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Maritime industries reportedly struggling to access government emergency funds
However horrific the disruption looks right now at a consumer level, we have to believe that coronavirus is not going to structurally change the shipping markets. Can we hope for a V-shaped recovery, or should we brace for a misshapen U? God forbid we even consider the prospect of an L-shaped non-recovery. Joining Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade this week to discuss the shape of things to come is Shipping Strategy managing director and returning podcast pundit, Mark Williams
Even amid the cashflow crunch that will likely take some casualties, there are those preparing for the upside that will come once the global supply chain eventually unplugs its current bottlenecks and global trade returns. We have to believe that Covid-19 hasn’t structurally changed the shipping markets
Governmental support is needed to maintain vital lifeline services, say Interferry and VDR
Philippines port authorities have dismissed a proposal by Quezon harbour pilots to impose a hazard fee for guiding vessels into port
The company’s container manufacturing business saw its net profit fall 92.8% in 2019, while revenue dropped by 36.1%
Mr Seroka’s remarks came as both the number of confirmed coronavirus cases and deaths in Los Angeles County rose by more than half, with public health officials warning that the trajectory of new infections was likely to grow
‘I’m reluctant to really talk too much beyond April and May,’ he says, adding that ‘we'll start seeing that cargo by the second week in April and extending into May’
The impact of the coronavirus is having a severe effect on the container trades as consumer demand slumps in the US and Europe, and now those working at sea are being hit as well
Refusing to ask for an extension beyond the end of this year amid the coronavirus crisis would be ‘irresponsible’, says freight forwarding chief
Hong Kong-listed Cosco Shipping Ports recorded $308m net profits for 2019, down 5.1% from 2018, while total throughput rose 5.5% to 123.8m teu
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