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The Interview Yntze Buitenwerf

Seatrade’s chief executive has overseen an unconventional switch from the conventional operator to the liner business, but he insists the company is sticking to its roots

International Containers Reefers

The Lloyd's List Shipping Podcast: Episode four

In this week's podcast: The evolution of class | GDPRty time | Salutary lessons from the Supreme Court

Daily Briefing May 28 2018

Rusal-induced supply chain shake-up put on hold | Greek shipping facing ‘disproportionate’ environmental pressure | Lloyd’s List Weekly Podcast

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CMA CGM suffers on higher bunker costs
Concordia Maritime expands suezmax fleet
Rusal-induced supply chain shake-up put on hold
Maritime sector decries lack of business analyst and computer skills
Greek shipping faces ‘disproportionate’ environmental pressure, owners say
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The week ahead
AET orders four new shuttle tankers for Petrobras contract
IMO sets out framework for autonomous shipping study
International Seaways raises $25m in baby bonds
Short-term prospects for capes dim on strikes
Carriers turn to bunker surcharges to prop up rates as costs rise
Changing Lanes: The emerging picture on the Asia-South America trade lane
The Interview Yntze Buitenwerf
Shipping’s carbon targets can only be met with zero-carbon fuels
Will China’s leasing majors embrace ‘tier-II owner’ Scorpio Tankers?
Ultra-low sulphur fuel goes on sale in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp
Shipowners back call to boost Hong Kong’s maritime financing and leasing sector
Trump cancels summit meeting with Kim
Moderate long-term growth in sight for Chinese seaborne iron ore
StealthGas sells three ships as asset prices firm up
Chinese leasing encounters a slow start to 2018
Zim follows the pack to first-quarter loss
HMM pulls out of transatlantic trades
Awilco bullish on second-half spot LNG shipping markets
North P&I Club slips into the red
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New dangers ahead for LNG sector as short-termism takes over

Short-term thinking in the LNG market signals a real danger for shipowners seeking guaranteed income for their prized assets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inmarsat's loss is a political win for the US

The IMO's nod of approval to Iridium points to the larger considerations at play for maritime satellite communications

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scrubber leasing: a game for trading houses?

Charterers have an inherent incentive to provide owners financing for scrubber installation as a post-2020 solution for new IMO rules

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Greeks step on the gas

LNG fleet surges as owners also splash on tankers and dry bulk

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Shipping consolidation 2.0

Mergers and acquisitions have picked up pace since 2017, with six major deals valued at $4.7bn

Why I left the maritime industry: Izabela Wawryszuk
Despite developing a passion for marine insurance and amassing considerable experience across the world, Ms Wawryszuk has now left the shipping industry. She tells us why
Union marches with Pride for greater workplace inclusivity
Union attended the LGBT+ Pride march in London in both 2016 and 2017
Despina Theodosiou chief executive of satellite and radio communications service provider Tototheo Maritime, and president 2017 Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association
The women who move the world

Women's networking and support group is to focus on empowering women to lead

Lloyd's List Containers

Container Lines: Back in Black?

Change on the horizon - Asbox shipping comesback into the black, competitive forces continue to drive the sector’s future

 

Containers magazine HP stream Company News

CMA CGM Vasco de Gama
CMA CGM suffers on higher bunker costs

French carrier suffers from rising bunker costs even as transported volume remains high

Rusal-induced supply chain shake-up put on hold

Russian aluminium giant is resuming bauxite, alumina and aluminium shipments, having taken steps to rid of Oleg Deripaska’s influence

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Greek shipping faces ‘disproportionate’ environmental pressure, owners say

Greece should take advantage of developments in Europe in order to attract a big part of maritime and ancillary activities, says UGS president Theodore Veniamis

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Carriers turn to bunker surcharges to prop up rates as costs rise

Container carriers blame rising fuel costs and subsequent low freight rates on significant first-quarter losses

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Making complex issues simple

Focusing on what matters to the market, understanding the forces that are shaping the industry

 

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Lloyd’s List 2018 South Asia, Middle East and Africa Awards - Nominations Open

Nominations for the Lloyd’s List South Asia, Middle East and Africa Awards 2018 close on August 30 and winners will be announced on the night of the awards in Dubai on November 27 at the Palazzo Versace Hotel

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Container shipping sector shrugs off sanctions

Sanctioned countries’ contribution to container trade growth has been negligible and will have no significant effect on box shipping

Europe acts to counter US sanctions on Iran

The Blocking Statute forbids EU companies from complying with the extraterritorial effects of US sanctions

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Maersk expects to halt all Iran business

Line to terminate slot purchase agreements and remove Iran as a destination

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SMW: Singapore agreements unveil digital agenda for the future
Wärtsilä hails ‘world first’ ferry autodocking trials
Five things to watch: Regulation

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The week ahead

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s new weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Europe Regulation

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The week ahead

On this week’s podcast: Why container chiefs are feeling the heat | Tech-lash: Box sector baulks at blockchain | Why are governments failing to file accident investigation reports?

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The week ahead

On this week’s podcast: How shipping can mitigate risk from Iranian sanctions | What’s happened to shipping’s toxic debt? | Cautious optimism or container line confusion?

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The week ahead

Next steps in cutting carbon | Plugging shipping’s gender pay gap | Container line’s digital ambitions vs shipper’s reality

International Environment Regulation

Webinars

Webinar: Autonomous shipping

Initial proposals for fully-autonomous shipping have reached the clear light of day: remotely-controlled merchant vessels will take longer to bring into operation than had been thought
Webinars Digitalisation Aviation

Webinar: Putting safety back where it belongs

Traditional attitudes to safety are to wait for an accident, then fix the problem. That’s no longer good enough. The industry is turning to a more proactive approach. Is this working?
Webinars Crewing Safety

Events

Business Briefings

Posidonia Business Briefing

Sunday, June 3rd, 2018 - 2.00pm - 5.00pm

The search for improved levels of efficiency in shipping has become heavily focused on next-generation technology.

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Hong Kong Business Briefing

Monday, November 19th, 2018

Join us at Hong Kong and other events to learn about our industry leading business intelligence solutions and how we can help you solve your business challenges, and achieve your goals in a fast changing market

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London Business Briefing

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

Join us at London and other events to learn about our industry leading business intelligence solutions and how we can help you solve your business challenges, and achieve your goals in a fast changing market

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Awards

Lloyd's List South Asia, Middle East & Africa Awards

27 November, 2018, Palazzo Versace Hotel, Dubai

Entries for the 2018 Lloyd's List South Asia, Middle East and Africa Awards are now open! View the categories available and enter.

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Lloyd's List Global Awards

Save the date: 11 December 2018

For the 21st year, the most influential awards in the maritime industry honour the best in shipping over the past year.

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Lloyds List Asia Pacific Awards

27 September, 2018, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

The awards provide a unique opportunity to network whilst celebrating achievements & successes shaping the future of shipping.

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