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Opinion

Orderly ordering - container shipping's big challenge

Janet Porter

 

Supply an demand is finally back in balance in the volatile container trades, but could cheap money fuel another ordering bonanza that would de-rail the recovery? 

Fifty-dollar oil depresses Maersk's Energy division

Richard Clayton

 

Oil dependent group cannot deliver decent returns on invested capital until price rises above $60 per barrel

The Week in Review

Orderly ordering — container shipping's big challenge - August 18, 2017

 

Opinion
Orderly ordering — container shipping's big challenge

Supply an demand is finally back in balance in the volatile container trades, but could cheap money fuel another ordering bonanza that would de-rail the recovery?

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Maersk Line's return to the black underlines speed of box trades recovery

Maersk Group chief executive Søren Skou says strong global economy and low orderbook underpinning rapid container market recovery

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