Trauthwein, Greg

Trauthwein, Greg

Editor
Gregory R. Trauthwein has covered the global maritime market for more than 25 years, today serving as Editor & Associate Publisher with full content responsibilities for four b2b trade publications, 10 websites and a dozen Enewsletters serving the global maritime, offshore, subsea and energy sectors. The lead title is Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, since 1939 the world’s leading largest audited circulation b2b magazine serving the global maritime sector.
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Interview: Caroline Yang, CEO, Hong Lam Marine & President, SSA

May 14, 2024

Caroline Yang, by anyone’s standard, is a busy woman. She is the CEO of Hong Lam Marine, a Singapore ship owner, which owns, operates and manages its own fleet of 33 vessels. She also is the president of the Singapore Shipping Association [SSA]…

One-on-One: Rob Langford, VP, Global Offshore Wind, ABS

Apr 23, 2024

As the U.S. offshore wind industry endures a predictable number of stops and starts during its adolescence, common mantras are ‘learn from the established European model’ and ‘embrace technology transfer from the offshore oil and gas sector…

Got Propane?

Apr 11, 2024

As maritime, port and terminal operators embark on the path toward a reduced emission future, the Propane Education & Research Council’s (PERC) Jim Bunsey states the case for adding propane to the mix: American-sources, plentiful and increasingly renewable and ‘green’.

Preparing for Change, ABS Enhances the Marine Vessels Rules Book

Feb 27, 2024

As maritime faces transcendent changes in regards to decarbonization, digitalization and automation, innovators from inside and outside of the industry will be challenged to deliver new applications and technologies with increased speed and frequency…

ARC Keeps the Cargo Rolling

Feb 21, 2024

With a fleet of nine U.S.-flag RoRo ships, American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier Group (ARC), is the U.S.’ premier commercial RoRo carrier of U.S. government and military cargo.  As the world becomes an increasingly contentious place, Eric P. Ebeling…

Marine Power R&D Insights: Matt Hart, Wabtec Corporation

Feb 13, 2024

Matt Hart, Manager & Platform Leader, Marine & Stationary Power Systems, Wabtec, offers insights on how the megatrends of decarbonization, energy transition and autonomy all inspire and impact the marine power solutions from Wabtec.Matt, to start us off…

Houthi Rockets Wreak Havoc on Middle East Container Shipping

Jan 17, 2024

As the Houthis recklessly launch drone and missile attacks on commercial ships in the Red Sea, carriers and shippers will pay as some marine traffic reroutes around South Africa. Peter Sand, Chief Analyst, Xeneta, discusses with Maritime Reporter…

Robotics in the EngineRoom

Dec 14, 2023

When talk turns to autonomous ships, a first question always centers on how routine and emergency repair and maintenance will be conducted. Trey Taylor, Director of Digital Innovation, Fairbanks Morse Defense (FMD), discusses FMD’s research and development on next-gen engine room robotics…

The Case Grows for Propane as Fuel in Ports, on Vessels

Dec 14, 2023

As vessel owners and port terminal operators search for the tools and the fuels to achieve decarbonization goals, Jim Bunsey, Director of Commercial Business Development, PERC, makes the case for propane premised on its availability, logistics infrastructure and ease of transition with machinery.

Interview: Juha Kytölä, Director of R&D and Engineering, Wärtsilä

Dec 12, 2023

As maritime faces transcendent changes in terms of decarbonization and automation, Juha Kytölä, Director of R&D and Engineering, Wärtsilä, discusses how this Finnish maritime technology powerhouse is investing in the technologies and facilities…

Container Shipping Quagmire Continues

Dec 11, 2023

Calling bottlenecks at the Panama Canal chokepoint a ‘slow burning disaster’, with one vessel operator reportedly paying nearly $4 million to ‘jump the line’, Peter Sand, Chief Analyst, Xeneta, examines the key market trends that will drive the container shipping sector in 2024.

"AI is the Game Changer"

Dec 04, 2023

Austal USA Advanced Technologies is working with the US Navy on technical solutions that will power the next-gen of navy assets. Don Hairston recently took the helm of the AAT team, and discusses how additive manufacturing and artificial intelligence are powering the future of naval asset design…

Meet the CIO: Erika Graziuso, Crowley

Nov 21, 2023

Erika Graziuso, Chief Information Officer, Crowley, brings a breadth and depth of non-maritime experience to bear in her quest to drive Crowley’s digital transformation in the name of decarbonization, holistic transportation efficiency and crew attraction and retention…

Maritime Safety Finds a Future in the Cloud

Nov 01, 2023

Orca AI, headquartered in Israel and founded in 2018, has a simple yet complex premise: develop and deliver an intelligent safety platform for the maritime industry to prevent collisions. To date it has attracted attention and business globally…

Green Propane Offers a Path to Net Zero

Sep 21, 2023

As ship owners and port and terminal facilities alike envision a future with drastically reduced emissions, propane is emerging as a viable option premised on its existing availability, infrastructure and environmental footprint compared to diesel…

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