China’s contribution masked an otherwise flat global throughput performance during 2022, a year that was fraught with the reverberations of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and profound economic consequences
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The International Union of Marine Insurance conference is an annual health check for the shipping industry’s risk cover and as such offers an important, if not at time impenetrably complicated view of the sector as a whole. This week’s podcast offers up a clear explanation of everything you need to know about marine insurance from the people who understand it best. Consider this week’s edition your best, and perhaps only opportunity to learn the marine insurance sector in under 25 minutes
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The decarbonisation goals set out for shipping have rattled the industry but failed to inspire enough confidence in the fuel producers to start investing. That leaves shipping’s zero-carbon revolution is a very precarious situation just at the point that action really need to be ramping up
One Hundred Container Ports 2023
China’s contribution masked an otherwise flat global throughput performance during 2022, a year that was fraught with the reverberations of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and profound economic consequences. Click here to view the full report
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