Greece’s shipping industry is the stuff of which legends are made, and now more so than ever.
Since the global economic crisis of 2008-09 Greek owners have bounced back, ordering sophisticated new tonnage and strengthening their grasp on market sectors like tankers, LNG/lpg carriers and containerships, as well as their traditional forte of dry bulk. Indeed Greek owners won garlands for both the Lifetime Achievement - for Capt. Panagiotis Tsakos (pictured) - and the Young Person in Shipping at this year’s Seatrade Awards in London, showing how the Hellenic maritime industry is constantly renewing and reinventing itself. Greek shipping remains a vital contributor to the wealth and wellbeing of Greek society as well as to international trade in general… which is the theme of this year’s edition of Hellas Maritime - official publication of the world’s most prestigious shipping event, Posidonia.
The aim of Hellas Maritime remains simple – to highlight those developments within the Greek market that are of most importance to the international community, while at the same time reporting on global issues that are of special significance to the Greek shipping community.
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