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Linton Nightingale

Deputy Editor

London

Linton is Lloyd's List's deputy editor. He is also editor of Lloyd’s List’s monthly special reports and annual publications, including our end of year ranking of the 100 most influential people in shipping. 

An award-winning journalist, he specialises in the global container market with a particular focus on Europe, writing regular market reports, features and commentaries, whilst keeping our readers up to speed with the latest breaking news from the box industry.

Prior to his position at Informa, Linton was editor of a respected maritime trade journal at a UK publication house.

Linton is also a diehard Tottenham Hotspur fan and proud father to his daughter Luna.

 

Latest From Linton Nightingale

Cowboy colleges in the Philippines exploiting would-be seafarers

Private maritime colleges in the Philippines promising students a pathway to a career at sea often lead to a dead end, says IMEC chief

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Subsidies a must for EU emissions regulations to hit home

Star Bulk’s Charis Plakantonaki adamant that unless the bloc introduces subsidies to incentivise shipowners to decarbonise the cost of compliance will see the EU’s regulatory measures flatter to deceive

Posidonia Sustainability

FuelEU could prove pivotal decarbonisation disruptor, says ABS chief

The new regulation will have stronger incentives as well as penalties and could make real change, Chris Wiernicki told a Posidonia event

Sustainability Classification

Absence of green fuel guidance leaves Greek owners in state of flux

Posidonia forum suggests Greek owners have little appetite to hedge bets on alternatives fuels amid so much uncertainty, continuing instead to drive efficiency through the existing fleet

Posidonia Sustainability

Containerised trade continues rally through first quarter

Box volumes maintained upward trajectory in March, but the latest figures flatter to deceive the long-term trend

Containers Europe

Colombo cashes in on Red Sea rerouting at expense of Saudi majors

Transhipment traffic may have ground to a halt in the Red Sea, but Sri Lanka’s hub-and-spoke specialist has reaped the rewards of the trunk liner trades’ southern migration. For ships rerouting around the Cape of Good Hope, Colombo is positioned as an unrivalled wayport option for Middle East and Indian subcontinent cargoes

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