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Chad P. Bown (Peterson Institute for International Economics) hosts a podcast about the economics of international trade and policy. From trade wars to trade deals, this podcast covers trade developments with insights and economic analysis from one of the world's top trade geeks.
 
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who make the world go around. Listen to the maritime professionals sharing their passion for shipping and how they see the future.
 
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To be able to make a difference in someone's life. In episode 188, you will listen to Alice Amundsen, Vice President/Senior Adviser Gard AS. She has been the Head of People's Claims, which means that she has been able to make a difference in other people's lives. We talk about the difficulties during the pandemic in giving medical assistance to cre…
 
An uncertain world and the impact on logistical chains Freddy Jönsson Hanberg is the Head of Strategic Advice at MW Group and what he doesn't know about the geopolitical hotspots is not worth knowing. Listen to how someone outside the maritime industry views us. What is your view? Please drop me a line at hello@shippingpodcast.com…
 
Supporting the maritime future Lotte G. Lundberg, Director of the Danish Maritime Fund, has a long career in the maritime industry. She has been with the AP Moller group for 39 years and has experienced much development. Lotte is now at Denmark's hub for research and innovation through the Danish Maritime Fund. It's so interesting to hear how the D…
 
Get stuff done! Meet Joshua Berger, Founder & President/CEO Washington Maritime Blue, in episode 185 of the Shipping Podcast. We speak about #innovation #tech #sustainability #diversity, and Joshua shares the idea behind Washington Blue Maritime. Since we are both passionate about the idea of clusters, we also discuss what we can learn from other i…
 
Digitalisation for real Pernilla Trygg, who comes from a family of mariners, went to sea in 1996 and then studied to become a Chief Engineer. She has been working at the sea for several years and is now a surveyor for a classification society. Pernilla is the proud Owner of the M/S STOCKHOLM, trading to Svalbard. It's Pernillas hobby, she says, but…
 
Shipping - more than only the maritime leg of the supply chain that is obvious to Peter Sand, Chief Analyst Xeneta and maybe now we can hope that the world can see the importance of shipping and the people working in it. Peter asks us to put everything in perspective; the Evergiven, the Pandemic, and the Ukrainian crises. Of course, he is right. He…
 
Visionary leaders to raise the profile of the maritime industry that is what we need! Jan Dieleman, President of Cargill Ocean Transportation, is an excellent example of the leaders we need. Listen to our conversation about sustainability, diversity and inclusion, recruitment, the next generation and where we can see progress in these areas. What d…
 
Global trade is impossible without transportation, and every country relies on maritime trade to sell what it has and buy what it needs. Since there is more transportation on the water than onshore, maritime transport is dependent on trade. That's why this episode is all about trade. Cecilia Malmstrom, Former EU Commissioner for Trade and now a non…
 
This episode introduces a maritime industry sector where the fuel to ships is handled. We meet Eugenia Benavides, Directora Marinos, Organización Terpel S.A. She gives us insights into a part of the industry that is also changing to keep up with changing times. Of course, I cannot help myself, and I have to ask about what it's like to work in a mal…
 
I have had a wonderful conversation about how well the maritime industry matches the tech industry when attracting the next generation and the talents that we need. I spoke with Caitlin Hardy, Vice President, Programs, Kongsberg Maritime Inc., and am happy to share this in the 179th episode of the Shipping Podcast. We also speak about the culture o…
 
Meet Sofia Lundmark, Master Mariner, who loves her work and is very honest about that. She loves the lifestyle of a seafarer, and she knows she will always be working in shipping. We discuss digitalisation, electronic paperwork, HSQE Health, safety, quality and environment, and why. We touch upon the fact that few people see the reason behind all r…
 
With over 15 years of experience in Maritime Emergency Response and Business Development, Lindsay Malen–Habib, Manager Client Services, Resolve Marine Group, knows all there is to know about salvage. Lindsay is the first guest on the Shipping Podcast with a second appearance. If you want to listen to her first interview, search for episode #54 or h…
 
Welcome to the 176th episode of the Shipping Podcast. It was some time ago since I released a solo episode. I want to convey the message of collaboration. We must work together to change the profile of the maritime industry. I have been releasing this podcast for more than six years now, and I can see that things are changing. It just takes so long…
 
At the age of six, I wanted to be a pirate. How little did I know that I would meet real pirates in my professional life? Meet Ursula Dockerty, Emergency Response Team Leader at Shell International Trading & Shipping Company Ltd, a Master Mariner passionate about the maritime industry. She is amazed by seafarers creativity and resilience. Without t…
 
In this episode, you will be meeting a true leader, an experienced Harbour Master, Master Mariner, Experienced Marine Advisor, General Manager and Non-Executive Director; her name is Captain Jeanine Drummond. We speak about the importance of modern leadership, which is somewhat different from traditional leadership, which has been prevailing in our…
 
Making maritime your port of call by describing an industry that is global, green and going digital. THE PLACE TO BE. Ley Hoon Quah, Chief Executive, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, MPA, sounds very enthusiastic when describing the maritime industry. She has seen the potential for our industry to become one of the most wanted workplaces b…
 
According to Patrick Verhoeven and the IAPH, Smart, Autonomous, and Integrated is the signum of a future port. Listen to Patrick talking about what areas the trade association for ports around the world has identified as focus areas moving forward. Bunkering - alternative fuels, which and how much? Onshore power - cold ironing ports Incentives - ho…
 
People don't like change. Famous words of the interviewee in this episode, Hans Hederström, Consultant, Marine Consultancy Group. Listen to Captain Hederström and the impact he has had on the development of maritime safety and especially Bridge resource management. We get to hear the story of how the Center for Simulator Maritime Training, CSMART, …
 
In episode 170, an interview I did IRL, you meet Frank Relou, Business Development and Commercial Manager, Sea Machines Robotics EMEA, who came to Gothenburg on his business trip. I had the opportunity to sit down with him and discuss autonomous shipping, AI and Internet of Things, among other things. When can we expect autonomous ships? Can the sa…
 
Welcome to the 169th episode of the Shipping Podcast. I am celebrating six years as a podcaster and am thinking back about how I recruited interviewees initially and how it went from there. I speak about the importance of good sound quality, stubbornness, and support to make this journey a success. Do you want to contribute to my future success? Wo…
 
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