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Daily Briefing September 24 2018

Monjasa confident in 2020 global fuel availability | China denies plan to ban open loop scrubbers | The Lloyd’s List podcast: 2020 vision | Supramax earnings climb on coal and grain trades 

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Latest Articles

CMA CGM and MSC announce surcharge policy changes ahead of 2020 sulphur cap
Yards in US and Turkey could be added to EU recycling list
Tanker Solutions refinances 12 product tankers
Vinalines to build container terminals in north Vietnam
Shippers condemn Maersk’s sulphur surcharge
Bright Navigation buys Noble Group capesize
Asset value is our primary focus, says Minsheng Leasing shipping head
Labour says no deal Brexit would be ‘disaster for UK ports’
Greek shipowners back ‘experience-building phase’ for sulphur cap
Ardmore Shipping to equip 18 vessels with Optimarin ballast water systems
Klaveness flags up Oslo listing for unit after $45m placement
Tanzania ferry death toll rises to 224
More cuts required on Asia-Europe box trade
China accuses US of trade bullying
BW Group chief executive Carsten Mortensen steps down
Court extends injunction against Djibouti in DP World dispute
Bulker crew kidnapped off Nigeria
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: 2020 vision
IMO says 2020 low-sulphur compliance the easiest option
Dorian says it has held more talks with BW
Fellowship Blog: Our intern reveals what goes on behind the scenes at Lloyd’s List
China denies plan to ban open loop scrubbers
The Interview: Charles Hammond
Monjasa confident of 2020 global fuel availability
Minoan Lines posts first-half profit after paying off bank debt

The Lloyd's List Shipping Podcast

This week Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade is joined by Lars Robert Pedersen, deputy secretary-general of BIMCO as they examine problems with the looming sulphur regulations and discuss why the controversial move by industry associations and major flags to avert enforcement issues does not amount to a delay.



Back on track

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Strong growth returns to the upper echelons of the container port premier league, with China leading the way

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The figures behind the rankings. Compare and contrast different ports across multiple years

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View the interactive grid setting out the risers and fallers across the one hundred ports

 

 



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The Lloyd's List Shipping Podcast

This week Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade is joined by Lars Robert Pedersen, deputy secretary-general of BIMCO as they examine problems with the looming sulphur regulations and discuss why the controversial move by industry associations and major flags to avert enforcement issues does not amount to a delay.

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: From Brexit to IUMI

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The Lloyd's List Podcast: SMM 2018

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The Lloyd's List Podcast: One Hundred Container Ports

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International Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Top 100 Ports

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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
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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?
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Hot Topics

Making complex issues simple

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

 

Sanctions

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Legal Focus: US-EU conflict on sanctions creates new compliance challenge for EU re/insurers

New US sanctions on Iran have become complicated by the EU’s blocking regime

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Legal Focus: US sanctions on Iran may spark European court battles

EU blocking statute may spark legal battles of aggressive US sanctions 

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The lifting of international sanctions helped to stimulate trade at the Iranian port in 2017
China circumvents US sanctions on Iranian oil

Analysts say that Iran’s oil exports may drop below 2m bpd in August

Cyber

Market Commentary

Defending shipping against cyber crime
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping debt, ransoms and making a ship one km in diameter
Cosco declares global networks ‘safe and stable’ after attack

The Intelligence

Shipmanagement:

Is size the key to survival?

The Intelligence HP Stream Company News

Fortress Greece prides itself on self sufficiency

The Marine Technical Managers Association marks its 20th anniversary this year

‘Middlemen’ shipmanagers brought in for regulatory compliance

Wilhelmsen Ship Management and Interorient open up on their approach to the sulphur cap and the future of data

Containers at a port
Size means little without outstanding customer service, say shipmanagement giants

Columbia’s O’Neil favours economies of scale, while Anglo Eastern’s Cremers underplays its importance, and Fleet Management’s Rajvanshy warns of disruption from potential corporate culture clash

On the bridge
Viewpoint: Hard to be the ideal husband

An increasing problem faced by many shipmanagers is a shortage in technical superintendents and fleet managers, people who need to be technically qualified and experienced in technical operations

 

 

Lloyd's List Containers

Summer forecast: 

Calm seas or doldrums?

 

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CMA CGM and MSC announce surcharge policy changes ahead of 2020 sulphur cap

CMA CGM will review its sales policy on fuel surcharges, while MSC will introduce a new surcharge in 2019

Shippers condemn Maersk’s sulphur surcharge

Shippers would prefer box lines used scrubbers rather than be charged indefinitely for higher fuel costs after low-sulphur rules take force

Jerry Yang
Asset value is our primary focus, says Minsheng Leasing shipping head

Some Chinese leasing firms are going even further on value exploration by ordering dry bulkers on their own

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Greek shipowners back ‘experience-building phase’ for sulphur cap

Union of Greek Shipowners says no backsliding on IMO dates but emphasises that bunker supply chain’s responsibilities should not be shifted onto operators and crew

 

 

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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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