CLIENT: Royal HaskoningDHV
ASSET WRITTEN: Two blog posts
AUDIENCE: Port owners and shipping authorities
PROJECT MANAGER: Chloe
The first blog post, published in celebration of World Maritime Day, aimed to inspire those working in the maritime industry. It took a look back at the trends of the last year – and forward to how the industry can create real-world change.
The post proved successful, so we created an additional World Maritime Day follow-up blog to give further insight into how those in the industry can adopt more sustainable practices. This blog post took a deeper dive into tangible measures that ports and shipping authorities can take to lessen their effect on the planet.
Radix copywriter Claire says: “It was great to work on something out of the ordinary – celebrating ways the maritime industry is striving to be more sustainable. It was a joy to construct and write these blogs, and see positive change happening in what can be a pretty doom-filled world.
“Getting to work on a follow-up asset from an enjoyable project is always exciting. It’s a great feeling when a client appreciates your work enough to want more. And that’s heightened on projects about such an important subject.”
"It’s always a pleasure to work with the team at Radix as they are very helpful, timely and open to feedback. They have a clear understanding of the needs in the maritime industry and the current drivers for ports – in particular, the journey towards net zero and mitigating climate change. The team’s proactive thinking to support our content is also very much appreciated."
Marieke Jansen, MarCom Manager – Maritime