Home HRPress and Media IHS Weekly alert – Letter from the Editors: Richard Clayton and Neil Wiese

IHS Weekly alert – Letter from the Editors: Richard Clayton and Neil Wiese

by admin


TOC Middle East
Letter from the Editors: Richard Clayton and Neil Wiese

Soon, we will be launching a new website,  Fairplay.IHS.com, which will replace the existing IHS Maritime 360 site and deliver in-depth, analytical stories each day focused on key segments of the industry. The new website will be accessible to anyone free of charge on a limited-usage basis, while Fairplay magazine subscribers will be given unlimited access to the website.
Beware the lady in red
Beware lady in red
We live in an age of volatility. For some, volatility is exciting, challenging, and stimulating. For others, it’s frightening. Maritime businesses are mostly capital-intensive and operate on a long-term horizon.
Download Here
More from IHS Maritime 360
NeptuLink offers vessels affordable 4G
Seafarers now demand for the same sort of instant communication that is available ashore. To meet
this need, Microwave Vision Group (MVR) has recently launched NeptuLink, which brings 4G capability to vessels operating up to 20 nm offshore.
Download Here
MORE IHS Maritime 360 NEWS
>> DSME’s debt ratio could exceed 4, 000% as greater loss expected Read more
>>  Calais claims rail ‘motorway’ first  Read more
>> Two more bulk carriers detained in Singapore  Read more
 >> Antwerp port joins race to set up Iran trade links  Read more
>> Brazil may bring relief to dry bulk market  Read more
Subscribe to IHS Safety at Sea
IHS Safety at Sea is the no.1 choice for
ship-owners and managers looking to
improve the safety and security of their
vessels, crew and cargoes.
>> Hong Kong approves measures to ease port congestion  Read more
>> Port operator Cosco Pacific revenue down  Read more
>> Damen moves 22 ships in single load  Read more
>> KDB offers help to DSME, with strings attached  Read more
>> Carnival continues Chinese expansion  Read more
Bulker sellers pre-empt the ‘Daiichi effect’
As the Japanese operator files for bankruptcy, the dry cargo glut looks set to worsen, reports IHS Maritime’s S&P correspondent.
Bjorn Tonsberg
Subscribe to IHS Dredging and Port Construction
Twitter Facebook Linkedin Twitter Google Plus
IHS Maritime IHS Maritime IHS Maritime IHS Safety at Sea IHS Maritime


Americas: IHS Global Inc. 15 Inverness Way East, Englewood, CO 80112, USA
EMEA: IHS Global Ltd., Willoughby Road, Bracknell, Berkshire RG12 8FB, UK (company no. 00788737)
APAC: IHS Global Pte Ltd., 8 Marina View, #12-01 Asia Square Tower 1, Singapore 018960

You may also like

Leave a Comment