Felicity Landon

Felicity Landon

Ports Correspondent, Seatrade Maritime

Felicity Landon is a freelance journalist specialising in the ports, shipping, transport and logistics sectors. She has worked in the maritime sector since 1990.

Landon was named Supply Chain Journalist of the Year at the 2012 Seahorse Club Journalism Awards.

New P&O route part of Brexit-related trend

October 3, 2019

P&O Ferries’ decision to launch a freight service between Calais and Tilbury is part of a trend as operators start to look "beyond Brexit", according to Charles Hammond, chief executive of Forth Ports, which owns the port of Tilbury. Read More

MSC Flaminia fire exposure warning for tank container operators

September 30, 2019

The MSC Flaminia fire and trial should serve as a warning to tank container operators of their potential exposure in the event of an accident involving hazardous cargoes, and that they must take responsibility for the cargoes being carried, a TT Club seminar has been told. Read More

Shipping, legalised cannabis and blockchain

September 12, 2019

Should cannabis be legalised? How do blockchains work? The two topics might seem unlikely bedfellows but were drawn together in a shipping seminar organised by Hill Dickinson as part of London International Shipping Week. Read More

UK ports and Brexit – ready or not?

February 5, 2019

Prepared or not prepared? That’s quite a question. According to a survey on preparedness for Brexit by Odgers Berndtson, only 16% of about 100 UK ports and harbour authorities have made any ‘significant or practical’ plans for Brexit, but 59% expect a negative or strongly negative impact.

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UK Maritime 2050 – Three decades or nine weeks?

January 25, 2019

These days it is almost impossible to discuss or view anything taking place in the UK except through the Brexit prism. Truly, it’s hard to remember a time when it was otherwise. What on earth did we used to talk about?

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