Seatrade Maritime Review, Issue 4 sample pages
The ambitious Belt and Road Initiative continues to gather pace, winning support from nations along the way as well as further afield, reports Bob Jaques.
Hellas Maritime 2017
Hellas Maritime, official Posidonia magazine
Hong Kong Maritime & Port Industry
A profile of the Hong Kong maritime and port industry designed to inform the local, regional and global maritime community
SMM Green Shipping Guide 2017
Rising fuel costs, excess tonnage, proliferating legal regulations – today’s challenges are tomorrow’s opportunities. They are also a strong incentive to make your vessels, operations and logistics more efficient.This edition includes...
How the Maritime industry is both learning from and leading cyber security thinking
Download the whitepaper from Inmarsat which examines how the maritime industry is both learning from and leading cyber security. Written by Paul Dorey, Sponsored by Inmarsat.
Offshore Market Report 2017
Stay on the pulse of the global offshore industry with this free report from Seatrade Maritime News, in association with Clarksons Research.
Seatrade Maritime Review, Issue 2 - 2017 sample pages
Seatrade Maritime Review is the essential read for anyone passionate about the maritime industry and is the must have table top read for those keen to stay informed on the latest in-depth news and developments. 
The 2020 IMO 0.5% fuel sulphur regulation
In this whitepaper you can explore the few options Shipowners have to choose from to comply with the regulation, while refiners are expected to make changes to refinery configuration and production in response to market demand.
Singapore Report 2017
Singapore’s rise as an international maritime centre has been well documented with a strong build up of shipowners and service providers from around the world in the boom times.
The Next Generation of Offshore and Workboats Seafarers
The latest Seatrade Maritime News whitepaper provides you with a comprehensive overview of this growing challenge and examines how a lack of experienced seafarers could reach a critical point in the future.
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