Ferry Business

in association with

Spring/Summer 2020

Ferry Business Spring/Summer 2020

Executive Editor: Jon Ingleton
Editor: Rebecca Gibson

Published in association with Interferry, the Ferry Business section of the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with executive interviews.

Ferry Business opens with a commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan who explains the association’s new vision for helping to shape the future of the global ferry industry. Next up is a roundtable where Shipshape Consulting’s Simon Johnson asks the leaders of Brittany Ferries, FlexIT, Stena RoRo and Wärtsilä how they predict new technologies will help ferry operators to reduce their environmental impact.

Elsewhere, P&O Ferries’ Peter Hebblethwaite discusses North Sea ferry travel, Max Tan explains why Majestic Fast Ferry is a trailblazer and Irish Ferries’ Andrew Sheen reflects on an exciting year. In addition, Bernard Dwyer talks about Spirit of Tasmania’s hosting the Interferry conference, Torben Carlsen shares insights into his new role as chief executive of DFDS and Mary Ann Pastrana explains the reasons for Archipelago Philippine Ferries Corporation’s continued success.

Closing Ferry Business, industry expert Michael Grey outlines how South Pacific ferries could be made safer.


There’s plenty more too – enjoy the issue!

Magazine highlights

Supporting ferry industry ambitions

Mike Corrigan explains how Interferry is shaping the ferry industry’s future

Sustainable technology

Four executives explore how new technology is reducing their environmental impact

Digital solutions

Torben Carlsen shares insights into his new role as chief executive of DFDS

Staying strong

Irish Ferries’ Andrew Sheen reflects on an exciting year

A year of expansion

Mary Ann Pastrana on Archipelago Philippine Ferries Corporation’s growth

A Singapore trailblazer

Why Majestic Fast Ferry is a trailblazer, according to Max Tan

Magical moments

P&O Ferries’ Peter Hebblethwaite discusses North Sea ferry travel

Making South Pacific ferries safer

Michael Grey outlines how South Pacific ferries could be made safer