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From containers to tankers, from ship owning to ship management, market forces continue to incentivise mergers and acquisitions
Large firms are more financially capable of investing in required services and vessels
Trade data sharing move may lead to more barriers coming down between the former intense rivals, which also have similar businesses in dry bulk, tankers and car carriers
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Columbia Marlow chief executive says shipmanagers must do the heavy lifting
Fleet of modern project carriers delivered over the past five years well-positioned to capitalise on any sector upturn
CSH's joint takeover offer with Shanghai International Ports Group is still dependent on regulatory approval
Major restructuring of Chinese state-owned shipbuilding entities likely to involve acquisition of more yards from parent and debt-to-equity swap
Maersk is expected to complete its acquisition of Hamburg Süd by the end of the year but the German line is already in talks with works councils about plans to reduce the local headcount by 11%
Boss of Japanese giant questions the future benefits of of ultra large containerships
Poseidon Container’s intention to merge with Euroseas and acquire ships from Diana paves the way for another significant Greek boxship player
Competition regulator's approval contingent on Hamburg Süd's withdrawal from the SAAF vessel-sharing agreement involved with the South Africa-east coast South America route
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