Daily Briefing 4 September 2017
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Acquiring a leading regional carrier would be an effective way of gaining access to future target markets, says vice-chairman Huang Xiaowen
Houston, Corpus Christi, Galveston and Freeport begin to allow vessel traffic at limited scales
Freight tonnage falls sharply on coal decline as EU dependency grows
Mammoth weather event is downgraded as US Gulf shipping tries to recover in its aftermath
Ship management companies continue to fight for scale in difficult markets
After the South Korean shipbuilding haemorrhage in offshore, now it is China’s turn
Short and long-term Asia-Europe capacity forecast shows blankings appear necessary
Japanese giant also has an option to buy a stake in the unit
Prince Rupert may be remote, but its location hasn’t stopped it taking volumes from rivals in the Pacific Northwest
There is enough to worry about in all the things that can go wrong in a ship at sea, without considering the awful possibility of malign interference
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