As the shipping is becoming more and more interested in reducing its emissions, Chris Chatterton, COO of the Methanol Institute, discusses about the challenges arising from decarbonisation for the maritime sector. The next decade and beyond will be far more complex for the shipping industry than the previous one and the carbon challenge sits behind every analysis, Mr. Chatterton argues.
In our special column this time, we are pleased to host an interview with Mr. Nick Brown, Communications Director, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore who says that by accident or luck, PR and communications felt right for a career in shipping, which is a indispensable part of the modern world trade, both a challenging and important industry.
Mrs Shaw says that studying for her professional qualifications was a worthwhile career investment, even if it impacted negatively her social life for a short time. Also, she suggests to only focus on the important things and delegate others when necessary. Overall, it is important to ‘work to live not live to work’ she concludes, meaning that it is worth putting family, and friends first as much as possible.
In our special column this time, we are pleased to host an interview with Mr. Elias Kariambas, Business Development – Greece, ABS, who tells us a few words about his current role and admits that he really enjoys working in this demanding industry.
In our special column this time, we have the pleasure to host an interview with Mrs. Christine Valentin, Board Member & Chief Operating Officer, World Ocean Council (WOC) who explains us the vision of WOC toward ocean sustainability as well as her career path, inspiring us to believe in ourselves and support every professional choices we make.
SAFETY4SEA Team met with Mr. Suresh Sinha, Managing Director, and Mr. S. Patil, Business Development, of the Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) to discuss about industry’s key challenges and their expansion plans in the Greek market. Since opening its Greek office in 2010, based in Piraeus, IRClass has been actively engaged with Greek shipyards and owners to offer its full range of classification services.
When it comes to ship recycling, transparency is the top priority, SSI argues; in this regard, it is important shipowners to share information on their ship recycling policies and practices, allowing their data to tell their story. Responsible ship recycling is an important part of being a responsible industry, SSI concludes.
While the voting procedure for the 2019 GREEN4SEA Awards is open, Mr. Dimitrios I. Mountzouris, Managing Director, Hellespont Steamship Corporation, refers to his company initiatives toward safety and environment, noting that these two are equally important for the shipping industr
While the voting procedure for the 2019 GREEN4SEA Awards is open, Mrs. Sarah Zitouni, Business Development Manager, Lean Marine, notes that shipowners need simple, efficient and green solutions to comply with the environmental challenges and explains how its “FuelOpt™ system may be perceived as such a solution by shipowners.
While the voting procedure for the 2019 GREEN4SEA Awards is open, Mr. Hiroshi Uehara, Deputy General Manager, Technology Innovation Unit, Smart Shipping Division, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd shares best practices to comply with environmental regulations citing his company’s initiatives, for which MOL has been shortlisted in the ‘Dry Bulk Operator’ category among other distinguished nominees
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