Vessel efficiency will be key to employability

Speaking to an audience of shipping finance specialists, Dr Adam Kent, MSI’s Managing Director, noted the boom in the container ship sector has been mainly supported by inefficiencies such as port congestion. It has been a driving force in the container ship and to some extent, the dry bulk sectors, with trade and tonne-miles only telling part of the story. Read more on Riviera

Vessel efficiency will be key to employability

Podcast: In Focus – Shipping markets and shipbuilding impact

MSI Director, James Frew, talks to The Maritime Podcast and puts the spotlight on the outlook for the shipping markets and shipbuilding, including the developing orderbook, alternative fuels and new ship types. Listen to the podcast here Seatrade Maritime

Podcast: In Focus – Shipping markets and shipbuilding impact

Rigs report: global floater utilisation to hit 90% by 2024

Prospects in South America, notably Brazil, are brightening both for floaters and offshore support vessels (OSVs), particularly for larger anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) and platform supply vessels (PSVs), according to MSI. Read more in  Riviera Maritime Media

Rigs report: global floater utilisation to hit 90% by 2024