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Podcast: Maritime in Minutes – January 2023

The latest episode of Maritime in Maritimes features two marriages and two divorces, cyber-attacks, CII warnings, and much more.

Seatrade Maritime News Editor, Marcus Hand, and Europe Editor, Gary Howard, discuss and comment on the stories that stood out on Seatrade Maritime News during the last month and it’s fair to say 2023 has started with a bang.

In this episode Marcus and Gary discuss –

  • The Euronav – Frontline debacle
  • Thome and OSM’s merger plans
  • Maersk and MSC calling time on the 2M alliance
  • The final pieces of the puzzle for the North Standard merger
  • Mega-bonuses
  • CII and the risk to vessel supply
  • Commitment to training cadets
  • A cyberattack on DNV

You can hear about all these stories and much more by listening now to the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes  in the player above or on the app of your choice.

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Links to stories featured in this episode

Evergreen pays employee bonuses of up to four years salary

CII could pose serious risk to LNG ship supply

More than 80% of box and bulk ships to fall in lowest CII ratings - GMS

Manager Su-Nav committed to having cadets on every ship

The generation game

70 clients hit by DNV ransomware attack

DNV ransomware attack ‘concerning’: Cyber Threat Analyst

‘Scale is important’ - Thome and OSM to merge

OSM Thome interview – Growth, size, and crew pool

2022 validated merger decision: North P&I and Standard Club

Maersk and MSC to disband the 2M alliance in 2025

Frontline abandons Euronav merger

Euronav fights war on two fronts

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