Mazin Hussein

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Lefteris’ love of ships

Five-year-old Lefteris Giotopoulos loves putting pencil to paper, drawing his favourite subject, ships. His colourful and detailed drawings range from cruise ships, rescue boats and cargo vessels, however his favourite one is of The Titanic.       One asks why ships? Quite simply, in the words of Lefteris, his[…]

Dan inspired by colourful containers

Kaufman is no stranger to this route through the busy port in Georgia, as it is where most of his ‘shipping shots’ have happened in previous work. In his previous project, Rothko, Kaufman used the MarineTraffic app to track a ship’s movements and take a quick look at the Arrival[…]

Serving a unique region

It’s peak hour in Athens on a Friday afternoon, and MarineTraffic Sales Executive Dimitris Sousoudis is rushing back to the office from a series of meetings in Piraeus. Stuck in traffic, he uses the time to make some follow up calls to clients to make sure they are getting the[…]

World Port Hackathon – a great experience

Last week I had the privilege to attend the World Port Hackathon part of the World Port Days celebration of the Port of Rotterdam. The Wereldhavendagen is a festival by the Port of Rotterdam that aims to strengthen the bond between the port, the town and its natural hinterland. Over[…]

Rotterdam ready for World Port Hackathon

The World Port Hackathon kicks off in the port city of Rotterdam in less than two weeks. After three successful editions, this year’s edition promises to be a great success as well! The World Port Hackathon revolves mainly about big data and technology. During the Hackathon, teams work on challenges[…]