Ports & Shipping Industry Vol.2 No.2
In this issue of PSI – which should hit mailboxes early-May – find out about upcoming trade shows Breakbulk Europe (pg 31) and TOC (pg 46). PSI will be there to speak with companies like yours. Email us if you’d like to meet up.
In Belgium, we cover the Port of Ghent (pg 8), where their future depends on a sea lock across the border. In South Asia, we follow the growing need for dredgers in India (pg 22) and explore the desolate shipbreaking situation that plagues places like Bangladesh, Pakistan and India. Thankfully ship owners and the NGO Shipbreaking Platform want to do something about the beached ships broken apart by hand (pg 54).
To read the full Editor’s Note (from Commercial Director Marco Geels this time), view the contents of this issue and find out what the latest ‘Word on the Sea’ is with me in Bergen, Norway – download the preview pdf below. New to PSI? Email us to purchase this issue or get a subscription today (email@example.com).
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