Tag: Shipping

Where the apple falls…

I didn’t orchestrate this – my little guy picked this book out of the shelf all by himself. Amidst all the colorful children’s books, he apparently thought 19 months was a good age to start learning about ships 😋 Way to go!! Monday morning and a proud mom laughing! Might be he’s already damaged by…

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From Sunny Oslo to Singapore

   On my way to Singapore for the Norwegian Asian Business Summit, and 3 hectic days with insights and business meetings, before I’m back in Oslo Friday morning. Staying with good friends from Wilhelmsen (Ingrid & Kibo), I’m really looking forward to the next few days!     Last trip to Singapore I spoke at the…

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#TheNewBlue – Ocean industries meet the digital age!

This morning is spent at the prestigeous Bristol hotel in Oslo, where more than 200 top executives from Norwegian & international shipping are gathered to hear the latest perspectives from leading industry voices at the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association’s annual conference. This blog post will be updated frequently today. Equipping prominent shipowners and senior power players…

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Voices of the World

Amazing to see how an unknown writer of a small blog can actually reach out across the world… A tiny example to demonstrate how social media and a connected world changes us radically. As consumers, 90% of everything we eat, use, buy and enjoy is transported by ships. The cheapest and most environmental friendly mode…

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Watch out! Digital Iceberg ahead!

Some months into my new role, there hasn’t been too much time for writing work related articles – or at least writing something worth sharing.  We all know that the maritime industry is facing numerous challenges, not only here in Norway, but globally. This always comes with new opportunities, but they don’t come for free.…

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Regjeringsfolk og mentale bropilarer #Haugesundkonferansen2015

Vi har vært i Haugesund og snakket med flinke folk! Tirsdag for halvannen uke siden skulle samferdselsminister Ketil Solvik-Olsen snakke om regjeringens nye havnestrategi, og arbeidet med å få mer last fra land til sjø. En av de store fordelene med å få større deler av godstrafikken bort fra veiene, er at tungtransporten påfører samfunnet store kostnader både…

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