Under the radar: A Taipan dips his toes in the shipping waters
Whither Swire and its transpacific adventure?
Premium enjoyed a couple of days last week wandering around Rotterdam in the sunshine before diving into the TOC exhibition and conference, where my cheerful and optimistic disposition was smashed to smithereens by a presentation from cleantech firm Cavotec.
It is estimated by their EMEA regional product manager for its MoorMaster system, Vikesh Dhanpat, that some 300 seafarers and dockworkers a year are killed in accidents during vessel mooring operations, often when mooring ropes snap under the immense strain of securing ...
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