Mergers and acquisitions have picked up pace since 2017, with six major deals valued at $4.7bn
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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
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
Russian aluminium giant is resuming bauxite, alumina and aluminium shipments, having taken steps to rid of Oleg Deripaska’s influence
Rusal-induced supply chain shake-up put on hold | Greek shipping facing ‘disproportionate’ environmental pressure | Lloyd’s List Weekly Podcast
Short-term thinking in the LNG market signals a real danger for shipowners seeking guaranteed income for their prized assets
Maersk, Norton Rose Fulbright and International Seaways were among the winners and highly-commended companies celebrated for their outstanding contribution to the industry at a gala event in Houston
Marine gasoil is seen as the most likely option, with increased demand adding 1.8m b/d in refinery runs
Greeks step on the gas
LNG fleet surges as owners also splash on tankers and dry bulk
Container Lines: Back in Black?
Change on the horizon - Asbox shipping comesback into the black, competitive forces continue to drive the sector’s future
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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?
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?
Next steps in cutting carbon | Plugging shipping’s gender pay gap | Container line’s digital ambitions vs shipper’s reality
27 November, 2018, Palazzo Versace Hotel, Dubai
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