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By working closely with its clients from the early stages of their respective projects, offshore marine contractor Scaldis has come to be recognised as a leading international specialist in marine heavy lifting, transportation and installation works

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When Serco was awarded an extension to its contract to manage and operate NorthLink Ferries in April 2018, it was no surprise that Transport Scotland had trusted the international services company to continue providing a lifeline service for freight and passengers for the Northern Isles, on the routes connecting the Scottish mainland with the Orkney and Shetland islands

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The superyacht remains one of the more spellbinding sights to sail the seas and, as Will Daynes discovers, 2018 has proven that demand for these luxury vessels shows no sign of sinking beneath the waves

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Strategic infrastructure developments have marked Solent Stevedores’ activities in the past 12 months

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When Land, Sea & Air last spoke to Manuel Tirado at the Gibraltar Port Authority (GPA) in November 2017, he was working as acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Captain of the Port

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Measuring 2.6 square miles and bordering the Spanish region of La Linea, the importance of Gibraltar has been recognised for centuries

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Operating from the archipelago of the Orkney Islands in the Northern Isles of Scotland, Orkney Ferries has represented a vital community transport link to the islands since the 1800s

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Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) is the ferry operations part of its parent company David MacBrayne, one of Scotland’s largest logistics companies, and has for the last six years been led by its Chief Executive Officer, Martin Dorchester

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The Port of Hanstholm handles 400 tonnes of fish every day, but at one point it almost didn’t exist

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A great entrepreneur can come from anywhere, and it is likely that people working with these individuals would have no idea of the influence they will go on to have on the world

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