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From containers to tankers, from ship owning to ship management, market forces continue to incentivise mergers and acquisitions
Bank sells JR Shipping debts to UK-based fund ahead of privatisation
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Box carriers and their customers face tough negotiations this year about who will foot the bill for the IMO 2020 red tape
Fate of a 25,000 teu ship will largely depend on how much the long-haul trade can hold up and how successful the integration of the wider logistics chain can become
RCL is making adjustments to the partnership it has set up with CMA CGM intra-Asia unit Cheng Lie Navigation Co
Michael Khouri’s stint as head of the maritime regulator began in January 2017, while the Federal Maritime Commission Authorisation Act of 2017 revised the agency’s powers, boosting its ability to exercise regulatory authority
Deal has to be approved by competition authorities in other shipbuilding nations, with the results of the process expected by the end of this year
Container lines should not be overly concerned with misguided challenges when there are enough real ones to go around
Smaller carriers need to find a niche service to offer if they are to survive in the post-consolidation world
Company credits higher utilisation rates and acquisition of Greater China Intermodal’s 18-vessel fleet
Consolidation has led to fewer options for cargo owners, but the outcome was forseeable
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