Flemming Bo Larsen: Nice – or necessary?

Flemming Bo Larsen: I had to go down and convince people, hammer on doors in every shipping office in London, Hamburg, Singapore. The message? Slow steaming wasn’t just possible, it was plausible.

“I was trained for the sea and I had no other idea in mind, but a few years ago I found myself between roles and landed, temporarily, in one of Maersk’s offices – where I had a view over the company’s entire charter fleet,” said Flemming Bo Larsen. “Seeing it, ...

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