This week's top stories on ShippingWatch

This week ShippingWatch reported on a new shipping Bachelor and Monjasa's growth focus following a good year, and brought a big interview with the CEO of Maersk Supply Service.

The slightly shorter week on ShippingWatch following Pentecost did not bring a shortage of good stories.

Maersk Supply Service's CEO talked about strategy and his own career

Maersk Supply Service ready to grow

Maersk Supply Service: Brazil has disappointed

The Maersk CEO's five turning points

Monjasa mapped its developments

Monjasa wants to grow more in niche markets

Monjasa downplays LNG expectations

Swedis tonnage tax appeared on the horizon

Swedish shipowners: Tonnage tax is a lifeline

Copenhagen Business School (CBS) launched a new Bachelor program

New shipping Bachelor to expand with US university


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