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Cargill shipping boss is a strong supporter of the new low-sulphur regulations, but he worries that soft penalties will lead to non-compliance and wonders what a transitional period may look like
Seafarers wages to increase 2.5% from 2019 | What does it take to affect real social change? | Unloved panamax sector sees return to form | One of world’s largest oil trading hubs turns to blockchain
Digitalisation, the environment, and unmanned shipping have swept safety aside. Or have they?
Daniel Maffei had only been a Federal Maritime Commissioner for four months when the political landscape was turned upside down by Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 US presidential election. He is now in limbo as he waits to hear if he will be nominated for another term
Latest short- and long-term indicators show predicted boom for supply of coal, iron ore and steel will be exceeded by greater-than-anticipated demand
Virgin Money made a very smart move investing in the Women in Finance Charter initiative. But who will be the Virgin Money of the maritime world?
The ‘large and daring sculpture’ proposed to commemorate the Battle of the Atlantic is way overdue
Is Maersk, which once owned an airline, a supermarket, a bank, bulk carriers and tankers, taking a big risk by concentrating on just one business sector?
Lloyd's List Live
Webinar: Listen On Demand
This year is shaping up to be one of the most significant for a decade. The reason is simple: the shipping industry has stopped hoping for a return to the freight rate levels of 2006-08 and started to plan for an altogether different set of challenges.
Webinar: Listen On Demand
Cyber security has leapt to the top of the agenda for maritime businesses after the WannaCry and – even closer to home – the Petya or NotPetya attacks. It is now recognised that every business that has started on the journey towards digitalisation is vulnerable to external threats.
Business Briefing: London
With the global sulphur cap regulation to come in to force in two years time, this expert panel discusses the importance of ship owners' fuel management programmes, charter clauses, fuel testing and crew training.
Company says seizure of terminal ‘is the culmination the government’s campaign to force the DP World to renegotiate the terms of the concession’
Maersk Line says sustained consumer confidence will underpin healthy US imports in 2018, as Canadian ports reap the rewards of free trade agreements
Greek owner posts $436m loss but revenues are rising
The leasing agreement gives operational control of phase one of the Chabahar port development to India
Tankers & Gas
This year's list reflects two important trends — exposure to gas shipping and the role of state support
Samples taken from shores of Okinoerabu and Yoron islands similar to those found at tanker wreck site, says Reuters report
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