As sanctions are growing in popularity as a political tool, the escalation in the use of sanctions puts increasing pressure on the shipping industry. The Executive Interview Kishore Rajvanshy: The biggest challenge in is piracy In each issue, the Bulletin interviews a shipping executive. In this edition, Kishore Rajvanshy, Managing Director of Fleet Management Limited, talks about the stressful piracy threat and his personal journey from the Thar desert region to Hong Kong. Shipping will face tough competition in decarbonisation race On the road to decarbonisation, the shipping industry will be in tough competition with other industries for fuel, and targeting the large ocean- going vessels will be key. Studying the world of Formula 1 and the airline industry, Shell now records and analyses hundreds of datapoints per second per vessel in a bid to manage every molecule as efficiently as possible. NEW Did you know that you can read the Bulletin on your tablet?
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