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Who are the key influencers and what is their strategy?

The ninth edition of Lloyd’s List Top 100 People, covering the most influential personalities in the shipping industry, offers a valuable glimpse into leading companies’ business strategies. Will John Angelicoussis, Xu Lirong, Li Jianhong, Robert Uggla and Søren Skou buy or sell vessels? Invest in scrubber technology for the IMO’s 2020 sulphur cap? Who will buy or sell companies?

Our journalists conduct first-person interviews with target individuals as well as colleagues, analysts and industry commentators, providing you with a complete picture of the industry’s key influencers such as: George Prokopiou, John Fredriksen, the Saadé family, Eyal Ofer and sons, Paddy Rodgers plus many more. We highlight what’s expected, what is happening now, and what has happened in 2018. 

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