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The second quarter of 2020 will be one of the worst ever for container shipping in terms of volume, yet box lines remain relatively healthy compared to others in the industry. Meanwhile, despite a recent improvement, the dry bulk market is still volatile
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The four vessels have turned off their identification systems since May and their whereabouts are unknown, but it is unclear how they might be seized unless they enter US territorial waters
Container volumes are unlikely to return to normal levels before the end of this year, according to market analysts, while the short-term outlook for tanker earnings may still be positive despite market sentiment souring in recent weeks
Thailand’s power generation project developers have made use of record low spot prices to secure LNG supplies
Falvey Cargo Underwriters will take over the renewal rights on cargo insurance business from Brit Global Specialty USA