Since acquiring former tanker pool specialist Heidmar from TMS Group in November 2020, CEO Pankaj Khanna has grown the company’s commercial management business from six to nearly 60 vessels. He talks to ICS about what it takes to succeed and grow in an evolving shipping market.
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Bjørn Højgaard, CEO of shipmanager Anglo-Eastern, talks to Leadership Insights about post-pandemic crewing challenges and supporting shipowners on the path to decarbonisation.
The Lloyds Open Form (LOF) contract for vessel salvage is undergoing a major revamp in response to declining use by the maritime community.
The Black Sea Grain Initiative (‘the Initiative’) was recently extended by 120 days to 18 March 2023 under the original conditions, after all parties reached agreement.
Fuel savings promised by energy efficient technologies may not lead to similar EEXI and CII improvements, experts have warned as shipowners prepare to comply with the new measures.
If shipping has traditionally viewed itself as an isolated industrial niche, the recent COP27 climate talks in Egypt might just shake that perception.
Ship technology suppliers are aiming to submit a proposal to IMO on improving data sharing to appease growing discontent among shipowner customers.
The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) has forged stronger links with the shipping sector to accelerate green energy transitions.
The International Chamber of Shipping warns shipowners how they report their Carbon Intensity Indicator will have a big impact on future efforts to improve the measure