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Institutional investors eye APM Terminals' asset sales

APM Terminals is drawing up plans to sell minority stakes in high value port facilities that would raise cash to fund other group opportunities, but would want to maintain at least a 51% ownership

Europe Containers

Daily Briefing February 21 2018

Maersk make the case for integration | A ‘tranquil’ P&I renewal round | Europe is the ‘big loser’ when it comes to clean fuel | BP forecasts LNG trades will double by 2040

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Matson opts for organic growth over M&A
Global Ship Lease takes 60% rate cut on OOCL charter extension
Institutional investors eye APM Terminals' asset sales
K+N cancels container line bankruptcy insurance
Shell charters two dual-fuelled aframax tankers from Sovcomflot
Boris Nachamkin, top shipping banker, dies in US
Global LNG trades to more than double by 2040, says BP
Maersk seeks to simplify shipping process
Ecsa calls for post-Brexit trade certainty
Diana Containerships posts larger fourth-quarter loss
Britannia and London Club highlight gains in 'tranquil' P&I renewal round
Europe will be 'big loser' in IMO's drive for cleaner bunker fuel
MPC Containers buys 14 more vessels
Maersk biding time on future of Hamburg Süd's bulk and tanker unit
Yilport in talks to buy container terminals
NYSHEX adds new board members
Data Hub: Load Factors
This year's crude tankers market may already be a write-off
Golden Ocean results boosted by 'improving market conditions'
Korea Line signs $604m deal to carry Vale iron ore
India takes over operations at Chabahar port for 18 months
Maersk seeks $600m from synergies as it integrates businesses
Robust economic growth underpins bullish boxship outlook
Korea gets its first mobile app for maritime terms
Dry bulk market may be held back after 2018 by growing orderbook








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