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This is the May 15, 2017, FULL EPISODE of VICE News Tonight on HBO. In Greece, shipping is one of the few industries which students can count on for steady prospects for work. The U.S. uses satellite photos to predict North Korea's next nuclear move and VICE News talks to Lucian Wintrich, the 28-year-old blogger for Gateway Pundit, one of several pro-Trump sites given White House Press Credentials. Watch VICE News Tonight Mondays through Thursdays at 7:30 PM ET on HBO. Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from t...
Answered by George Prokopiou - Athanasios Martinos - Dr. Nikolas Tsakos. (Abstracts) 5th Analyst & Investor - Business & Investment Opportunities Across Shipping Sectors 06-06-2016. Moderator: Mrs. Sofia Kalomenides, Partner, Central & Southeast Europe Accounts, Business Development Leader & Capital Markets Leader, EY. The complete discussion can be found here: https://youtu.be/a1OBy-Ux_kY
Posidonia, the international shipping exhibition, has long been established as one of the major calendar events of the shipping industry, and Posidonia 2016 attracted the most influential personalities from the Greek and international shipping community and major companies and organisations active in all sectors of the shipping industry. The international exhibition Posidonia first took place in 1969 and has been taking place every two years ever since. Posidonia 2016 was the largest in terms of exhibition space and most publicised event in the exhibitions’ almost 50 year history and has become the largest trade show in Greece. Posidonia 2016 had 1.825 exhibiting companies from 90 countries and was attended by 22.366 visitors from 101 countries. The exhibition had 19 national pavilions fr...
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4th Hydra Shipping Conference The Course of Greek Shipping: From Aegean to Wall Street Saturday, September 15th, 2012, Historical Museum - Museum of Hydra Panel session: Greek Shipping and international financial markets Martin Stopford, Managing Director (CRSL), Clarkson PLC Nathanael Mauclair, Senior Manager - International Listings, NYSE Euronext, Inc. Michael Bodouroglou, Chairman & CEO, Paragon Shipping Inc. Ion G. Varouxakis, Chairman, President and CEO, FreeSeas Inc. Manolis A. Vordonis. Concluding Remarks by the Conference Chairman George Xiradakis, XRTC Business Consultants Copyright © 2011- 2012 www.maritimes.gr All rights reserved
Greece is still the largest shipping country in the world in terms of dry/bulk cargo and tanker fleet capacity, despite the growing presence of China which ranks third, just behind Japan. Abu Dhabi based National Petroleum Construction Company (NPCC) has contracted Chinese shipyard Zhenhua Heavy Industries for the construction of their DLS 4200 derrick lay vessel developed by Ulstein Sea of Solutions (USOS). Keppel opened its new integrated safety training facility, the Keppel Safety Training Centre. Located at Keppel Shipyard in Tuas, the Centre offers a complete range of safety training and certification courses in both trade-specific and broad-based skills for its workforce across all levels.
8th Annual Greek Shipping Forum Private Equity Moderator: Mr. Stuart McAlpine, Partner - Clyde & Co. LLP Panelists: Mr. Costas Karagiannis, Operating Partner - Apollo Management International Mr. George Elliott, CEO - Naftilia Asset Management Mr. Rolf Wikborg, Partner - Sino Energy Capital Management, Hong Kong Mr. Fredrik Falch, Head of Shipping Corporate Finance – Arctic Securities
Στα 10α βραβεία 'Greek Shipping Awards' την Παρασκευή 29 Νοεμβρίου που διοργανώνει η ναυτιλιακή εφημερίδα Lloyd's List, το βραβείο της κατηγορίας "Greek Shipping Personality of the Year" απενεμήθη στον Γιώργο Προκοποίου της Dynacom,Dynagas .
Greece's economy has been hit hard by the financial crisis but its shipping industry remains competitive. Greek operates the biggest merchant fleet in the world – at least 3,500 oceangoing vessels, generating business worth $18bn a year at home – more than six percent of the Greek economy. The government hopes the country’s flagship business can help turn the economy around - but ship owners are not so sure. Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Athens.
http://www.FT.com/ The FT's shipping correspondent, Robert Wright, explains why despite the country's economic woes, Greek ship owners look likely to emerge ahead of their German counterparts. For more video content from the FT, visit the Financial Times video section at: http://www.ft.com/video
Hundreds of key shipping personalities and their guests were there to enjoy the drama as the winners were revealed. The awards annually highlight some of the year’s top performers and finest moments.
CAPITAL LINK GREEK SHIPPING LEADERSHIP AWARD Honoring Professor Costas Th. Grammenos CBE DSc LRF Chair in Shipping, Trade & Finance Chairman, Costas Grammenos Centre for Shipping, Trade & Finance Cass Business School, City, University of London Presentation/PDF Introductory Remarks by Dr. Anthony Papadimitriou President to the Board of Directors of Alexander S. Onassis Foundation & Dr. Nikos P. Tsakos Chairman - INTERTANKO; President & CEO - Tsakos Energy Navigation
The 12th Anniversary of the Greek Shipping Awards hosted a record number of guests at the biggest awards gathering in the shipping industry. Hundreds of key shipping personalities and their guests were there to enjoy the drama as the winners were revealed. The awards annually highlight some of the year’s top performers and finest moments.