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Extra. Extra. Do you have nose for news? If you don't then where have you been all your life? News is almost everywhere and anytime. What's new and what's hot are frequently talked about. News are reported over radio and TV broadcasts; written on daily tabloids and broadsheets; and webcasted via the Internet including the most recent news about shipping.
Some people may consider shipping news as nobody's cup of tea, but for some shipping news plays an important role on their everyday living. For instance, ship builders rely information taken from the news regarding the latest mode of ships introduced in the marketplace. Vital resources can be generated from latest report about shipbuilding technology. Likewise the who's who in the industry is featured. The likes of Sir George Burns of Scotland, Greece-born Aristotle Onassis, Cornelius Vanderbilt from New York, USA may have rang a bell among shipping enthusiasts in their respective countries. At point or the other these shipping magnates had been the center of interest among rumor mongerers and news reporters.
Regular travelers who ride sea crafts like fast ferries, hydrofoil, barges, and cruise liners need everyday doses of shipping news. Anyone who wants to know the shipping schedules of the different shipping companies may take a look at the newspaper section intended for travel. Others may access via online through the company's website. Visitors in Naples, Italy who plans to visit the nearby islands in the Campania region are more likely to hear the shipping news schedule. Tourist who wants to take a closer look of the Statue of Liberty will definitely benefit from shipping news column that contains the schedules of ferry service to and fro the island.
Big logistic companies, shipping carriers, freight forwarders are likewise in search for the most recent news in the shipping industry. New breakthroughs and milestones in shipping are reported that will help the many men and women behind this big industry. News that will improve their lives or threaten otherwise. The competition at play among leading freight service companies serve as a grapevine. Each player in the shipping industry will be delighted to hear the recent scoop about the latest project of his or her competitor. Every word that comes of the mill and would circulate around is regarded as precious bit of information that will help the company in any way to a better position against the competing company.
Such activity in the industry is not only happening in the world of shipping. It is also prevalent to all types of industries. Now who said that shipping news is nobody's cup of tea?