Editor, The Intelligence
Linton is deputy editor for Lloyd’s List sister publication Containerisation International, covering the global container market but with a particular focus on Europe.
A key member of the containers’ team he writes regular market reports, features and commentaries, whilst keeping our readers up to speed with the latest breaking news from within the box industry on a daily basis.
As CI’s deputy editor he plays a supporting role throughout the planning and production process of the monthly print edition. His duties range from sourcing and writing copy through to subediting and proofing, in keeping with the high standards of journalism that have long bestowed this well-established brand.
He also took on the role as editor of the latest Top 100 Container Ports supplement, overseeing and managing all stages of the annual project.
Prior to his positon at Informa Linton was editor of a respected maritime trade journal at a UK publication house having taken up roles within the same company as online editor and deputy editor.
A graduate from the University of Central Lancashire, Linton is an avid cyclist completing two long distance tours including one in aid of charity raising more than £10,000 riding from his home county of Essex to Asia.
Linton is also a diehard Spurs fan and proud father to his daughter Luna.
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