New chair for Interferry

John Steen-Mikkelsen, chief executive of Danish operator Danske Faergerm is the new chairman of trade industry body, Interferry. He succeeds Mike Grainger – managing director of Liferaft Systems Australia and chairman of TT Line Spirit of Tasmania - who was an Interferry board member for 12 years and chairman for the past six.  New board directors are Bernard Dwyer, chief executive of Spirit of Tasmania, David Sopta, CEO of Croatian ... [+]

EU pays the ferrymen – not enough

The new chief executive of the Interferry trade association, Mike Corrigan, called for more European Union involvement and investment in the ferry sector at European Shipping Week in Brussels on 27 February. He asked why only 3% of total European transport funding is devoted to ferries despite the sector’s major ... [+]

Ferrymen face Brexit conundrum

The ferry sector could be hit especially hard by Brexit UK Chamber of Shipping chief executive, Guy Platten, CEO will tell the Interferry trade association at its annual conference in Manila on 17-18 October. Platten, who will be giving the keynote speech at the gathering ,is expected to say that while ... [+]

New boss for Interferry

Darrell Bryan, formerly president and chief executive of North American operator, Victoria Clipper, has started work as interim chief executive of the Interferry international ferry community body, following the retirement of Len Roueche. [+]

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