The Marine Professional's industry reporter, Ines Nastali, won two categories at the Seahorse Club Awards, which recognise journalists and editors from across the supply chain and maritime industry for their outstanding writing. One of the awards won was the first of its kind, the "Journalism on Innovation Award". Ines also won the "Newcomer of the Year Award".
Twelve winners were chosen and awarded for articles, publications, and social media campaigns covering topics from the North Sea Passage to Amazon’s investment in transport and innovative ship design.
Lloyd’s List’s Janet Porter, Editor-in-Chief, was named Seahorse Journalist of the Year and was also the John Richman Lifetime Achievement Award winner.
“Janet is a phenomenal journalist, who is much loved by industry contacts and her newsroom colleagues. Her passion for the subject at hand and attention to detail are second to none and she is a force within any organisation.” said Peter Owen, Chairman, The Seahorse Club.
The Seahorse Club is a networking group for journalists and professionals in the freight transport, shipping, and logistics sectors founded in 1963.