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Daily Briefing 22 June, 2017

 

Commercial banks are living in the past, says Peter Evensen

The heads of two major commercial banks and a former investment banker-turned-successful-chief-executive engaged in a spirited debate about the state of lending in the industry 

Finance North America Tankers and Gas

Capacity cuts still key to restoring container shipping equilibrium, says Fitch

Net capacity growth expected to exceed demand growth over 2017-2018
Asia Pacific Europe Middle East and Africa

The battle for Scandinavia’s biggest port

Gothenburg’s container terminal runs risk of being left behind

Ports and Logistics APM Terminals Sweden

Lloyd's List awards launches in Asia Pacific

New name, new judges, but the same focus on showcasing the best of the region's maritime industry 
Lloyds List Awards Asia Pacific Singapore

Shipyard capacity must be cut by 50% says Claus-Peter Offen

Long term overcapacity will remain in containership market unless painful steps are taken
North America Containers

Panamax bucks capesize trend with earnings improvement

Shortening list of tonnage in both basins support rates

Asia Pacific South America Dry Bulk

Tech outfit adds 'medical wearables' to tracking seafarers' health

New medical methods designed to improve seafarer health and disrupt shipping's conservative nature
Tankers and Gas Products Suez and Aframax

Egyptian Tanker and Thome fined $1.9m for vessel pollution cover-up

Both firms plead guilty to breaching US vessel pollution regulations and obstruction of justice 
Asia Pacific Singapore North America

Evergreen launches Alibaba service

Line targets small-volume shippers with its own logistics division

Containers Evergreen Taiwan

Every man for himself in Spanish ports labour row

Unions and port operators settle individually, as collective deal remains elusive
Europe Spain APM Terminals

 

Daily Briefing 22 June 2017

The Lloyd's List team out in New York continue to report on the cooling attitude towards bank financing at Marine Money. Meanwhile, things are hotting up in the European ports sector as labour disputes drag on.

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