Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - November 2023 in review
Drastic cuts in Panama Canal transits, Houthi militia attack vessels and take seafarers hostage, and the Filipino seafarer influencer, and much more on the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.
Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener through November in maritime with his top picks that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News.
Featured in this episode
- Panama Canal transit reductions impact
- Biofuels study
- Australian national fleet plan
- DP World Australia cyber-attack
- Is an old ship a bad ship?
- Seafarer salaries
- The seafarer influencer
- Shipping under attack in the Red Sea
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Links to stories featuered in this episode:
Panama Canal making drastic cuts to booking slots as drought worsens
Oldendorff study finds biofuels stability and degradation issues
Australia commits to developing national strategic fleet
DP World resumes Australia port operations after crippling cyberattack
Over 20 – is an old ship a bad ship?
Seafarer salaries jump 10 – 15% but could level off in 2024
Meet Ivan Guzman the seafarer influencer with 2.2 million followers
Release innocent seafarers, end attacks on ships immediately: ICS