New ShippingWatch magazine out now

The first-ever Danish Maritime Days kicks off today in Copenhagen. ShippingWatch has produced a special issue print magazine to mark the occasion.

Photo: Carsten Bundgaard

Why is Maersk Line the only container carrier that persistently manages to make money in the industry? How does the new IBIA Chairman plan to eliminate bunker fraud?

Get the answers to these questions in our new magazine, where you can also read about Europe’s four shipping dynasties, the next generation of maritime CEOs and much more.

Find the magazine here


Enjoy the reading!

Tomas Kristiansen



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