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Sal Mercogliano

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Latest 25 Jun 2022 | Updated Daily

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#145 Sal Mercogliano (Highlight) - Lessons From Being On The Ocean

Vonheim

Sal Mercogliano is the Chair of the Department of History, Criminal Justice and Political Science at Campbell University in North Carolina. He is a former merchant mariner, and the author of Fourth Arm of Defense: Sealift and Military Logistics during the Vietnam War. Sal is a frequent contributor to gCaptain and other maritime outlets. Lastly, he is also the brilliant host of What’s Going On With Shipping on YouTube. The popular Maritime Show that breaks down global shipping in an exciting way,In this highlight we cover: - The difference between working afloat and ashorePartnerQuartr is the new way of doing company research. Their first mission is to enable access to conference calls, investor presentations, transcripts and earnings reports as frictionless as possible – straight to your pocket. Their second mission is to create a completely new way for companies to reach their investors, and vice versa - to change the way people look at Investor Relations. Our initial core product is now available for both iOS and Android, and stay tuned for additional features during the coming year. Quartr is 100% free, include companies from 12 markets today, and plan to add more during the year. Download the app here: https://quartr.se and follow them on twitter here.Follow Vonheim on Twitter and YouTube:YouTube: Christopher VonheimTwitter: @chrisvonheimThe Frantzen & Vonheim LetterJoin our letter to receive first hand insights from us: eepurl.com/htJXsT See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

12mins

2 Jun 2022

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#145 Sal Mercogliano - Shipping Makes The World Go Around, Lessons From The Sea, And How To Build A Maritime Career

Vonheim

Sal Mercogliano is the Chair of the Department of History, Criminal Justice and Political Science at Campbell University in North Carolina. He is a former merchant mariner, and the author of Fourth Arm of Defense: Sealift and Military Logistics during the Vietnam War. Sal is a frequent contributor to gCaptain and other maritime outlets. Lastly, he is also the brilliant host of What’s Going On With Shipping on YouTube. The popular Maritime Show that breaks down global shipping in an exciting way,In this episode we cover: - How Sal got the shipping bug- The difference between working afloat and ashore - Why Japan, China, and Korea dominates ship building- The role of US in Maritime and Shipping going forward- Sal’s best advice to make a great career in the industryPartnerQuartr is the new way of doing company research. Their first mission is to enable access to conference calls, investor presentations, transcripts and earnings reports as frictionless as possible – straight to your pocket. Their second mission is to create a completely new way for companies to reach their investors, and vice versa - to change the way people look at Investor Relations. Our initial core product is now available for both iOS and Android, and stay tuned for additional features during the coming year. Quartr is 100% free, include companies from 12 markets today, and plan to add more during the year. Download the app here: https://quartr.se and follow them on twitter here.Follow Vonheim on Twitter and YouTube:YouTube: Christopher VonheimTwitter: @chrisvonheimThe Frantzen & Vonheim LetterJoin our letter to receive first hand insights from us: eepurl.com/htJXsT See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

54mins

30 May 2022

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Dr. Sal Mercogliano Joins the American Maritime Podcast

AMP: American Maritime Podcast

Tune in to the latest American Maritime Podcast for a timely conversation about the importance of American Maritime to America’s national security. AMP Secretary and Treasurer Sara Fuentes interviews Dr. Sal Mercogliano, associate professor of History at Campbell University in North Carolina where he teaches courses in World Maritime History and Maritime Security. He is also an adjunct professor with the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. A former merchant mariner, he sailed and worked ashore for the U.S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command.Key topics include:The historical importance of a strong American MaritimeWhy the Jones Act is key to US national securityWhat would happen if the Jones Act went away

16mins

13 Apr 2022

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3-2-22 *INTERVIEW* Sal Mercogliano 'What is going on with shipping?'

The Ross Kaminsky Show

20mins

2 Mar 2022

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The History of Shipping with Sal Mercogliano

Everything is Logistics by Digital Dispatch

You’ve likely heard the phrase “if you don’t study history, you’re doomed to repeat it.” So why has much of the shipping world operated in a silo, where we’re just chugging along, making the same mistakes, and not learning from each other? That’s what we’re diving into today with maritime history professor Sal Mercogliano as well as where we stand in the marketing world. After all, the history of shipping is the history of the world and a good marketer needs to know this historical perspective compared to the present-day if they’re going to be good at storytelling. Follow Sal Mercogliano on TwitterCheck out Sal’s show “What’s Going On With Shipping” on YouTubeConnect with Blythe via her website or on Linkedin, YouTube, and TikTok

40mins

20 Jan 2022

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Campbell University's Sal Mercogliano - Supply Chain Issues - 10-16-21

The John Loughlin Show

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11mins

16 Oct 2021

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#22 - Dr Sal Mercogliano - Connecting the World

Property, Australia's Favourite Obsession

The week we are joined by Dr Sal Mercogliano from the Campbell University in North Carolina, USA. Sal is one of the most knowledgeable people on the planet when it comes to the history of canals around the world and it is VERY clear throughout how big an impact these canals have had on different populations and the land prices that surround them! Get in touch with us if you're after an easy passage through the real-estate investment market!To learn more about Sal or to get in touch you can follow the links below:About Dr. Sal Mercogliano: https://directory.campbell.edu/people/sal-mercogliano/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mercoglianosPodcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-maritime-history-channel-by-the-north/id1517275525LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/salvatore-mercogliano-ph-d-95437729As always, check us out on our website and socials below:https://pafo.com.au/Instagram: @pafopodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/pafopod/Twitter: https://twitter.com/pafopodYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj_6mrKV2WzVCQmjyn-jrhQAny opinions or recommendations expressed do not purport to be Financial Advice but rather should be considered General Advice only as they do not take into account your personal needs, objectives or financial circumstances. You should therefore consider these matters yourself before deciding whether the advice is appropriate to you and whether you should act upon it. Should Financial Advice be sought, we suggest you seek such advice from an appropriately qualified advisor. While useful for identifying patterns, history and past performance are no guarantee of future performance. There is inherent risk and the possibility of losses when investing just as there is the possibility of profits. Any examples provided are for illustration purposes only. Any views and opinions expressed by our guests are their own and are not necessarily endorsed nor do they necessarily reflect the views of the presenters, Calnan Flack Pty Ltd or PGW Financial Services Pty Ltd. No representation or warranty is given as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions expressed. Jeremy Calnan (AR 244353) and Calnan Flack Pty Ltd (ACN 165 717 448 AR 446976) are Authorised Representatives of PGW Financial Services Pty Ltd ABN 15 123 835 441 AFSL 384713.No part of this production may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permissions of the authors. ©Copyright 2021 All Rights Reserved.

1hr 20mins

19 Aug 2021

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Sea Control 240 – Ever Given: The Ship That Launched 1,000 Memes with Dr. Sal Mercogliano

Sea Control - CIMSEC

By Jared Samuelson Dr. Sal Mercogliano joins us to discuss what happened with Ever Given, the impact of blocking the Suez Canal, details of the salvage operation, the complexities of modern logistics, and his favorite memes! Download Sea Control 240 – Ever Given: The Ship That Launched 1,000 Memes with Dr. Sal Mercogliano Links 1. Dr. … Continue reading Sea Control 240 – Ever Given: The Ship That Launched 1,000 Memes with Dr. Sal Mercogliano →

13 Apr 2021

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Sea Control 240 - Ever Given: The Ship That Launched 1,000 Memes with Dr. Sal Mercogliano

Sea Control

Links1. Dr. Sal Mercogliano's Youtube Series on Ever Given2. "Adrift: COVID-19 and the Safety of Seafarers", by Joshua Tallis, Cornell Overfield, Kevin Inks & Cherie Rosenblum, Center for Naval Analyses, October 2020.3. "CSCL Indian Ocean finally refloated after running aground in the Elbe," by Mike Wackett, The Loadstar, September 2, 2016. 

42mins

13 Apr 2021

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Bilgepumps Episode 39: Old is New - Rating for Modern Ships with special guests, Steve George & Sal Mercogliano

The Bilge Pumps

Episodes36: Long War37:  Rating 1st DraftHosts1.      Dr. Alex Clarke's Youtube Channel2.      Drachinifel's Youtube Channel3.      Jamie Seidel's Youtube ChannelEmailBilgepumpsofcimsec@gmail.com 

1hr 34mins

3 Mar 2021

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