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While the long-term picture remains anyone’s guess, near-future prospects are more optimistic
The Lloyd’s List Business Briefing at Posidonia on June 3 will dismiss the premise that technology can be developed in isolation and discuss the detail of shifting requirements from an industry in flux amid an unprecedented pace of transformative changeBook your place
THE term “paradigm shift” is bandied around with promiscuous ease, but it seems clear enough to Lloyd’s List that the global economy, and the shipping industry that serves it, is undergoing a period of transformative change.... Read full article
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?
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IRISL could find it more difficult to secure employment for the vessels being built at HHI
Members told the reinstatement of Iran sanctions relates to the provision of marine insurance, port operators and shipping and shipbuilding sectors
Comply with sanctions, avoid credit pitfalls and implement operational standards in an increasingly risk-focused industry. Access international sanctions data, fleet profiling, credit research, causalties and detentions
Fierce competition has left Japanese shipbuilders short of work, and unable to invest in innovative technology
Where is Autonomous shipping today, and what technology is under construction to push it further? What developments are under way in the aviation, automotive, and trucking sectors that will have a bearing on how shipping will evolve?
Sponsored by: Transas & Lloyd's Register
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?
Sponsored by: Transas
2018 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
Sponsored by: Ince & Co
Cyber security is at top of the agenda for maritime businesses after the WannaCry and – even closer to home – the Petya or NotPetya attacks. Every business that has started on the journey towards digitalisation is vulnerable to external threats
Investors bought a record volume of insurance-linked securities (ILS) in 2017. But the market is facing one of the biggest challenges in its history, with experts suggesting that cat bond investors will be presented with a bill running into the billions of dollars
Lloyd’s List hosts a monthly series of editorially-led live webcasts. A panel of influential industry thought-leaders, under moderation from leading maritime journalist Richard Clayton, will debate the hottest topics impacting shipping now and the near future globally and regionally
Higher unit costs from rising oil prices and foreign exchange issues lead Maersk to a $239m loss in the first quarter
Familiarising staff with NYK booking systems proved trickier than expected
Oslo-listed owner opts to swap its fleet for Star Bulk’s shares, betting on more upside in bulker markets
Move signals that more regional carriers are using information technologies to optimise their services
Tankers & Gas
Sanctions on Iran may have an overall negligible impact on tonne-mile demand, based on past experiences
French energy giant threatens to quit Iranian gas project within months following the return of U.S. sanctions, unless it can secure a waiver
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