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Containers

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: Containers

Latest From Containers

CMA CGM suffers on higher bunker costs

French carrier suffers from rising bunker costs even as transported volume remains high

Europe France

Rusal-induced supply chain shake-up put on hold

Russian aluminium giant is resuming bauxite, alumina and aluminium shipments, having taken steps to rid of Oleg Deripaska’s influence

Europe North America

Greek shipping faces ‘disproportionate’ environmental pressure, owners say

Greece should take advantage of developments in Europe in order to attract a big part of maritime and ancillary activities, says UGS president Theodore Veniamis

Europe Greece

Carriers turn to bunker surcharges to prop up rates as costs rise

Container carriers blame rising fuel costs and subsequent low freight rates on significant first-quarter losses

International Containers

Changing Lanes: The emerging picture on the Asia-South America trade lane

Mergers and acquisitions have required reshuffles to meet regulatory requirements

Asia Pacific South America

The Interview Yntze Buitenwerf

Seatrade’s chief executive has overseen an unconventional switch from the conventional operator to the liner business, but he insists the company is sticking to its roots

International Containers

Dry Bulk

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Markets :: Dry Bulk

Rusal-induced supply chain shake-up put on hold

Russian aluminium giant is resuming bauxite, alumina and aluminium shipments, having taken steps to rid of Oleg Deripaska’s influence

Europe North America

Greek shipping faces ‘disproportionate’ environmental pressure, owners say

Greece should take advantage of developments in Europe in order to attract a big part of maritime and ancillary activities, says UGS president Theodore Veniamis

Europe Greece

Short-term prospects for capes dim on strikes

Average weighted time charter earnings on the Baltic Exchange have fallen from $20,801 per day on May 14 to $11,177 at the close on Friday

International Asia Pacific

Moderate long-term growth in sight for Chinese seaborne iron ore

Steel production to grow at a slower pace of 1%-1.5% during the coming years, JP Morgan says

Asia Pacific China

Chinese leasing encounters a slow start to 2018

Executives from ICBC Leasing, Bocomm Leasing, CMB Leasing and AVIC Leasing are divided on whether they should be more engaged with smaller shipping firms

Asia Pacific Containers

Euroseas hints at M&A as dry bulk listing gets SEC approval

Euroseas and EuroDry could be attractive to other small or large private fleets looking for opportunities to grow and obtain a public listing

Europe Greece

Tankers & Gas

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Markets :: Tankers and Gas

Latest From Tankers and Gas

Concordia Maritime expands suezmax fleet

Three ships built in 2012-2014 will be deployed in the Stena-Sonangol pool for spot trading

Sweden Tankers and Gas

Greek shipping faces ‘disproportionate’ environmental pressure, owners say

Greece should take advantage of developments in Europe in order to attract a big part of maritime and ancillary activities, says UGS president Theodore Veniamis

Europe Greece

AET orders four new shuttle tankers for Petrobras contract

Singapore-based AET Tankers orders four more DP2 shuttle tankers as it wins long-term contract from Petrobras

Tankers and Gas Shipbuilding

International Seaways raises $25m in baby bonds

Notes will pay 8.5% interest and they will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange

Tankers and Gas Finance

Will China’s leasing majors embrace ‘tier-II owner’ Scorpio Tankers?

Scorpio Tankers may be a second tier shipowner, but the main Chinese leasing financiers appear to like it

Asia Pacific North America

StealthGas sells three ships as asset prices firm up

Nasdaq-listed owner slips into a first-quarter loss on higher bunker and ballasting costs

Greece Tankers and Gas

Finance

Latest From Finance

CMA CGM suffers on higher bunker costs

French carrier suffers from rising bunker costs even as transported volume remains high

Europe France

International Seaways raises $25m in baby bonds

Notes will pay 8.5% interest and they will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange

Tankers and Gas Finance

Will China’s leasing majors embrace ‘tier-II owner’ Scorpio Tankers?

Scorpio Tankers may be a second tier shipowner, but the main Chinese leasing financiers appear to like it

Asia Pacific North America

Shipowners back call to boost Hong Kong’s maritime financing and leasing sector

Hong Kong came in seventh in the Menon Economics ranking of leading global maritime capitals last year, compared with Shanghai, which was fourth and Singapore, seen as its closest regional competitor, came in first

Asia Pacific Hong Kong

Chinese leasing encounters a slow start to 2018

Executives from ICBC Leasing, Bocomm Leasing, CMB Leasing and AVIC Leasing are divided on whether they should be more engaged with smaller shipping firms

Asia Pacific Containers

Zim follows the pack to first-quarter loss

Updated: Irrational supply side is contrary to basic laws of economics, Zim says

Middle East and Africa Israel

Insurance

Latest From Insurance

North P&I Club slips into the red

Declines seen in premium income and combined ratio

Europe United Kingdom

Supreme Court decision clarifies drug and contraband risk

Suitable policies available at modest cost, Moore insists

South America Venezuela

Owner of B Atlantic loses final appeal in long-running drugs case

Ruling has major implications for interpretation of causation under Institute Clauses

South America Venezuela

Marine will remain core line at merged SSL Endeavour, Lawrence vows

Existing managements retain significant stakes even though JC Flowers will have control

Europe London

Marine broker SSL to merge with Endeavour under ownership of JC Flowers

Senior management from both sides to remain

Europe London

Britannia sees top line jump despite drop in call and premium income

Members in line for $20m cashback

Europe London
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