Inside the early warning system of global trade, according to Alan Murphy

June 5, 2020 Alex Lennane

If you see Sea Intelligence’s Alan Murphy named on a conference programme, you inwardly cheer and rush to get a good seat. (Better still, is to find him in a bar afterwards) But in a world without bars or events, perhaps the next best thing is to read an interview with him.
Here, he explains the importance of blank sailing data as an indicator; about how one-quarter of carriers would be ...

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