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Daily Briefing July 20 2018

Strange times make strange bedfellows for Zim and 2M | Zim enters strategic co-operation with Maersk and MSC | Exclusive interview with Jeremy Nixon | New man at the ISS helm needs to steady the ship

Daily Briefing

The power of externalities

With strong supply-demand signals, external factors such as Washington’s policy preferences have become the strongest risks to shipping markets

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Latest Articles

Middle Eastern ports facing overcapacity headache by 2022
More questions than answers as EU and China unite on climate change
‘Catastrophic’ engine failure blamed for UK ferry fire
Improvements in shipping safety are to be welcomed
US-China trade indicators stay high as shipping shrugs off tariffs
Between the Lines: Reasons to be fearful
Strange times make strange bedfellows for Zim and 2M
Anglo American lowers iron ore and coal guidance
Shipping failing to deal with threat of cyber crime
TOP Ships unveils $10.1m loan for MR2 newbuild
South Korean court orders compensation for Sewol victims
Wärtsilä sees 2020 sulphur cap boost
Viewpoint: Recycling war of words
New man at the ISS helm needs to steady the ship
Zim enters strategic co-operation with Maersk and MSC
CMA CGM to install 17 ballast water management systems
CargoSmart joins the list of blockchain middlemen
Vitol eyes fuel that turns coal waste into low-sulphur oil
P&I clubs size up fixed-premium opportunity
Oakland aims for zero-emissions cargo handling
Hyundai Mipo nets $109.2m containership quartet order
Large shipping losses decline by a third in a decade
Genco buys two more capesizes for $98m
Maersk Tankers makes digital shift with self-learning data
Don’t count out cape scrapping despite bullish markets
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Smart Shipping

The industry is on the cusp of a paradigm shift, with remarkable technologies converging on shipping.
Lloyd's List explores what this means and the impact for the wider market

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Lloyd's List editor Richard Meade interviews Frank Coles, Transas Leader at Wärtsilä who sets out vision of shipping as an industry in transition where traditional models of shipownership and operation will ultimately be eliminated in favour of more efficient leasing models


Shipping requires a new business model

Frank Coles, Transas leader at Wärtsilä Voyage Solutions, talks to the editor of Lloyd’s List

Technology and Innovation Digitalisation

Smart shipping requires holistic thinking by smart people

Many inflated claims are being made about the technologies being proffered to the shipping industry as its future, but history shows us when significant new technologies become available, the transition takes time and companies must adapt to managing such innovation in the round

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Nick Brown, Director, Marine & Offshore Lloyd's Register speaks at the Lloyd's List Business Briefing about collaberation between the industry and Silicon Valley

 

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Conquering Cosco through consolidation

A possible tie up between CMA CGM and Hapag Lloyd contains a strong logic that is more to do with preserving position than market share

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our intern reveals what goes on behind the scenes at Lloyd’s List

What does a cub reporter actually do when they arrive at one of the world's most established publishing brands? Intern Theo Cohn lifts the lid
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Death by ferry

The lives that will hopefully be saved in the future will be saved by practical ferry people, not bankers of bureaucrats

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The Shipping Podcast

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Cleaning up the industry with ITOPF

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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Markets outlook and the Trump effect

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The Lloyd's List Podcast: Seafarer Awareness Week

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Webinars

Webinar: Autonomous shipping

Initial proposals for fully-autonomous shipping have reached the clear light of day: remotely-controlled merchant vessels will take longer to bring into operation than had been thought
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Webinar: Putting safety back where it belongs

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?
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Hot Topics

Making complex issues simple

Focusing on what matters to the market, understanding the forces that are shaping the industry

 

Sanctions

Hot Topic one stream Company News

Five risks to check: Crude tankers

The down cycle has turned out longer and deeper than originally thought amid oversupply of tonnage

Political forces curb tanker trades with Iran again

Recurring scenes for both crude and product tanker owners as sanctions hit Iran trades, while booming LPG trade could also suffer a blow

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HHI delays IRISL newbuilds amid sanction fears

Newbuildings expected to be delivered in the second quarter of this year remain on the orderbook

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More carriers move to avoid Iran sanctions

CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd seek to avoid being caught up in new sanctions campaign by US

Cyber

Market Commentary

Shipping failing to deal with threat of cyber crime
Maersk Tankers makes digital shift with self-learning data
SMW: Singapore agreements unveil digital agenda for the future

The Intelligence

Reduce reuse recycle

Crunch time for green ship scrapping

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Wirana chief: EU regulation could force owners back to Asian beaches

With less than six months to go before EU ship recycling regulation comes into effect, there are only 21 compliant European shipyards, while all applications from non-EU shipyards are under review

Waiting for Europe to bite

Three ship recycling facilities in Europe say they have no current plans to expand

Is the pendulum swinging Hong Kong’s way?

India, Japan and Turkey prepare for ratification in a major boost for the convention

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Is Alang on the cusp of transformation?

Once openly hostile towards environmental standards in the Hong Kong Convention, attitudes at Alang are changing with 61 of the 120 yards operating under its guidelines

 

 

 

Lloyd's List Containers

Container Lines: Bronson Hsieh 

A calm hand at the helm

 

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The Interview: Jeremy Nixon
Ocean Network Express, the container line forged from merging the box shipping operations of three fiercely competitive Japanese shipping companies, got off to a rather rough start earlier this year. Now, three months on from its April 1 operational launch, chief executive Jeremy Nixon tells Lloyd's List that the business has settled into its rhythm.
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Middle Eastern ports facing overcapacity headache by 2022

A surge of investment in the construction of container terminals at Middle Eastern ports has overwhelmed growth in throughput

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US-China trade indicators stay high as shipping shrugs off tariffs

As container shipping heads into the transpacific peak season, there are few signs that tariffs imposed by China and the US are having any effect on freight levels

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Between the Lines: Reasons to be fearful

Demand growth on the major trade lanes has failed to keep up with the influx of capacity, and trade wars may exacerbate the situation

 

 

Events

Business Briefings

SMM Business Briefing

Thursday, September 6th, 2018

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Hong Kong Business Briefing

Monday, November 19th, 2018

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London Business Briefing

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

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Awards

Lloyds List Asia Pacific Awards

27 September, 2018, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

The awards provide a unique opportunity to network whilst celebrating achievements & successes shaping the future of shipping.

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Lloyd's List South Asia, Middle East & Africa Awards

27 November, 2018, Palazzo Versace Hotel, Dubai

Entries for the 2018 Lloyd's List South Asia, Middle East and Africa Awards are now open! View the categories available and enter.

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Lloyd's List Global Awards

Save the date: 11 December 2018

For the 21st year, the most influential awards in the maritime industry honour the best in shipping over the past year.

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