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Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - April

Catch up on last month’s maritime news in just a few minutes with The Maritime Podcast.

The latest episode of Maritime in Minutes takes the listener on a short journey through some of the most significant and interesting stories in the world of maritime that happened during the month of April

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.

The episode features – Frontline and Euronav merger; The reality of green fuels; Green corridor developments; Supply chain disruption to last into 2023; Wartsila Russian write-offs; Shanghai lockdown hits ports and logistics; P&O Ferries debacle goes from bad to worse; and EU compliant ship recycling in the US.

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

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Links to stories featured in this episode:

Frontline and Euronav plot merger in all stock deal

Facing reality on availability of green fuels for shipping

Chile to create green corridors network

Global supply chain disruption to continue into 2023

Wartsila take EUR200m hit, downscales Russia operations

Shanghai lockdown: Disruption grows to logistics, shipyards and production

P&O Ferries debacle goes from bad to worse

First European owned vessel recycled at yard in the US

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