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From the CSA president, David Jean-Marie

Staying competitive in a brave new world

The brave new world of maritime trade, fueled by the growth of mega ships, is quickly coming to terms with significant issues related to competition among shippers and supply chain efficiency.

The advent of increasingly large ships has led to a reduction in the number of carriers that can efficiently operate on a route, and this has precipitated the rise in carrier mergers and alliance activities that are dramatically reshaping the shipping landscape.

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OUT NOW – ISSUE 31, May 2017

SPECIAL REPORT: Curaçao

Featuring:

❯ INTRODUCTION

❯ ST ANNA BAY

❯ CONTAINER TERMINAL

❯ TUG OPERATOR 

❯ MEGA PIER 

❯ DE RUYTER TRAINING

❯ DAMEN SHIPYARD

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PROFILE: Wilfred de Gannes

Taking shiprepair to a new level

Wilfred de Gannes is the driving force behind the renaissance of Trinidad & Tobago’s shiprepair sector and a key figure in the construction of a new shipyard at La Brea that will largely cater for LNG carriers. It’s a bold move – one in which Mr de Gannes is taking the lead in matching Trinidad’s powerful position in the LNG export market with its long-standing local shiprepair expertise. Mr de Gannes spoke to Caribbean Maritime about his life and plans.

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