Concluding our shipmanagement magazine coverage we turn to the back page where columnist Manish Singh lays out the change imperatives for the sector. Within this decade, shipmanagement will be materially redefined, not only as an offering, but also the market map itself ... Shipmanagement is in desperate need of re-imagination.
What will change for the business of shipmanagement in the remaining years of the 2020s? ... According to RajeshUnni, the CEO of Synergy, the role of a shipmanager has already evolved away from the older fee-based relationship with an owner to one that is essentially a technical and thought partnership.
The latest instalment from our brand-new shipmanagement magazine. In the previous edition of our Shipmanagement MarketReport we were rightly criticised for not featuring the views of clients, the shipowners, enough ...That’s a point picked up by Mark O’Neil, head of shipmanager major Columbia Management, who points out.
“Joining a well-run and forward-investing shipmanagement club,” he says, “comes with the automatic benefit of a high-end digital solution – and one where there is space for individual customisation.” ... This article is one of many reports carried in our brand new 68-page Shipmanagement MarketReport.
As with any consumer or business, shipmanagers have had to fight soaring inflation issues over the past year ... Ian Beveridge, CEO of Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), admits shipmanagement fees remain a “challenge” ... The current shipmanagement model is not sustainable, he says. “Shipmanagement has become a volume game.
Much of Splash’s brand new shipmanagement magazine is focused on how the business model of the shipmanagement sector will change with many contributors sure the old ways of doing business are set to be jettisoned ... Ripping up the old parameters for how we judged shipmanagers evolving, Unni claims.
The brand new 68-page Splash Shipmanagement MarketReport takes the pulse of the sector ahead of what will unquestionably prove to be a tumultuous few years ahead. Shipmanagement has been though its own period of consolidation over the past decade, but remains far too fragmented.
China’s Seacon Shipping has embarked on a fleet modernization program by ordering two multi-purpose vessels at a total cost of $83.1 million at Huang HaiShipbuilding, a development that is aimed at preparing the company for global expansion ... Seacon traces its roots back to 2012 when it launched its shipmanagement business in Hong Kong ... ....
Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM) shows commitment to innovation and cutting-edge technology with the trial of the new internet service Starlink, created by technology disruptor Elon Musk. Innovation leaders, the ship management arm of the Columbia Group, Columbia Shipmanagement ...
TsakosColumbia Shipmanagement, founded in 2010, has come to a close ...Despite this merger setback, Columbia has been busy expanding its global footprint. In June last year the company signed an agreement with Aurus Ship Management to explore shipmanagement opportunities in the Indian market ... .