing a pathway to zero carbon fuels.Discussing the topic are:-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Eswynn de Souza, Fleet Director, Fleet Operations Petroleum at Eaglestar Shipmanagement (S) Pte. Ltd.-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Prashanth Dev, Former Head of Freight Trading, Shell Trading-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Mark Darley, Marine &amp; Offshore (M&amp;O) Chief Operating Officer, Lloyd's RegisterIf you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
5/26/202211 minutes, 24 seconds
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In Conversation with Elpi Petraki, Operations, Chartering & Business Development Manager ENEA Management Inc. and President, WISTA Hellas

This In Conversation episode of the Maritime Podcast marks the IMO’s first International Day for Women in Maritime on May 18, 2022. Elpi Petraki , Operations, Chartering &amp; Business Development Manager at ENEA Management and President, WISTA Hellas discusses the work underway and the work still left to do to improve diversity in our industry both ashore and at sea. We then lean on Elpi’s expertise and experience to explore the short sea shipping market in Europe, and the challenges facing operators there as regulatory burdens on the fragmented market increase.If you like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
5/16/202224 minutes, 24 seconds
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In Focus — Nederland Reefer and US admiralty

In the latest In Focus episode&nbsp; of The Maritime Podcast, Chalos and Co Attorney Briton Sparkman talks about the case of the Nederland Reefer and its impact on US law.Speaking to Seatrade Maritime News Europe Editor, Gary Howard, Sparkman discusses enforcement of MARPOL, the unreviewable discretion of US authorities and the debate over how salty or sandy a legal issue is.Briton focuses on the case of Nederland Reefer, which touches on us Admiralty jurisdiction, vessel detention and the value of surety bonds and agreements on security. If you do like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.To learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.
5/11/202236 minutes, 11 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - April 2022

Catch up on last month’s maritime news in just a few minutes with The Maritime Podcast.The latest episode of Maritime in Minutes takes the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of April.Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.The episode features – Frontline and Euronav merger; The reality of green fuels; Green corridor developments; Supply chain disruption to last into 2023; Wartsila Russian write-offs; Shanghai lockdown hits ports and logistics; P&amp;O Ferries debacle goes from bad to worse; and EU compliant ship recycling in the US.Links to stories featured in this episode:Frontline and Euronav plot merger in all stock dealFacing reality on availability of green fuels for shippingChile to create green corridors networkGlobal supply chain disruption to continue into 2023Wartsila take EUR200m hit, downscales Russia operationsShanghai lockdown: Disruption grows to logistics, shipyards and productionP&amp;O Ferries debacle goes from bad to worseFirst European owned vessel recycled at yard in the USIf you do like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.Sign up to our newsletters to receive all the latest headlines direct to you inbox - sign-up hereTo learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
5/2/202213 minutes, 4 seconds
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In Conversation with Allard Castelein, CEO, Port of Rotterdam Authority

In the latest In Conversation episode of The Maritime Podcast, Allard Castelein, CEO at the Port of Rotterdam Authority, takes the listener through what lies ahead for the largest port in Europe.Speaking to Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Allard discusses a wide range of topics during the course of a 30 minute conversation.Topics discussed include - The impact of the war in Ukraine and Russian sanctionsSupply chain disruption and using technology to help customersBunkering and future fuelsDecarbonising the Port of Rotterdam's operationsThe building of green power facilities in the port areaGreen corridors for shipping with other portsIf you do like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.Sign up to our newsletters to receive all the latest headlines direct to you inbox - sign-up hereTo learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.&nbsp;
4/28/202228 minutes, 45 seconds
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In Focus – Shipping markets and shipbuilding impact

In this latest In Focus episode we put the spotlight on the Outlook for Shipping Markets and the Impact on Shipbuilding with James Frew, Director of Consultancy for Maritime Strategies International.Speaking with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand ahead of Sea Japan, being held in Tokyo from 20 – 22 April, James provides a quick fire summary of the state of containers, LNG, tanker and dry bulk markets.James then drills into the newbuilding orderbook and it’s spread across the three big shipbuilding nations of China, Korea and Japan. Later in the episode Marcus and James discuss the prospects for the three nations shipbuilding industries with a particular focus on Japan exploring the shift to alterative fuels and new ship types such as carbon carriers and vessels to support the offshore wind sector.If you do like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.Sign up to our newsletters to receive all the latest headlines direct to you inbox - sign-up hereTo learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
4/19/202231 minutes, 24 seconds
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In Conversation - Dorothea Ioannou, American P&I Club

On 1 August, Dorothea Ioannou will be stepping up to the role of CEO of the Shipowners Claim Bureau, managers of the American P&amp;I Club and in this In Conversation episode of the Maritime Podcast she talks about taking up the helm and the state of P&amp;I market.Dorothea, current Deputy COO of the American P&amp;I Club, talks to Emma Howell, Director of Media for Seatrade Maritime, about becoming the first woman to head a P&amp;I club and diversity in the sector.She discusses her plans for when she steps into the new role and how the club handled business during the pandemic. Dorothea also gives her views on consolidation in the P&amp;I sector and the growth in large and more frequent claims.If you do like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.Sign up to our newsletters to receive all the latest headlines direct to you inbox - sign-up hereTo learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
4/13/202215 minutes, 22 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - March 2022

Catch up on last month’s maritime news in just a few minutes with The Maritime Podcast.The latest episode of Maritime in Minutes takes the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of March.Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.The episode covers the impact of war Ukraine on shipping, the cost of cyberattacks, P&amp;O Ferries debacle, US President targets container lines, Shanghai lockdown and much more.If you do like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.Sign up to our newsletters to receive all the latest headlines direct to you inbox - sign-up hereTo learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
4/4/202214 minutes, 25 seconds
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In Conversation - Kenneth Lim, Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore

In this latest edition of The Maritime Podcast we are in conversation with Kenneth Lim, Assistant Chief Executive of the Maritime &amp; Port of Singapore (MPA) ahead of Singapore Maritime Week 2022 (SMW 2022).In this podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand talks to Kenneth about how SMW 2022 will bring together the industry both in person and online across a week-long series of events covering the key areas of technology, sustainability, maritime, services, and talent.The discussion between Kenneth and Marcus covers the impact of the pandemic on digitalisation and talent in the maritime industry and how it has impacted Singapore’s role as an international maritime centre. They also examine at what Singapore brings to the table globally to the industry in terms of technology and sustainability.Looking ahead to SMW 2022 Kenneth talks about some of the key international and Singapore speakers that will be at more than 20 events across the week and what outcomes could be seen to take the industry forward.To learn more about SMW 2022 visit https://www.smw.sg/
3/30/202219 minutes, 51 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Gary Vogel, CMA Commodore 2022

In this new Maritime Masterclass episode of Gary Vogel, Chief Executive Officer of Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. and CMA Commodore for 2022 shares with listeners about his career in maritime and lessons to be learned.Speaking to Seatrade Maritime News he talks about his early exposure to the shipping industry and what made the young Gary Vogel decide to go to sea.The podcast takes the listener through his move ashore andbuilding up a career in commercial shipping and into the boardroom leading Eagle Bulk Shipping.Gary discusses how he approached the turning around Eagle Bulk’s fortunes and lessons that can be drawn for dealing with today’s challenging markets.Finally, the episode takes a look to the future and future fuels for decarbonising shipping.See more about the CMA Commodore Award:&nbsp;https://bit.ly/354ZSLlBook your place today:&nbsp;https://bit.ly/3tzQhWl
3/23/202221 minutes, 3 seconds
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In Focus: Impact of Ukraine conflict on dry bulk shipping

In this latest episode of The Maritime Podcast we focus on the impact war in Ukraine will have on the grain markets and dry bulk shipping.Maritime Strategies International Director, Will Fray, talks to Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent, Paul Bartlett, discuss about how the conflict will affect the grain harvest in Ukraine.Dry bulk vessels in Ukrainian ports have come under fire from Russian forces and discussion covers war risk and the risks to seafarers.The conversation also delves into the wider impact on dry bulk trades such as coal as well as the supply side for shipping.If you do like the show, make sure to subscribe and follow The Maritime Podcast. Feel free also to recommend the show to a friend or colleague that you think would enjoy it.&nbsp;&nbsp;For all the news on the shipping and maritime industries make sure you check out Seatrade Maritime News.Sign up to our newsletters to receive all the latest headlines direct to you inbox - sign-up hereTo learn more about sponsorships and digital marketing opportunities,&nbsp;click here.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
3/17/202220 minutes, 43 seconds
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In Conversation - Tan Beng Tee on International Women’s Day

In this special In Conversation episode of the Maritime Podcast for International Women’s Day we sat down with one of the most prominent women in Singapore shipping Tan Beng Tee, Executive Director of the Singapore Maritime Foundation, to hear about her career in maritime and what more can be done to improve diversity in the industry.Speaking to Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, Beng Tee tells the listener how she started working in maritime as part of the government service, growing from working in trade facilitation, to an instrumental role in growing Singapore into a leading global maritime centre.She talks about meeting and building lasting relationships with some of the world’s leading shipowners and leaders, and over coming the hurdles of an “old boys network”.The podcast also focuses on how today in her role at SMF is encouraging and mentoring more women to take up careers in the maritime sector, and her passion to see Singapore’s place in the industry to continue to thrive.
3/7/202213 minutes, 45 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - February 2022

Catch up on last month’s maritime news in just a few minutes with The Maritime Podcast.The latest episode of Maritime in Minutes takes the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of February.Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month.The episode features – Revitalisation plan for US maritime; Dual-fuel retrofit potential; Container line mega-earnings; Box line schedule reliability; Cyberattack vectors for shipping; CMA CGM plastic waste cargo ban; Shoreside power in Europe; Discussions on dual-fuel operations; the Felicity Ace; and the impact of the Ukraine crisis – fuel prices, sanctions and port call bans.Links to stories featured in this episode of Maritime in Minutes:Open registry, $2.3bn hub port in revitalisation bid for US maritimeMAN – 'massive number' of existing ships have engine conversion potentialHapag-Lloyd operating profit rises sevenfoldMaersk expects to repeat record $24bn earnings in 2022Container line reliability to take 8 – 9 months to recoverSupply chain boom turns boxships attractive cyberattack targetsConcordia evaluates tanker to containership conversionCMA CGM to stop carrying plastic waste cargoPorts and Ministers commit to 2028 shore power deadlineChange of mindset needed for dual-fuel vessel operationsFire hit Felicity Ace cargo worth an estimated $401mP&amp;I reports belie tricky talks in run-up to renewalshttps://www.seatrade-maritime.com/tankers/tanker-rates-rocket-ukraine-conflict-outlook-uncertain
3/1/202219 minutes, 3 seconds
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In Conversation – Harry Theochari, Chairman of Maritime London

A respected maritime finance lawyer and now chair of industry-led body for maritime professional services in the UK, Maritime London, Harry Theochari has a lot to say about recent developments in the UK’s shipping industry and its path ahead.In this week’s In Conversation episode of The Maritime Podcast, Harry speaks to Seatrade Maritime News Europe Editor Gary Howard about the challenges facing UKmaritime and shipping, and the support he thinks the industry needs.From introducing a dedicated UK minister for shipping to supporting innovation in disruptive and environmental technology, the conversation covers a range of areas where the UK can boost its maritime credentials, including growing the number of UK seafarers and supporting seafarers to bring their knowledge ashore in second careers.&nbsp;
2/23/202232 minutes, 12 seconds
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In Conversation - Carl Schou CEO of Wilhelmsen Ship Management

Wilhelmsen Ship Management is expanding back into the tanker business and President and CEO Carl Schou talks about this and much more in the latest In Conversation episode of The Maritime Podcast.Carl explains to Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand about the manager’s latest acquisition and its relationship with the MPC Group in Germany.Discussions also cover the bringing back of the Barber Ship Management brand for its tanker business and other growth that the manager has seen over the last 18 months.Carl and Marcus also examine the evolving picture with crew change and seafarer vaccination in the face of the Omicron variant.Looking ahead the conversation focuses on offshore wind and alternative fuels and the opportunities and challenges these will provide.
2/16/202216 minutes, 36 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes – January 2022

Catch up on last month’s maritime news in just a few minutes with The Maritime Podcast.In the first Maritime in Minutes episode for 2022 Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of January.The episode features – MSC becomes container top dog, Covid-19 and Ningbo-Zhoushan, WSM and tankers, EC blocks shipbuilding merger, Box lines logistics focus, Tanker market and black swans, Chinese crew demand and repatriation, Container line mega-profits, and LNG as a fuel – the “good” now?
2/1/202212 minutes, 13 seconds
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In Conversation - Christian Ioannou talks Marine Catering

Food and mealtimes are essential parts of our daily lives and in this latest episode of The Maritime Podcast Christian Ioannou, Group CEO of MCTC, talks to Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, about the importance of marine catering.The discussion between Christian and Marcus looks at the role onboard catering and mealtimes play in the lives of seafarers and in ensuring that shipowners and managers have a happy and productive crew.The conversation covers the provision of nutritional meals, preparation of menus, and the training and management of chefs onboard.Christian also explains the ROI value of ensuring good food for ship's crews.
1/26/202225 minutes, 33 seconds
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In Conversation - Jacob Iversen Snoer, Wärtsilä

In this latest In Conversation episode of the Maritime Podcast Jacob Iversen Snoer, Business Development Manager - Fleet Optimisation for Wärtsilä talks with Seatrade Maritime News Correspondent Paul Bartlett.The conversation between Jacob and Paul focuses on Wärtsilä's BridgeMate app - a smart backup and decision support tool to enhance safety and efficiency onboardDiscussions look at how the app can enable Masters to help avoid situations where parametric rolling of the vessel can occur. Parametric rolling is a serious issue for the industry causing the loss of cargo containers overboard, and dangerous sloshing of cargoes such as LNG, as well as dangers to the safety of the crew.The conversation also covers the ease of adopting the system and its requirements.
1/17/202212 minutes, 22 seconds
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In Conversation - Maritime Outlook 2022

What will be the top issues facing the maritime and shipping industries in 2022?In the Maritime Podcast 2022 Outlook episode we asked some of our In Conversation guests from the past year what they saw as biggest challenges ahead for the industry in the coming 12 months. Listen now to hear what these industry leaders have to say.Episode features - Thomas Knudsen, Managing Director of Toll GroupClaus Nehmzow, Chief Innovation Officer at Eastern Pacific ShippingPunit Oza, Executive Director of the Singapore Chamber of Maritime ArbitrationJohn Collis, Co-founder of Tradeflow Capital ManagementJulian Clark, Global Senior Partner at InceCristina Saenz de Santa Maria, Regional Manager South East Asia, Pacific and India, Maritime for DNVLynn Loo, CEO of the Global Centre for Maritime DecarbonisationSoren Holl, CEO of KPI OceanConnectNoah Silbersmidt, Founder and CEO of Silverstream TechnologiesMikal Boe, Chairman and CEO of Core-Power
1/3/202220 minutes, 27 seconds
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In Conversation - Special Focus on the fight against maritime corruption

This is a special In Conversation episode of The Maritime Podcast brought to you in collaboration with the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network and we are marking UN International Anti-corruption Day. We are speaking with two prominent industry leaders who are also committed MACN member representatives. Claudio Bozzo, Chief Operating Officer of Mediterranean Shipping Company, and Capt Rajesh Unni, Founder and CEO of Synergy Group give their insights into the fight against corruption in the maritime industries from the perspectives of leading a shipowner and ship manager.MACN has during its 10-year journey reduced corruption risks for the maritime industry in counties like Nigeria, Argentina, and Ukraine. MACN has found ways to address corruption by engaging the whole value chain of our industry as well as governments.
12/8/202124 minutes, 13 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes – November 2021 in review

In this episode of the Maritime in Minutes series we take the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of November.This episode includes – Just how many billions of dollars did container lines make in Q3 and what are they doing with all this money?COP26 what did it mean for shipping and how did the IMO react?Why shipowners are delaying ballast water treatment system installations.The numbers behind handling 24,000 teu containerships at ports and on the landside.The concerns over documenting seafarer Covid-19 vaccination.
12/1/202110 minutes, 48 seconds
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In Conversation with DNV and Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation

This latest episode of The Maritime Podcast focuses on shipping’s pathway to zero carbon emissions and the role played by the new Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) in Singapore.Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand is in conversation with Prof Lynn Loo, CEO of the GCMD, and Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria, Regional Manager South East Asia, Pacific and India, Maritime for DNV, one of the founding partners of the centre.Lynn and Cristina give their thoughts on where shipping is currently in its decarbonisation voyage and what lies ahead. The conversation covers the setting up of the GCMD and how it brings in key industry players such as DNV, combined with the Singapore authorities to make a unique proposition.Listeners will learn what about GCMD’s first proposal for invitation on ammonia bunkering, potential areas of future focus, and how the centre fits in with other global efforts accelerate maritime decarbonisation.
11/24/202134 minutes, 50 seconds
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In Conversation with Noah Silberschmidt CEO, Silverstream Technologies

Learn how a past in competitive sailing and a passion for mathematics led Noah Silberschmidt to found Silverstream Technologies and successfully commercialise a century old concept of air lubrication for vessels hulls.Noah talks to Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand about the how the company has gone from start-up to winning major orders with blue chip shipowners.He explains to listeners of The Maritime Podcast what Silverstream has done differently producing a technology that is proven to work and validated by third parties.Noah and Marcus discuss the application of the air lubrication system to both newbuildings and retrofits to existing vessels and how it operates on a daily basis.Looking ahead the podcast covers role of air lubrication in the shift to zero carbon fuels for shipping and Silverstream’s expansion plans.
11/17/202126 minutes, 8 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - October 2021

In this latest Maritime in Minutes episode Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of October.The episode of The Maritime Podcast features – Pipeline spills, plans for zero carbon shipping and how much will it cost the consumer, the supply chain crunch and lucky winner container shipping, rising P&amp;I insurance cost concerns, investing in maritime R&amp;D, and bringing the video resume to shipping recruitment.Catch up on last month’s maritime news in just a few minutes.
11/3/20219 minutes, 2 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Capt. Mohamed Al Yahyaei

Join&nbsp;Capt. Mohamed Al Yahyaei, Chief Harbour Master, AD Ports Group as he talks to&nbsp;Emma Howell, Seatrade Maritime Director of Digital about his journey from maritime academy to his current role at AD Ports Group.&nbsp;This Masterclass podcast explores how Capt. Mohamed, as an Emirati, took a different path than expected to join the maritime sector and how his role has now diversified to include many multi-functional responsibilities.In a fascinating discussion, listeners can learn the daily challenges of working as a Chief Harbour Master and also understand how crew changes were handled during the pandemic.For anyone thinking of joining the maritime sector and developing their career, this is a must-listen Masterclass from someone who has experienced life on and offshore.
10/27/202122 minutes, 52 seconds
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The Decarbonisation Debate at CMA Shipping 2021

A special event episode of The Maritime Podcast– The decarbonisation debate at CMA Shipping 2021 – provides a snapshot of viewpoints from leading executive attending the event last week on the challenges shipping faces in its voyage to decarbonise operations.The CMA Shipping 2021 exhibition and conference held in mid-October was one of the first large scale events to bring together shipping executives in person since the start of the pandemic. The Maritime Podcast took the chance to talk with leading executives representing the entire maritime value chain and seek their views on the most important issues facing the industry today.The episode features: Lois Zabrocky, President &amp; CEO, International Seaways, Inc.Morten Arntzen, Executive Chairman, Team Tankers InternationalJack Noonan, President of Binnacle MaritimeNicholas Makar, Vice President, Maritime Administration / Regulatory Affairs International Registries, Inc Anthony Teo, Head of Americas for RightShipEric Christofferson, Chief Product Officer at Veson NauticalArlie Sterling, President of Marsoft Inc
10/21/20219 minutes, 33 seconds
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In Conversation with Claudia Ohlmeier, WISTA Germany

In this latest episode In Conversation of the Maritime Podcast Claudia Ohlmeier, President of WISTA Germany, talks to Marcus Hand, Seatrade Maritime News Editor, ahead of the WISTA International AGM and Conference in Hamburg.The conversation takes a preview of some of the topics to be discussed at the conference with a particular focus on the environment and issues around people and diversity in the maritime industry.Claudia and Marcus discuss how the maritime industries are changing with regard to people and diversity and meeting the future needs of the sector. They also talk about the progress shipping is making on decarbonisation, how it is changing business models and what needs to be done.On a lighter note Claudia explains to listeners about the unique venue for this year’s WISTA International AGM and Conference.
10/10/202126 minutes, 22 seconds
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In conversation with AD Ports Group

The latest In Conversation podcast from The Maritime Podcast features and exclusive conversation with Abu Dhabi Ports Group on World Maritime Day. World Maritime Day is celebrated annually and provides an opportunity to focus attention on the importance of shipping and other maritime activities. This year’s theme is - Seafarers: At the Core of Shipping’s Future. In this episode, the Chairman of Seatrade Maritime, Chris Hayman, speaks to Captain Ammar Al Shaiba,&nbsp;Managing Director Zayed Port and Acting CEO of Ports Operating Company&nbsp;and Kim Larsen, Vice President of Commercial &amp; Business Development of Ports, AD Ports Group.This episode puts focus on how Abu Dhabi Ports has responded to the past 18 months; what 2022 looks like and also how the plight of seafarers is taken very seriously by Abu Dhabi Ports. The interview also puts some spotlight on how Abu Dhabi Maritime Academy – the training academy of Abu Dhabi Ports – continues to bring UAE Emiratis into the maritime sector.
10/6/202136 minutes
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Maritime in Minutes - September 2021

In this episode of the Maritime in Minutes series we’ll be taking the listener on a look back through some of the most important stories in shipping and maritime over the month of September.Stories featured in this episode: -&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Shipping’s decarbonisation becoming a bigger challenge-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Container lines rack-up ‘amazing’ $28.6bn profit in Q2-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Euroseas charters panamax boxship for $200,000 per day-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;CMA CGM suspends all spot container freight rate increases- UK calls for zero emissions from global shipping by 2050-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Seafarer welfare issues – shipping needs one voice-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Berge Bulk Marshall upbeat on next two years-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;After ‘once in a lifetime swings’ – what next for shipping and commodities?-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;No silver bullet to shipping’s decarbonisation journey
10/1/20217 minutes, 23 seconds
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In Conversation with Bertrand Chen, CEO of GSBN

In this latest In Conversation episode of the Maritime Podcast Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) CEO, Bertrand Chen, talks with Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand.The conversation with Bertrand explores the challenges to the digitalisation of shipping processes and how the pandemic has helped provide a catalyst in the move away from paper.He also explains why he sees GSBN’s independent, “not for profitable” model as a key differentiator with other digitalisation initiatives in shipping over the last 20 years.The podcast also discusses the launch of GSBN’s first product Cargo Release, and Marcus quizzes Bertrand on what is to come in the future for GSBN.
9/23/202134 minutes, 11 seconds
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In Conversation with Thomas Knudsen, MD of Toll Group

In this latest In Conversation episode of the Maritime Podcast Toll Group Managing Director, Thomas Knudsen, talks with Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand.The conversation with Thomas explores how the logistics provider has handled the challenges of the pandemic over the last 18 months, particularly for its global forwarding business.The conversation covers ways in which Toll has tried to help its customers navigate supply chain disruption and providing alternative modes of freight transportation.Thomas and Marcus also talk about the use of technology to provide greater visibility in shipping, as well as the learnings Toll has from falling victim to a cyber-attack. &nbsp;
9/14/202124 minutes, 15 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - August 2021

In this episode of the Maritime in Minutes series we’ll be taking the listener on a look back through some of the most important stories in shipping and maritime over the month of August.Stories featured in this episode:-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Allianz warns on crew change crisis and ship safety-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Western Australia Covid plans ‘dangerous’ and ‘immoral’-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Esben Poulsson on 50 years in shipping-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;OSRA 2021 – US lawmakers seek minimum service standards for shipping lines-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;WSC hits out at ‘flawed’ and ‘unworkable’ OSRA2021-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Ningbo terminal closure – what if Covid breaks out in more Chinese ports-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;No relief yet for tanker owners as rates stay down-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Asian container lines report massive surges in H1 profits-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Maersk bets big on methanol
9/1/20216 minutes, 51 seconds
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Sing for Seafarers - In Conversation with Julian Clark

In the latest episode of The Maritime Podcast,&nbsp;Professional musician turned maritime lawyer Julian Clark explains how he brought together a 60-piece virtual choir to cover Rod&nbsp;Stewart’s&nbsp;Sailing,&nbsp;in&nbsp;honour&nbsp;of recognising&nbsp;every&nbsp;seafarer&nbsp;as&nbsp;a&nbsp;keyworker&nbsp;and to ensure that&nbsp;they are&nbsp;appreciated&nbsp;for&nbsp;their&nbsp;role&nbsp;in&nbsp;enabling&nbsp;global supply chains.&nbsp;&nbsp;“Seafarers must be recognised as ‘keyworkers’ and given priority access to Covid-19 vaccines,” comments Julian, Senior Partner at Ince,&nbsp;to Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus&nbsp;Hand.&nbsp;In the episode&nbsp;Julian&nbsp;explains to Marcus&nbsp;the&nbsp;importance of recognising seafarers as key workers, so that they can access&nbsp;vaccines which will enable them to return home to see their families and loved ones.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;“I&nbsp;have a passion for the rights and welfare of seafarers,” explains Julian Clark, Head Partner,&nbsp;Ince.“If it wasn't for seafarers, none of us would have a job,&nbsp;there'd be nothing on the shelves, and we wouldn't be able to have our clothes or our food or our fuel."&nbsp;&nbsp;
8/26/202125 minutes, 39 seconds
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Regulatory Update: Emissions Trading

The latest Regulatory Update podcast the focus is on the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme and its implications for shipowners within the bloc and those whose ships call at EU ports. Paul Bartlett, a correspondent for Seatrade Maritime News (SMN) talks with SMN, Editor, Marcus Hand, and stresses the need for urgency but also explains the risk that regional emissions trading schemes could well undermine the IMO’s global efforts. He also outlines some of the reasons why shipowner groups are concerned about the EU’s go-it-alone approach, talks about the development of new fuels and their life cycle emissions assessment, and questions why no-one mentions nuclear power for ships. The technology exists today, it has been successfully tried and tested on a number of ships, and is a clean source of energy with no emissions. In other developments, shipping’s own endeavors on decarbonisation are making remarkable progress, he concludes.&nbsp;&nbsp;
8/19/202112 minutes, 8 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Esben Poulsson - 50 years in shipping

Listen to the latest Maritime Masterclass episode as Seatrade Chairman, Chris Hayman, chats with Esben Poulsson, International Chamber of Shipping Chairman, about his fascinating career spanning 50-years in the shipping industry to date.In a career spanning some of the biggest names in shipping, Esben recalls his route into the maritime industry, the views from his front row seat to the rise of Asia as a prominent force in shipping, and his opinions on the matters that shaped and continue to shape the maritime Industry.
8/3/202132 minutes, 47 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - July 2021

In this episode of the Maritime in Minutes series we’ll be taking the listener on a look back through some of the most important stories in shipping and maritime over the month of July.Stories featured in this episode:-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Container shipping rates and carrier $100bn profit forecast-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Emissions trading for shipping-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Why CMA CGM is investing LNG as marine fuel-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Panama and LNG bunkering-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Philippines seafarer deployment plunges 54% in2020-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Casualties and the role of pilots-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Belgium to vaccinate all international seafarers
7/29/20217 minutes, 43 seconds
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In conversation with Jan-Olaf Probst, Business Director, Container Ships for DNV

In this latest In Conversation episode of the Maritime Podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, talks to DNV’s Director of Container Ships, Jan-Olaf Probst.The discussion with Jan-Olaf Probst covers the surge containership newbuilding orders and trends that DNV is seeing from this. With the environment high on the agenda the podcast delves into compliance with new IMO regulations such as EEXI and the shift towards alternative fuels including LNG in the container shipping sector.Ship sizes remains a perennial topic in container shipping and the conversation also explores what the future containership might look like.
7/26/202134 minutes, 29 seconds
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In Conversation with Tom James and John Collis, Co-Founders of TradeFlow Capital Management

Join Marcus Hand, Seatrade Maritime News Editor, in conversation with Tom James CEO &amp; CIO - Executive Director and John Collis Chief Risk Officer &amp; Executive Director of TradeFlow Capital Management. Marcus talks to Tom and John about TradeFlow Capital Management a new concept in trade finance and commodities trades and fulfilment of shipping. &nbsp;
7/20/202130 minutes, 7 seconds
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In Conversation with Jose Alejandro Rojas, Minister for the Facilitation of Private Investments, Presidency of the Republic of Panama

In this episode of The Maritime Podcast Panama Minister José Alejandro Rojas talks with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand about opportunities in the strategic maritime state that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. &nbsp;The conversation will cover an update on the Panamanian economy and the role of Head of the Secretariat for Development and Competitiveness under the Ministry of the Presidency in the promotion of investments in Panama. Minister Rojas will also discuss the future of LNG and how Panama is positioning itself in this regard, and investments being made in the maritime and logistics sector in the country.&nbsp;&nbsp;
7/14/202122 minutes, 37 seconds
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In Conversation with Mark Rosenberg, Regional Commercial Director, DP World Europe

In this Episode of In Conversation, part of the Maritime Online Series, Seatrade Maritime News Europe Editor Gary Howard talks to DP World Regional Commercial Director Mark Rosenberg about the state of digitalisation in the maritime sector, the challenges it faces, and DP World's own digital products and projects.
7/6/202126 minutes, 50 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes - June 2021

In this episode of Maritime in Minutes Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand guides listeners through the top and trending maritime and shipping stories in June 2021.The stories featured include:-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The maritime industries battle to attract talent-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The impact of Yantian port congestion on global container markets -&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Zhoushan yards turn away repair jobs due to Covid restrictions-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The outcomes of the IMO MEPC 76 meetings-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The critical need for seafarer vaccination-&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;The 5th anniversary of the Panama Canal expansion
7/2/20218 minutes, 28 seconds
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Market Talks: Regulatory Update - EU Emissions Trading Scheme

In this latest episode of Market Talks by The Maritime Podcast, part of The Maritime Online Series, Paul Bartlett, shipping consultant and journalist delivers the latest regulatory update on EU Emissions and the outcomes from MEPC 76.This podcast explores the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme, and a range of ship operational issues which are currently or likely to appear in the regulatory spotlight.
6/30/20214 minutes, 41 seconds
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Market Talks: Regulatory Update - MEPC 76 Overview

In this latest episode of Market Talks by The Maritime Podcast, part of The Maritime Online Series, Paul Bartlett, shipping consultant and journalist delivers the latest regulatory update on decarbonisation and the outcomes from MEPC 76.
6/30/202110 minutes
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Market Talks: Regulatory Update - The Future of Ship Operations

In this latest episode of Market Talks by The Maritime Podcast, part of The Maritime Online Series, Paul Bartlett, shipping consultant and journalist delivers the latest regulatory update on Ship Operations and the outcomes from MEPC 76.Shipowners and operators face a challenging future as maritime regulations tighten on various fronts. In this podcast, we will take a brief look at some topical regulatory issues specific to ship operation.
6/30/20213 minutes, 40 seconds
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Market Talks: Regulatory Update - End-of-Life & Ship Recycling

In this latest episode of Market Talks by The Maritime Podcast, part of The Maritime Online Series, Paul Bartlett, shipping consultant and journalist delivers the latest regulatory update on End-of-Life &amp; Ship Recycling.Shipowners and operators face a challenging future as maritime regulations tighten on various fronts. In this podcast, we will examine the challenge faced by many owners, particularly those based in Europe, relating to end-of-life ship recycling and the current regulatory regime.
6/30/20215 minutes
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Market Talks: Regulatory Update with Paul Bartlett

In this latest episode of Market Talks by The Maritime Podcast, part of The Maritime Online Series, Paul Bartlett, shipping consultant and journalist delivers the latest regulatory update on decarbonisation and the outcomes from MEPC 76.International Shipping’s environmental performance is under intense scrutiny. The requirement for the industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions took centre stage at the IMO’s recent MEPC 76 meeting, and decarbonisation may be the number one priority right now. But there are a range of other regulatory initiatives that owners and operators need to monitor.&nbsp;
6/29/202121 minutes, 34 seconds
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Day of the Seafarer Special Episode with Capt. Mohamed Al Ali, SVP Ship Management Oil & Gas, ADNOC Logistics & Services

In this podcast, released on this year’s Day of the Seafarer, Capt. Mohamed Al Ali, Senior Vice President of Ship Management at ADNOC Logistics &amp; Services (ADNOC L&amp;S), has called for coordinated global action led by the IMO and governments to ensure regulated crew changes and wellbeing of seafarers.
6/25/202118 minutes, 29 seconds
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In Conversation with Mark O’Neil President of Intermanager and President and CEO of Columbia Shipmanagement

In this latest episode of In Conversation by The Maritime Podcast, Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News talks with Mark O’Neil, President of Intermanager and President &amp; CEO of Colombia Shipmanagement, about the top issues facing the sector today.In the crewing week of the Maritime Online Series, Marcus Hand sat down with Mark O’Neil in his role as Intermanager President which he took in December last year. The discussion covers O’Neil’s aims as President of the association, the crew change crisis, seafarer vaccination, the image and influence of the shipping industry, and creating standards for ship management as a sector.
6/22/202135 minutes, 19 seconds
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In conversation with Søren Høll, CEO of KPI OceanConnect

In this In Conversation episode of the Maritime Podcast Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News, talks with Søren Høll, CEO of KPI OceanConnect, about the changes taking place in the marine fuels and bunkering markets around the world.The conversation between Søren Høll and Marcus Hand covers the merger of KPI Bridge Oil and OceanConnect last year and the need for continued consolidation in the bunker sphere. It also takes the listener on a journey through the implementation of the IMO 2020 low sulphur fuel regulations, price fluctuations and the challenges that lie ahead with decarbonizing the shipping industry. As well as the key role bunkering has to play in this transition. The conversation zeroes in on the issues of credit, scale and counterparty risk and how to mitigate these going forward.
6/16/202121 minutes, 27 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes: May 2021

This episode of Maritime in Minutes covers warnings that the crew change crisis could be even worse in 2021 as Covid-19 variants rise restricting travel, the gulf in port and terminal efficiency between Asia and the US, a look at the struggle to vaccinate the world’s seafarers, the relationship between shipping and the media, and the latest containership cargo fire – the X-Press Pearl.
6/2/20219 minutes, 22 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Captain Gamal Fekry Managing Director & Owner, MC Ship Management

Maritime Masterclasses&nbsp;is an on-demand mentorship programme featuring a series of interviews with industry leaders.In this episode Captain Gamal Fekry Managing Director &amp; Owner, MC Ship Management shares a first-hand recount about life at sea.
5/26/202143 minutes, 40 seconds
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In Conversation with Mikal Bøe, CEO at Core-Power

The pathway to decarbonisation is the biggest issue facing shipping over the long term with most solutions focusing on fuels such as hydrogen, ammonia and methanol.But there is another option that is attracting growing serious interest – advanced atomic power using small-scale Molten Salt Reactors (MSR) to either power vessels directly or produce green fuel such as hydrogen using floating offshore production.Mikael Boe discusses how these liquid fuelled micro reactors could be used to directly power ships or produce zero carbon fuels on offshore floating production plants. The wide-ranging conversation covers pilot projects, market acceptance, regulatory issues and public perception and safety concerns. Is atomic energy the answer to shipping’s decarbonisation conundrum? Listen to the podcast with Mikael Boe and decide for yourself.
5/19/202130 minutes, 19 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Ali Shehab Ahmad, Former Chief Executive Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Fleet Operations - Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC)

Maritime Masterclasses&nbsp;is an on-demand mentorship programme featuring a series of interviews with industry leaders.In this episode Ali Shehab Ahmad, Former Chief Executive Officer and Deputy Chief Executive Fleet Operations -&nbsp;Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) discusses the career path from cadet to CEO.
5/10/202147 minutes, 48 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes: April 2021

This episode of Maritime in Minutes covers the ongoing developments with the Ever Given following its blockade of the Suez Canal, the World Bank and controversy around LNG as a marine fuel – a growing choice in shipping, Singapore’s investment in maritime technology start-ups and a new decarbonisation centre, and the impact of India’s Covid crisis on crewing and the lack of global strategy to vaccinate seafarers.
5/4/20217 minutes, 40 seconds
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In Conversation with Philip Clausius Managing Partner Transport Capital

In this latest In Conversation episode Marcus Hand talks with Philip Clausius discuss the state of shipping markets in relation to the ship finance. Topics discussed include shifts in bank financing, leasing and the availability of alternative financing. In a changing marketplace Clausius discusses what type of finance is available for smaller-to-mid sized shipowners and how environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) will impact going forward.
4/29/202137 minutes, 30 seconds
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Market Talks: Drewry Managing Director, Tim Power and Seatrade Chairman, Chris Hayman

This week’s Markets Talks episode of The Maritime Podcast features a conversation between Drewry Managing Director, Tim Power and Seatrade Chairman, Chris Hayman, discussing the state of the Middle East maritime industry in the wake of the COVID pandemic. Tim and Chris discuss how the container, tanker and port sectors all coped with the pandemic, their future prospects for recovery post-COVID, and the benefits of a career in the maritime industry to the youth of the Middle East.
4/12/202125 minutes, 16 seconds
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Maritime in Minutes: March 2021

The episode covers the closure of the Suez Canal following the grounding of the Ever Given and the impact on shipping, how the Covid-19 pandemic has spurred take up of the e-bill of lading, increased methanol and ammonia as alternative fuels, and the continued growth of the Greek controlled fleet.
4/6/20218 minutes, 20 seconds
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In Conversation with Erik Hånell, President & CEO of Stena Bulk

In this latest In Conversation episode of The Maritime Podcast, Marcus Hand talks with Erik Hånell and takes a deep dive into the thinking behind Stena Bulk’s InfinityMax concept design, and how all, or parts of the design, which combines wet and dry bulk, could be adopted in the coming years. Discussions also focus on future fuel choices including methanol and hydrogen, and how shipping will meet its decarbonization targets in both the near and longer term.
3/31/202117 minutes, 20 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Fazel A. Fazelbhoy Chief Executive Officer, Synergy Offshore

In this Maritime Masterclass episode we follow the career of Fazel A. Fazelbhoy Chief Executive Officer, Synergy Offshore in conversation now, a leader in Offshore Marine management and leadership.
3/22/202127 minutes, 8 seconds
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In Conversation With Punit Oza About Mentorship

In this latest episode of the Maritime Podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand sat down with Punit Oza, a well-known senior executive in Singapore and beyond to talk about an issue for which he has a real passion – mentorship.Punit Oza’s career has spanned dry cargo shipping and chartering, digitalisation and arbitration. Currently the Executive Director of the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration and a Director with Klaveness Asia he believes strongly in handing down knowledge from one generation to the next in shipping. In this episode he talks about the mentorship he received early in his career, why he feels it so important today, and working with others in the industry create a mentorship scheme.
3/18/202128 minutes, 33 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou President, WISTA International Joint Chief Executive Officer, Tototheo Maritime

In this episode, Despina Theodosiou Theodosiou, President, WISTA International and joint CEO of Tototheo Maritime reflects on her career as we address one of the industry’s most topical issues – gender equality.
3/8/202123 minutes, 17 seconds
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Maritime Masterclass: Jasmin Fichte Managing Partner, Fichte & Co

In this episode, Jasmin&nbsp;Fitche Managing Partner of Fichte &amp; Co takes us through her career journey to becoming one of the industry’s most prominent maritime lawyers.&nbsp;
3/8/202127 minutes, 48 seconds
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Questions & Answers: From Digital Shipyard to Digital Ship

In this episode of The Maritime Podcast David Thomson, Solutions Strategy Manager - Marine, AVEVA answers the audience questions that were asked during AVEVA's webinar, From Digital Shipyard to Digital Ship. Topics include the regulation around digitalization, data collection and operational practices.
3/4/202119 minutes, 30 seconds
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Learning From Leaders: René Kofod-Olsen Chief Executive Officer, V.Group

In this episode of Learning from Leaders Chairman of Seatrade Chris Hayman talks to René Kofod-Olsen Chief Executive Officer, V.Group.This conversion explores the impact of the pandemic across different industry sectors including Offshore and Cruise, as well as Crew Welfare issues and structural changes which have taken place, the future of corporatization, consolidation and the move towards a fully integrated supply chain. What is the future for ship managers post-pandemic? Listen now to find out.
3/3/202139 minutes, 4 seconds
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Maritime In Minutes: February 2021

In this episode of Maritime In Minutes, Seatrade Maritime News, Editor, Marcus Hand takes a look back at the top and trending stories that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News in February.In this episode he covers investments in alternatives and the rise of LNG as marine fuel, as well developments related to methanol and wind-power. The episode also delves into the latest developments in the ongoing crew change crisis, and looks at the concerning issues of large scale losses of containers at sea in severe weather.
3/2/20219 minutes, 11 seconds
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In Conversation with Claus Nehmzow, Chief Innovation Officer, Eastern Pacific Shipping

In this latest episode of the Maritime Podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand is in conversation with Claus Nehmzow, Chief Innovation Officer of Singapore-headquartered Eastern Pacific Shipping. Marcus and Claus have a discussion about innovation, technology and the Eastern Pacific Accelerator by Techstars, a global maritime tech accelerator.
2/24/202127 minutes, 9 seconds
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Learning From Leaders: Michael Parker, Chairman, Global Shipping, Logistics and Offshore - Citigroup

This episode of Learning From Leaders sees Michael Parker, Chairman of Global Shipping, Logistics and Offshore at Citigroup is joined in conversation by Seatrade chairman, Chris Hayman to discuss climate change, the emergence of integrated logistics in world commerce and how the world of ship finance is evolving during what Michael describes as "the most exciting time for the industry".
2/18/202135 minutes, 7 seconds
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In Conversation with Glenn Edvardsen, CEO of UECC

In the latest episode of The Maritime Podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand sat down in conversation with UECC, CEO, Glenn Edvardsen to talk about the company’s experience in investing in LNG-powered vessels.UECC, a joint venture between Wallenius Lines and NYK, has been a pioneer in the use of LNG-fuelled tonnage with two LNG-powered PCTCs currently in service and three LNG/battery hybrid PCTCs on order.
2/11/202122 minutes, 57 seconds
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In Conversation with Erik Nyhus, Director of Environment, DNV GL

In this episode from The Maritime Podcast, Seatrade Maritime contributor, Paul Bartlett sits down in conversation with Erik Nyhus, Director of Environment, DNV GL to discuss the deferred MEPC 75 meeting of the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee, which was was held virtually in late November (16-20), and produced a number of important decisions on short-term mandatory CO2 reduction measures “with far-reaching impacts,” as classification society DNV GL summarised.
2/10/202129 minutes, 9 seconds
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Learning From Leaders: ABS chairman, president and CEO Christopher Wiernicki

COVID-19 has been a disrupter, a catalyst and an enabler for change according to ABS chairman, president and CEO Christopher Wiernicki, who explores how classification is adapting to the challenges of digitalisation, decarbonisation and their “unintended safety consequences” in the latest Learning from Leaders podcast.
1/14/202131 minutes, 1 second
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Hong Kong Focus: Marine lubricants market and challenges

In this episode David Price, CEO of Hong Kong headquartered Gulf Oil Marine, delves into the marine lubricants market and issues shipowners and managers faced in 2020, and changes they will see going into 2021.Talking with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand, Gulf Oil Marine’s, David Price, covers a range of issues including the impact of IMO 2020, delivering lubricants on time during the Covid-19 pandemic, and new developments in 2021. David also talks about their new headquarters office in Hong Kong and the benefits of doing business from the city.
12/9/202016 minutes, 39 seconds
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Hong Kong Focus: Trying to stay ahead in 2020

Benjamin Wong, Head of Maritime Cluster of Invest Hong Kong, describes what makes the Special Administrative region such a vibrant maritime hub and talks about some of the initiatives the government is undertaking to stay ahead.In conversation with Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, Invest Hong Kong’s, Benjamin Wong, looks at the key advantages that Hong Kong offers as an international maritime as an international maritime centre, including location, taxation laws and workforce. Discussions include details of the new ship leasing tax concession initiative, the Hong Kong maritime legal system, and the maritime industries in the city have coped with the Covid-19 pandemic.
10/29/202018 minutes, 3 seconds
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Hong Kong Focus: Crew Change during a Pandemic

Bjorn Hojgaard, CEO of Anglo-Eastern Univan Group, and Chairman of the Hong Kong Shipowners’ Association talks about the biggest issue that has faced the shipping industry in 2020 – the crew change crisis.&nbsp;Talking with Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, Anglo-Eastern’s Bjorn Hojgaard explains how as one of the world’s largest ship managers the company has dealt with the crew change crisis that has left hundred of thousands of seafarers stranded on vessels after their contracts end, or at home unable to start new employment at sea. He also discusses the need for a global solution to the crew change crisis by governments internationally and how Anglo-Eastern has used technology to overcome some of the problems presented operationally by the pandemic.
10/29/202021 minutes, 35 seconds
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Hong Kong Focus: Maritime law in 2020

In this episode leading Hong Kong lawyer Rosita Lau, Partner with Ince &amp; Co, discusses developments in the sphere of maritime law in the Special Administrative Region in 2020.Talking with Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand, Ince’s Rosita Lau highlights two major developments related to maritime law in Hong Kong this year. Rosita Lau discusses the territory’s new ship leasing tax concession initiative and its significance to Hong Kong’s maritime community and future growth. She also gives details on the inclusion of Hong Kong as named place of arbitration by BIMCO in its new shortened arbitration clause in its contracts widely used throughout the global shipping industry.
10/29/202025 minutes
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Interview with Julian Panter, VP - Business Development at IMI

In this&nbsp;podcast&nbsp;episode&nbsp;Chris Hayman, Chairman of Seatrade talks&nbsp;to Julian Panter, VP - Business Development at International Maritime Industries (IMI) about various topics such as:the shipyard's milestones and existing&nbsp;order bookits contribution towards Saudi Vision 2030 programmeproviding&nbsp;on-the-job training for young Saudi nationalsfuture development plans including LNG, VLCC, bulk-carriers and rig buildsthird party contractsand opportunities for supply chain companies.
9/3/202032 minutes, 57 seconds
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Crew Welfare and Skills Challenge pt 2

This podcast explores how the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted seafarers around the world and created a potential seafarer welfare crisis which threatens to interrupt world trade, including:The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our seafarersWhere technology has the biggest potential to ease the current deadlock&nbsp;How tomorrow's technology is shaping today's seafarers
7/13/202051 minutes, 18 seconds
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Crew Welfare and Skills Challenge pt 1

This podcast explores how the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted seafarers around the world and created a potential seafarer welfare crisis which threatens to interrupt world trade, including:The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our seafarersWhere technology has the biggest potential to ease the current deadlock&nbsp;How tomorrow's technology is shaping today's seafarers
7/13/202031 minutes, 37 seconds
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IMO 2020 Update: Esben Poulsson Keynote

In this podcast, the ongoing crew change crisis was top of the agenda for International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) chairman Esben Poulsson in his keynote remarks at the opening of the Informa Markets Digital Maritime Week.
7/10/202011 minutes, 3 seconds
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The Next Wave of Digitalisation in Shipping

This podcast focuses on how&nbsp;Singapore is approaching digitalisation and specific areas where the industry&nbsp;can benefit.Throughout the podcast, you'll have the chance to:Analyse&nbsp;the state of digitalisation in the Singapore shipping marketEvaluate the benefits of remote surveys and audits and the obstacles that need to be overcome widespread adoptionDiscuss spare parts supply and additive manufacturingConsider skilling the workforce for a digital futureSpeakers Include:Steen Lund, Singapore ShippingAssociation Council (SSA) Member and Chairman, SSA Digitalisation CommitteeMarcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News&nbsp;
7/3/202049 minutes, 51 seconds
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IMO 2020: Industry Implementation Update

This podcast brings together leading experts to review the impact IMO 2020 has had on operations and the marine fuel market since its implementation.&nbsp;It will also explores how dramatic changes in the wider market have impacted decisions made in relation to the introduction of IMO 2020.Throughout the podcast, you will learn about:Fuel availability, fuel quality and compatibility issuesOperational factors such as lubricantsHow different compliance options such as compliant fuels and scrubbers have fared&nbsp;Speakers Include:Ajay K Chaudhry,&nbsp;Executive Director, Fleet Ship Management Pte LtdRosita Lau,&nbsp;Partner, Ince &amp; Co.Esben&nbsp;Poulsson,&nbsp;Chairman, International Chamber of Shipping&nbsp;Douglas Raitt,&nbsp;Regional Consultancy Manager, Lloyd’s RegisterModerator: Marcus Hand, Editor of Seatrade Maritime News&nbsp;
6/26/202049 minutes, 10 seconds