January 2015 issue of Horizons out now

Associations, Classification Societies, Communication, Corporate Social Responsibility, HR, Press and Media, Reports — By on January 8, 2015 at 1:29 PM

horizons_jan15_thumbnail-webstoreThe story behind the building, approving and classing of the world’s largest vessel,  Pieter Schelte, leads the January 2015 issue of Horizons, LR’s marine magazine.

Read about another LR first, the conversion to methanol-as-a-fuel of the Nordic cruise ship Stena Germanica, the first methanol-powered sea vessel. And the importance of getting your company image right as V.Ships celebrates its 30th birthday with a rebrand.

These are just a few of the news items we feature in the 36-page magazine. Plus the latest LR awards and wins from around the globe.

A PDF of the magazine can be downloaded now at www.lr.org/horizons. Hard copies can be requested from the editor Christopher Browne at chris.browne@lr.org.

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