Market forces and technology are pushing shipping and logistics companies to rethink the way they operate.
Defining decarbonisation goals, developing alternative fuels and pursuing rapid digitalisation have all become strategic imperatives.
HC Group partners a wide range of transportation and logistics companies, providing access to next-generation talent across a range of sector and functional specialisms.
- Dry Bulk
- Gas Carriers
- Executive Management
- Operational Management
- Commercial Management
- Corporate Functions
Laura joined HC Group in 2021 & is a Portfolio Director working within the Liquid Fuels & Chemicals practice in London.
Victoria ToddAbu Dhabi
Victoria joined HC Group in 2019 and works within the EMEA Liquid Fuels practice.
Andrew WatsonSão Paulo
Andrew joined HC Group in 2015 and is responsible for managing Latin America.
Jonathan KimuraSão Paulo
Jonathan joined HC Group in 2021 and is focused on the commodities and natural resources in Brazil.
Joseph joined HC Group in 2022 and works within the Liquid Fuels & Chemicals practice in Houston.
Premesha McDonald (nee Motha)Singapore
Premesha joined HC Group in 2015 and is a Director working within the Metals and Minerals practice in Singapore.
Robert Wells joined HC Group in 2022 and works within the Liquid Fields and Chemicals practice in London.
The Container Shipping Market with Peter Sand
The container shipping market, the lynchpin of global commerce, is in turmoil. Why the turmoil?
Navigating the Tanker Market with Richard Matthews
What drives the tanker market? What are the short- and long-term impacts of the pandemic?
How can commodity traders use technology to work with shipping companies?
A more fundamental challenge in the shipping workflow is the fragmentation of information.
In Conversation with… Cem Saral
Damian Stewart speaks to Cem Saral, Group Chief Executive, Cockett Marine Oil
In Conversation with… Ioannis Martinos
Damian Stewart speaks to Ioannis Martinos, Chief Executive, Signal Group
The challenge to meet unpredictable demand from IMO 2020
With shippers switching to low-sulphur fuels, the oil industry faces a period of volatility as buyers choose a new fuel.
IMO 2020 to drive focused talent demand – Part II
As the IMO 2020 fuel standard draws closer, the industry questions the availability of low-sulphur bunker fuel.
Digitalisation to attract fresh talent
The digitalisation of the shipping sector could attract the new talent that it will need to run its enhanced operations.
IMO 2020 to drive focused talent demand
The IMO’s sulphur limit on bunker fuel will come into force in January 2020 and drive demand for specific talent.
Clean market tipped for change
Analysts have been picking up on shifting patterns in the clean tanker market and looking ahead at further change.