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One Hundred Ports: Congestion chaos overshadows volume recovery

Box liftings accelerated at ports globally in 2021, yet the rebound from the Covid-induced slump came at a price. Ports and terminals felt the strain of sustained and unprecedented demand for containerised goods, while the logistical logjam that ensued put a dampener on an otherwise fruitful 12-month period

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Daily Briefing August 19 2022

One Hundred Ports: Congestion chaos overshadows volume recovery | Turkish owners lead way in lifting Ukrainian grain | Transpacific rates slide further as carriers compete to offer lower prices | Sartini joins MSC in second high-profile external hire

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Analysis and Comment

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to navigate the legal risk of carbon compliance

Are you suffering with anxiety over the legal risk associated with carbon compliance, the EU ETS and generally how to navigate the oncoming train of regulatory hurdles for shipping? Fear not – the Lloyd’s List Podcast is on the case with a dose of free expertise to treat all that ails you this week. Listen twice a day and come back to see us in a week for your next check-up

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Half-Year Outlook 2022

The war in Ukraine, China lockdowns, supply-chain disruptions, and the risk of so-called ‘stagflation’ mean recession for many countries will be hard to avoid. The consequences are not yet playing out in the shipping sectors reviewed in this outlook report, but even in containers where rates remain high and cash is still flowing, executives are already planning for the post-pandemic party hangover.
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Russia adds compound interest to shipping’s challenges

The accumulation of disruption and supply chain shocks are transforming global trade as governments and businesses look to exchange efficiency for security

MOL Car Carrier’s 60,000 gt Felicity Ace suffered a serious fire off the Azores in February 2022, while laden with 4,000 new Volkswagen-Audi Group cars
Marine insurance: More stable P&I rates, more expensive H&M

The International Group is about to shrink from 13 members to 12, with mixed predictions on the impact on shipowners; but can another renewal round characterised by stiff rate hikes be avoided?

A cargo ship carrying imported iron ore berths on a quay at the Port of Nantong city, east China's Jiangsu province
Dry bulk: Growing demand risks unlikely to upend strong rates
Slowing fleet growth is expected to support dry bulk rates, even as demand concerns emerge due to inflationary pressures globally 
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Ship finance: Falling cost scorches ‘alternative’ lenders

With many shipowners making more money than they can remember, and banks willing to cut margins to keep the business, it’s a buyer’s market and likely to remain so while good markets last

 

 

 

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Naoto Nakagawa, in charge of the Nippon Foundation’s project to create fully autonomous shipping, MEGURI 2040.
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Can Japanese gambling deliver autonomous shipping?

What has the Apollo astronaut programme got to do with ageing Japanese seafarers and funding for autonomous shipping? Listen to this week’s edition of the Lloyd’s List Podcast to find out 

Helen Barden, Senior Solicitor (FD&D) North P&I
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to navigate the legal risk of carbon compliance

Are you suffering with anxiety over the legal risk associated with carbon compliance, the EU ETS and generally how to navigate the oncoming train of regulatory hurdles for shipping? Fear not – the Lloyd’s List Podcast is on the case with a dose of free expertise to treat all that ails you this week. Listen twice a day and come back to see us in a week for your next check-up

From left: Martin Wold, Senior Consultant Environment Advisory at DNV, and Edwin Pang, founder and principal consultant of Arcsilea
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Shipping’s multifarious multi-fuel future

Imagine pulling up to the petrol pump in your car and being confronted with 20 pumps, each offering various blends of different fuels. Now imagine a scenario where at each petrol station you visit next, that choice of different fuels is going to be entirely different. Welcome to the future of shipping

From left: Neil Roberts and Anna Biliuga
The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How shipping is managing the risk of lifting Ukraine grain

The deal to allow the safe transport of grain out of the Ukraine by sea is an unprecedented agreement between enemy combatants, but it is still a work in progress and the list of potential risks that could yet scupper it are long. This week we talk to war risk expert and head of marine and aviation at the Lloyd’s Market Association Neil Roberts about the insurance hurdles yet to be overcome. And we talk to Anna Biliuga, an agent for Eurogal Services, which acts as Lloyd’s agents inside Odesa, for a personal take on how the grain deal will play out on the dockside

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