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Tom Mulligan - UK

Lisa Overing - Florida

Birthdays are always a good time to re? ect, and as Maritime Reporter & and a dozen eNews that delivers the

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Engineering News celebrates its 80 anniversary under our current ownership, information when and where you

Peter Pospiech - Germany

William Stoichevski - Scandinavia

I think it is appropriate, in this our Annual Yearbook edition, to look at both the evolu- want it. We have a staff of more than

Production tion of the maritime industry and our titles. 20 editors and contributors situated

Irina Vasilets

Nicole Ventimiglia

What’s the same? The maritime industry remains the most cost-ef? cient and effec- in key locales globally, reporting

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Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager

Esther Rothenberger, Accounting many cases, it is the only way. While the industry often gets categorized as slow to in- need to know. Our presence extends

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In the case of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, and in fact our entire family dIn which is the largest maritime


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Paul Barrett

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Founder: suppliers and sub-suppliers, consuming weeks instead of hours and more overnight

Gregory R. Trauthwein

John J. O’Malley 1905 - 1980 mailing services and fees than I care to remember.

Editor & Associate Publisher

Charles P. O’Malley 1928 - 2000

Today our single title has evolved into a family of ? ve print magazines, 10 websites

John E. O’Malley 1930 - 2019

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