Published in association with Interferry, the Ferry Business section of the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with executive interviews.
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Ferry Business opens with a commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan who highlights the latest activities the association has embarked on to help the global ferry sector overcome key issues. Next up is a roundtable where director of Shipshape Consulting Simon Johnson asks the leaders of BC Ferries, Brittany Ferries, Red Funnel and Stena Line about their initiatives for reducing their environmental Impact.
Elsewhere, Niels Smedegaard tells us how preparing for a no-deal Brexit will help DFDS improve passenger services, while Andrew Sheen talks about Irish Ferries’ investments in new ships and routes. Dan Bridgett explains how Dufry is helping P&O Ferries with its comprehensive customer experience improvement strategy. Plus, David Gudgel shares the secrets behind Clipper Navigation’s success since it became the first to operate a high-speed catamaran in North America 32 years ago.
Closing this edition of Ferry Business, William MacLachlan from international law firm HFW offers a legal perspective on the impact of Brexit on UK- and Ireland-based ferry operators, and industry expert Michael Grey weighs up the pros and cons of cabotage.