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Port strike not doing Hong Kong any favours

Posted to Far East Maritime (by Greg Knowler) on April 3, 2013

A port strike is not something normally associated with Hong Kong, but the biggest terminal operator in the city has been crippled for six days now, with no sign of a resolution. Hongkong International Terminals, or HIT, says the strike is costing it more than US$600…

WHO SHOULD BE THE DESIGNATED DRIVER?

Posted to BoatbuildConsult.com (by Phil Friedman) on December 16, 2009

Just about every boatyard uses the expression, “On time and on budget.” But in reality, how many major build or refit projects meet those criteria? Very, very few, if any. There is a plethora of factors working to prevent a project from coming in on time and on budget.