On the go and on demand, The Maritime Podcast, brought to you by Seatrade Maritime, delivers news and updates on shipping's most pertinent topics and conversations. With a focus on the leading trends in the industry. Hosted by a team of highly experienced correspondents across, Asia, the Middle East, Europe and America, The Maritime Podcast has a focus on operational, regulatory and technology related topics, including interviews with key executives – all free to listen to.
Market Talks: Drewry Managing Director, Tim Power and Seatrade Chairman, Chris Hayman
This week’s Markets Talks episode of The Maritime Podcast features a conversation between Drewry Managing Director, Tim Power and Seatrade Chairman, Chris Hayman, discussing the state of the Middle East maritime industry in the wake of the COVID pandemic.
Tim and Chris discuss how the container, tanker and port sectors all coped with the pandemic, their future prospects for recovery post-COVID, and the benefits of a career in the maritime industry to the youth of the Middle East.
Maritime in Minutes: March 2021
The episode covers the closure of the Suez Canal following the grounding of the Ever Given and the impact on shipping, how the Covid-19 pandemic has spurred take up of the e-bill of lading, increased methanol and ammonia as alternative fuels, and the continued growth of the Greek controlled fleet.
In Conversation with Erik Hånell, President & CEO of Stena Bulk
In this latest In Conversation episode of The Maritime Podcast, Marcus Hand talks with Erik Hånell and takes a deep dive into the thinking behind Stena Bulk’s InfinityMax concept design, and how all, or parts of the design, which combines wet and dry bulk, could be adopted in the coming years.
Discussions also focus on future fuel choices including methanol and hydrogen, and how shipping will meet its decarbonization targets in both the near and longer term.
In Conversation With Punit Oza About Mentorship
In this latest episode of the Maritime Podcast Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand sat down with Punit Oza, a well-known senior executive in Singapore and beyond to talk about an issue for which he has a real passion – mentorship.
Punit Oza’s career has spanned dry cargo shipping and chartering, digitalisation and arbitration. Currently the Executive Director of the Singapore Chamber of Maritime Arbitration and a Director with Klaveness Asia he believes strongly in handing down knowledge from one generation to the next in shipping. In this episode he talks about the mentorship he received early in his career, why he feels it so important today, and working with others in the industry create a mentorship scheme.
Maritime Masterclass: Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou President, WISTA International Joint Chief Executive Officer, Tototheo Maritime
In this episode, Despina Theodosiou Theodosiou, President, WISTA International and joint CEO of Tototheo Maritime reflects on her career as we address one of the industry’s most topical issues – gender equality.
Maritime Masterclass: Jasmin Fichte Managing Partner, Fichte & Co
In this episode, Jasmin Fitche Managing Partner of Fichte and Co takes us through her career journey to becoming one of the industry’s most prominent maritime lawyers.