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Where there is high financial assets, legal regulation¬†or commodity movement lies corruption; done with different motivations and endgames. Corruption is legally defined as a fraudulent intention to bypass prohibitions of law. Corruption is also defined by abuse of official positions and/or stations with actions contrary to duties and obligations for personal or third party benefits. […]

The maritime industry is full of professionals who are experts in their own fields. However, upon encountering another aspect of the industry when attending to some operations it is important to note that experts know more about their own profession therefore less about aspects not in relation to them. Therefore, leaving a conclusion that working […]

Henderson International has been operating from Dubai, UAE for 29 years and with a back catalog of successful maritime operations and vessel designs it is worth looking back and describing what went into each of them; giving insight to our approaches and attitudes towards our work and contributions towards the international maritime sphere. Along with […]

September 19th 2014 IMO introduced a new panel to address new LNG/Liquid Natural Gas ships and optimise eco-friendly vessel designs to work better under current situations. As with every new and ambitious innovation, side-effects are present as LNG ships are, arguably more dangerous; with examples ranging from making ships more prone to explosions and being […]