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Consolidation

From containers to tankers, from ship owning to ship management, market forces continue to incentivise mergers and acquisitions

HSH Nordbank confirms feedership loan sale

Bank sells JR Shipping debts to UK-based fund ahead of privatisation

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Hapag-Lloyd doubles profit in third quarter

Rising bunker costs lead to a large increase in Hapag-Lloyd’s cost base only partially offset by increased liftings during the third quarter

Europe Germany

Global Ship Lease in merger deal with Poseidon Containers

Global Ship Lease chief executive Ian Webber will continue as chief executive of the combined company
Mergers and Acquisitions Consolidation

The Interview: Mary Brooks

First female winner of the Onassis Prize for Shipping has decades of experience in maritime research, spanning liner regulation in the 1970s, port regulation in the 1990s and short-sea shipping this century.
North America Europe

CMA CGM offers to buy out CEVA shareholders

Bid would see CMA CGM take effective control of the logistics operator as it promises to turn around its fortunes

Europe France

Brussels clears CMA CGM’s Containerships deal

Commission find no competition concerns in French carrier’s acquisition of Finnish shortsea operator

Europe Finland

Box carriers ‘held back by manual and analogue processes’

Carriers are trapped in a ‘prisoner’s dilemma’ of needing to compete with rival’s ship orders instead of investing in services

Europe International

US supply chain company acquires INTTRA

Deal to take over online freight booker will give INTTRA’s carrier and freight forwarder customers visibility of supply chain requirements

North America United States

Sinotrans Shipping takes more time to flesh out delisting plans

The company’s shares have halted trading since September 18

China Hong Kong

Between the Lines: Liner connectivity increases

The trend for fewer services that emerged with the launch of the latest alliances appears to have gone into reverse

International Containers
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