Magazines

  • Maritime CEO Issue Three 2018

    There’s a suitably strong German flavour to the third issue of Maritime CEO in 2018. The magazine comes out in time for SMM in Hamburg, the world’s largest shipping exhibition. Inside we look at the plight of German owners and finance as well as noting the changing tides among the nation’s ports. On the cover is a very apposite character to grace our SMM special: Thomas Wilhelmsen, whose forward thinking…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue Two 2018

    The latest issue of Maritime CEO magazine launches today with a suitably Greek flavour to proceedings given that the publication will be distributed across Posidonia-related events in Athens and Piraeus next week. Inside we look at Greek ship finance, likely Posidonia talking points plus we try to get inside the mindset of the typical Greek shipowner to discover what it is that makes them such good readers of shipping cycles.…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue One 2018

    The first issue of Maritime CEO magazine in 2018 is full of the hot button issues facing shipping this year. Whether it’s the industry’s attitude to tech change, LNG as a ship fuel or it’s poor numbers when it comes to gender pay equality Maritime CEO is not afraid to tackle many of the sector’s most continuos issues. Profiles of shipowners in this edition are led by Basile Aloy, the…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue Four 2017

    The final issue for 2017 of Maritime CEO has a distinctly Chinese flavour to proceedings. The executive director of ICBC Financial Leasing features on the cover while inside there are in depth reports on the republic’s economy, ports, yards, dry bulk needs as well as an overview of what the future holds for the nation’s top line, Cosco. Elsewhere, we carry interviews with many of the world’s top shipowners including…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue Three 2017

    Oak Maritime’s Jack Hsu stars on the cover in a frank interview in which he lays bare the challenging relationship between charterers and owners. Hsu is one of many diverse shipowners interviewed for the magazine. Elsewhere, there’s great markets commentary from the analysts at Bimco, Commodore Research, SeaIntel Consulting and Bassoe Offshore, plus finance columnist Dagfinn Lunde takes shipping to task for failing to grasp the realities of the industry’s…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue Two 2017

    The latest issue of Maritime CEO magazine has a decidedly Scandinavian flavor to its contents given its distribution at this year’s flagship maritime event, Nor-Shipping. On the cover is Lasse Kristoffersen, the boss of Torvald Klaveness, while elsewhere writers, pundits and owners discuss Norwegian offshore, finance and technology. Click here to access the full magazine.

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  • Maritime CEO Issue One 2017

    Gulf Navigation’s Khamis Buamim stars on the cover of the latest issue of Maritime CEO magazine. The former Drydocks World boss has engineered a dramatic turnaround and diversification of the Dubai tanker owner since taking the reins of the line last year. Buamim is one of many top shipowners interviewed in this packed issue. Elsewhere we assess how blockchain technology could impact shipping, while Dagfinn Lunde looks at the massive…

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  • Singapore Market Report 2016

    Back for the fourth time Splash has launched its annual Singapore magazine, a unique take on what’s been going on in the world’s most vibrant shipping hub. As ever with Splash, however, this 28-page publication does not take everything at face value in the Lion Republic and our journalists ask some tough questions about what the future holds for maritime Singapore. Contained inside are the thoughts of more than 30…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue Four 2016

    The father and son in charge at Germany’s Reederei NSB are the cover stars of the latest issue of Maritime CEO magazine. As well as profiles of many top names in shipping, the magazine features expert analysis on the various shipping sectors, a feature on the alarming rise in cases of crew abandonment, plus plenty of more recreational articles such as a travel guide to Macau, what Christmas wines to…

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  • Hong Kong Market Report 2016

    Splash’s Hong Kong annual pays tribute to the departing managing director of the local shipowners association as its cover story. Arthur Bowring has been one of the most influential men in shipping since he assumed the top post at the Hong Kong Shipowners Association on the day the territory was reunified with China in 1997. Famous names from world shipping have acknowledged Bowring’s achievements in this special issue. Elsewhere, we…

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  • SinoShip 2016

    The latest issue of SinoShip magazine, the leading China maritime title, launches today in time for this week’s big Shiptec show in Dalian and a host of other events across Greater China. Inside, readers will be able to access reports on the bloated China ports scene, how One Belt, One Road will effect global maritime trade plus a brand new regular column from veteran Shanghai lawyer Peter Murray on all…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue Three 2016

    Featured on the cover for the first time in the magazine’s history is someone who is not a shipowner. Dr Lynn Simpson is the Australian vet who has done more than anyone in history to shine a light on what happens in the livestock trades – she has been delivering a brutal reality of what happens when animals move from Australia to other parts of the world, something that has…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue Two 2016

    The latest issue of Maritime CEO magazine is a distinctly Greek flavoured edition timed to coincide with next month’s Posidonia exhibition in Athens. On the cover is James Marshall, the low profile boss of Berge Bulk, one of the largest owners of dry bulk carriers in the world. Marshall tells Maritime CEO how the amount of scrapping in dry bulk this year has been commendable, but far more lay-ups need to happen…

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  • Italy Market Report 2016

    Our Italy Market Report, produced in association with UniMarine, is a unique look at one of Europe’s most vibrant maritime markets. Penned by Genoa correspondent, Nicola Capuzzo, the magazine features the thoughts and opinions of more than 15 shipowners. It also covers government maritime initiatives, the ports and yards scene as well as hearing from the head of local classification society, RINA. The Italy magazine joins Splash’s existing portfolio of…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue One 2016

    The first issue of Maritime CEO in 2016 is crammed full of exclusive interviews and insights. Gracing the cover is Also Grimaldi, the doyen of Italian shipowners, Now 93, he’s still firmly at the helm of Genoa-based Grimaldi Holding, which currently owns four ropaxes built in Italy at Nuovi Cantieri Apuania shipyard. Bonus distribution of the magazine includes the very first Maritime CEO Forum in Singapore on March 15. Click…

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  • Maritime CEO Issue Four 2015

    The final issue of Maritime CEO in 2015 – the 14th magazine published by Asia Shipping Media this year – is crammed full of exclusive interviews and insights. As well as interviews with top owners, our analysts bring you 2016 predictions for the various sectors, while lead opinion writer Andrew Craig-Bennett takes shipping’s green promoters to task. New this issue are a series of cartoons taking a wry look at…

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  • SinoShip Winter Issue 2015

    The final issue for 2015 of SinoShip features a very strong line up of writers including Dagfinn Lunde on China’s growing ship finance role, Charles De Trenck on the Cosco/China Shipping merger while regular columnist Andrew Craig-Bennett looks into shipping’s carbon footprint ahead of the Paris climate talks. The magazine, which will be distributed en masse at this year’s Marintec China, has a look at the nation’s slashed shipbuilding capacity…

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  • Singapore Market Report 2015

    High local costs and limited human resources remain the two largest sources of complaints for those involved in shipping in Singapore, according to this new publication from Splash. Our latest Singapore Market Report includes a survey of 250 people in maritime in the Lion City which had a series of topical questions about conducting business in what has become – according to many polls – the world’s most vibrant shipping hub.…

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  • Hong Kong Market Report 2015

    Today sees the launch of Splash’s first magazine – a special on Hong Kong. More than 250 people were surveyed in compiling this groundbreaking market report on the key Asian shipping hub. The glossy magazine features a survey where the private sector outlines its wishlist for the local government to act to up the city’s maritime status. Elsewhere, Splash looks at how the Hong Kong Shipping Register, the fourth largest…

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  • SinoShip Autumn Issue 2015

    Dalian: The latest issue of dual language SinoShip magazine launches today, with Splash readers able to access the full edition free of charge. On the cover is Lu Xiaozhong, president of Minsheng Industrial (Group) and chairman of Minsheng Shipping, who says shipping must get used to China’s “new normal” of slower economic growth. As well as our regular features the magazine includes special legal and ports features. SinoShip, founded in…

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