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Daily Briefing April 24 2018

Digital drive will make shipping sexy | Star Bulk deal shows the power of consolidation | Clarksons issues profit warning | Make shipping sexy, not sexist | Containership overcapacity fears over-hyped

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Marine insurance eyes $1.3bn from One Belt One Road
Wärtsilä remains vigilant after improved marine performance
LNG market to face vessel crunch in the next two years
International Seaways ready for $100m in mezzanine debt
Maersk Honam reaches anchorage outside Jebel Ali
Containership overcapacity fears ‘over-hyped’
Digitalisation is the way ahead, but challenges loom
Scorpio Bulkers off target in first quarter
Rolls-Royce to upgrade diesel ships to hybrid gas power
Star Bulk deal shows the power of consolidation
Hutchison Ports' safety record in the spotlight after Port Botany incident
Gas leak on Cosco bulker leaves two dead
Subsea 7 makes $2bn hostile bid for McDermott
Port of Piraeus at centre of tax fraud probe
Clarksons issues profit warning
Box carrier profitability on the horizon
General cargo vessel attacked off Nigeria
Singapore targets talent to operate next generation of ships
SSA and Ports America linked to OOIL’s Long Beach terminal sale
Make shipping sexy, not sexist
Hapag-Lloyd to cut CO2 intensity levels by 20% by 2020
Maersk spoiled tuna fish case clarifies Hague-Visby Rules
Star Bulk agrees deal for 16 modern bulkers
Owners warn Chinese leasing firms: We don't want fairweather friends
Singapore Maritime Week looks to the future of shipping













Can Japan convince others to cut yard subsidies?

Seoul and Beijing are unlikely to approach the negotiating table until the restructuring of their domestic shipbuilding sectors is settled 









Why counter-intuitive boxship ordering makes sense

Asia-Europe trade success means reducing slot costs through the operation of ultra large 20,000 teu-class containerships 









The women who move the world

The world is changing, creating new opportunities never thought possible 


Autonomous shipping: lessons for maritime from aviation and trucking

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
Putting safety back where it belongs – first

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
Beyond 2018 – Laying the Next Decade’s Foundationsl

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 in an Era of Opportunity

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

Loss and (re)load: Can the ILS market unlock the opportunities from this year’s hurricane season?

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

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