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Latest From Michael Grey
There is something fishy about bankers who lend to the shipping industry attempting to restrict their services to shipping operators who behave in the way they decree
Ports represent the front door to any country and to an island like this, efficient ports with good landside communications are the very key to national prosperity
Digital media has put coverage of ship accidents under scrutiny in way that was unimaginable in the past and also mean their is a much more intense spotlight on who is to blame, but it is a simple fact of maritime life that accidents will always happen
The age of digitisation and instant communication is only likely to increase the pressure on ships’ captains
Those who manage seafarer centres are often isolated but benefit when regional directors come together to share ideas
Although the maritime industry should think about how to bring about more efficient power generation in ships, it should not be in thrall to the large numbers of juvenile activists who have been given so much media coverage over recent weeks