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MSC will sail slower and abandon unprofitable routes

MSC is in the midst of a large-scale process aimed at ensuring increased reliability and efficiency. This includes having ships sailing slower, and the company wants 2M partner Maersk Line to join in, President and CEO Diego Aponte tells Lloyd's List.

Several initiatives will help ensure better services and reduced losses at MSC, says President and CEO Diego Aponte. Photo: MSC

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DFDS Chief Exec preparing for Brexit disruptions into 2019

There is a need for clarification about Brexit, says DFDS Chief Executive Niels Smedegaard, which in the third quarter noted how freight volumes on the English routes are now being affected. "It is a blanket of uncertainty that covers most of Europe right now," he tells ShippingWatch.

Maritime companies aim to safeguard their talents

Although bright minds are in high demand in the entire maritime industry, bulk carrier Clipper has opted not to have any specific talent programs. Read on to learn why. And see how Semco Maritime shapes its talents.

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