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The Lloyd's List Podcast: Where the Greeks lead, others follow

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your free weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping

On the Lloyd’s List Podcast this week our Greece correspondent Nigel Lowry join editor Richard Meade to discuss how the Greek shipping sector is coping with Covid and dealing with decarbonisation as the industry prepares for a digital Posidonia week of forums


The Greek shipping community have always been wilfully contrary bunch in their attitude and outlook – it’s still the case that where the Greeks lead in countercyclical plays others follow and even in these capital constrained times it’s a brave analyst who bets against the Greek owner’s ability to turn a global crisis into an opportunity. 

That said, there are fault lines emerging in shipping right now and the sustainability of the Greek traditional business models is being tested.

The tectonic shifts of decarbonisation and digitalisation and enforced transparency, be it the political, regulatory or financially enforced variety, are all to some degree at odds with the staunchly private, some might argue opaque nature of the Greek model that has powered them through so many other challenges to date. 

So in advance of our Posidonia Forum on October 26 (register here for free) Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade is joined by our very own Greek oracle, the Pythia of Pireaus, our Greece correspondent Nigel Lowry to discuss the current status of Greek shipping sector. 

Enjoy the Lloyd’s List Podcast and remember you can now subscribe via iTunes and Spotify, as well as most other podcast providers. And make sure you are registered for a free account on Lloydslist.com so you can receive our Daily Briefing e-mail.






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