New York correspondent, Seatrade Maritime
Barry Parker is a New York-based maritime specialist and writer, associated with Seatrade since 1980. His early work was in drybulk chartering, and in the early 1990s he moved into shipping finance where he served as a deal-maker and analyst with a leading maritime merchant bank. Since the late 1990s he has worked for a group of select clients on various maritime projects, also remaining active as a writer.
Barry’s Recent activity
As technologies start to mature the 2020’s decade will see a revolution in business according to Chris Clott a director of New York Maritime Innovation Center (NYMIC).
New interpretations of how US cabotage law the Jones Act applies the offshore sector by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) are causing concerns for domestic offshore vessel owners.