Contributions

Is MLC working for seafarers?

April 12th, 20191 Regular Splash contributor Carolyn Graham ponders whether shipping’s ‘bill of rights’ is fit for purpose. This year, the International Labour Organization (ILO)...

Outside port perimeters

April 3rd, 20191 DP World has ventured way beyond its terminal operating roots as this in-depth feature for Maritime CEO magazine assesses. Gone are the days where global terminal...

IMO 2020 is nothing new

April 2nd, 20191 Shippers and carriers faced off earlier this decade over high fuel prices, recalls Lars Jensen from SeaIntelligence Consulting. At the annual Transpacific Maritime...

Consortia BERexit?

April 1st, 20190 Rotterdam-based advocate August Braakman, a specialist in maritime antitrust law, gives his verdict in the heated Block Exemption Regulation debate. The debate...

Dry bulk newbuild headwinds

April 1st, 20190 This year's ordering volume exceeds the ordering activity seen in 2017, 2016, and 2015, warns Jeffrey Landsberg from Commodore Research. Dry bulk freight rates came...

Lubes headache brewing

March 22nd, 20190 Fuel choices have obscured the complex issues over lube selection ahead of IMO 2020. Here’s a useful guide to the problems coming up and how to handle them. The...

Exxon Valdez 30 years on

March 22nd, 20190 As the Solomon Trader disaster shows, nowhere is safe from oil spills, write Dr Sian Prior, Eelco Leemans and Dave Walsh from the Clean Arctic Alliance. This Sunday,...

Grain trades provide bulker hope

March 18th, 20190 Chief correspondent Jason Jiang writes that despite the ongoing China-US trade spat, 2019 looks set to be an improving one for the grain trades. John Wobensmith, CEO...
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