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Quality Tells

In life, as in art or scotch, the phrase “quality tells” resonates throughout.  In maritime, however, quality has taken on a more dangerous aspect when it relates to marine fuels.  In the past month alone, there have been multiple issues…

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What’s in a Name?

Shipping has been abuzz for the past couple of years about autonomous ships.  I have seen demonstrations of an OSV in the North Sea being operated remotely from San Diego, and the proposed project transiting three ports in Norway without…

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Changing of the Guard

Two weeks ago saw the passing of CMA CGM’s Jacques Saade- a man who believed passionately in the transport of merchandise through containerization and built a company which now ranks third in the containerline sector. It was my pleasure to…

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Honoring the Mariner

This week, we honor mariners and the contributions they make to transporting more than 90% of the world’s goods and energy.  They are the backbone of our industry, enabling ships to be the engine of global trade.  They are also…

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