The exhibitor experience with GONDAN Shipbuilders
GONDAN Shipbuilders is a renowned company in the high-tech shipbuilding industry and a repeat exhibitor at Nor-Shipping. We spoke with Nadia Serantes, Marketing & Commercial Executive GONDAN, to hear about their Nor-Shipping experiences.
Nor-Shipping Ocean Insights with Matthew Duke
Nor-Shipping Ocean Insights are bite sized interviews with the thought leaders, innovators and business people seeking to realise the huge potential of the ocean space. This week we get insights from Matthew Duke, Group CEO, Grieg Star.
We are pleased to offer an ‘early bird’ discount, with those registering by 30 January at the latest qualifying for the 2019 stand fee. After this point the stand fee will increase.
Diversity key to unlocking maritime sustainability
It’s good to talk, but it’s time to act, states Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou, CEO of Tototheo Maritime and President of WISTA International. In this interview she gives her opinon on why a changing world, with changing technology, demands a changing maritime workforce.
Nor-Shipping Ocean Insights with Julian Bray
From now up to Nor-Shipping 2021, taking place in Oslo and Lillestrøm, 1 - 4 June, we’ll meet a diverse range of key individuals from maritime and beyond, accessing their insights to help you plot your own course into the future.
Pia Meling of Massterly, the world’s first company set up to operate autonomous vessels, is more focused on getting trucks off the road than unmanned vessels on the water. With major players now preparing to set sail, is this the start of a transportation revolution?
European Union clears $4bn capital boost for Nord/LB
German lender's capital ratio to rise to around 14% as it restructures
De Chateauvieux's plan to save Bourbon blocked by ICBC Leasing
Bank takeover could be the only game in town as French family set to lose control of OSV giant
Prima Marine tanker spending spree to continue in 2020
Thai shipowner said to have its eye on further VLCC tonnage as well as aframaxes and MRs
Belships adds another two ultramaxes to its fleet
Since July, the Oslo-listed owner has added a total of six Japan-built ultramaxes to its fleet, almost all of which will arrive in 2020
Monjasa opens up in Houston to supply LSFO
Danish bunker and tanker group establishes new US base with dedicated barge fleet
China showcases its shipbuilding power at Marintec
Newbuilding contract signing, new ship designs and debates on key topics in shipping all took centre stage at the event