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Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - Top stories in May

Audio-Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - Top stories in May

The dark fleet and safety dangers, secondhand ship prices, mega-port developments, regulatory pressures, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.

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.

In this episode Marcus and Gary discuss

  • The worrying state of the Venezuelan tanker fleet
  • Seafarer welfare and shore leave restrictions
  • Secondhand ship prices
  • The dark fleet
  • Regulatory pressure
  • Women in maritime
  • MSC hitting 5m teu slot capacity
  • Port Klang’s mega expansion plans
  • Price challenge for alternative fuels
  • OSM Thome merger completion

Listen to the episode now in the player above or the app of your choice below

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Links to stories featured in this episode

PDVSA tanker fleet flirting with disaster

Seafarer Happiness Index dips

Secondhand to newbuild price ratios signal shipowners’ sentiment

The dark fleet - creeping anarchy in the world’s oceans

Seatrade Maritime & Logistics Middle East

MSC containership fleet to hit 5m teu capacity this month

Malaysia moving ahead with ‘game changer’ Carey Island mega-port 

Price the biggest challenge in adoption of alternative fuels: Eaglestar

OSM Thome merger approved - CEO Norbye focuses on building a single organisation

Barber Ship Management building a presence in the tanker sector

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