Unions hold firm in Rotterdam terminal dispute
FNV Havens and CNV Vakmensen refuse to negotiate with Maasvlakte 2 terminal operator unless it enforces a collective agreement for all employees
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The week in charts: Yantian Port congestion | Easing global box demand | Crew abandonment case failures
Vessel queues into Yantian may have reduced over the past week at the port’s main anchorage but are still significant, while ships looking to avoid the disruption continue to build up at neighbouring facilities. Elsewhere, new figures show that global box demand eased through April, yet shippers are warned to expect equipment shortages and delays to prolong through to 2022
The week in charts: Shell’s carbon conundrum | VLCC newbuild spree | Demand frenzy drives box rates to further highs
Landmark court ruling sees Anglo-Dutch energy Shell major faced with prospect of cutting carbon emissions by some 45% by 2030, as a surge in VLCC orders puts newbuilding tanker activity nearly 50% above this time last year
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