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Containers

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: Containers

Latest From Containers

MSC confirms options for five new ultra large boxships at DSME

Order at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering will join fleet of ultra large boxships. Brokers indicate they will be scrubber-fitted 23,000 teu units

Containers Shipbuilding

Fuel-cost indexing mechanism set up for IMO 2020

With fuel surcharges set to increase sharply, a shipper lobby group has produced a toolkit to make extra charges more transparent

Europe Containers

Changing Lanes: Japan-EU trade agreement boosts Italian exports

Trade deal demonstrates benefits of economic co-operation and free trade

Containers Political and Trade

Climate concern will end shipping ‘as you know it’, warns Citi banker

The climate change agenda is making such quick inroads into shipping that some shipping companies may think their best option is to sell their company, says a banker behind the Poseidon Principles 

International Containers

Change is exciting or terrifying — you decide

So much has changed in the global economy over the past 20 years that shipping would be foolish to believe the pace of change will ease by 2030 or 2040. Change is the catalyst for growth

Europe Asia Pacific

Carriers ‘waste opportunity’ to raise Asia-Europe rates

Average spot rates on the Asia-Northern Europe trade are down 18% on the past year, despite a near 6% increase in demand

Containers Market Insight

Dry Bulk

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

World steel demand to remain resilient

China’s steel demand is showing high growth this year owing to a strong real estate sector, the World Steel Association says 

Dry Bulk Political and Trade

Capesizes eye gains as Vale ramps up iron ore output

Vale is also expecting to bring back a further 25m tonnes of shuttered iron ore output in 2021

Dry Bulk Brazil

Climate concern will end shipping ‘as you know it’, warns Citi banker

The climate change agenda is making such quick inroads into shipping that some shipping companies may think their best option is to sell their company, says a banker behind the Poseidon Principles 

International Containers

Change is exciting or terrifying — you decide

So much has changed in the global economy over the past 20 years that shipping would be foolish to believe the pace of change will ease by 2030 or 2040. Change is the catalyst for growth

Europe Asia Pacific

Pacific Basin warns of ‘tight market conditions’

Despite the ongoing volatility, the Hong Kong-based company says momentum has returned to the dry bulk market

Dry Bulk Asia Pacific

China ramps up cement imports

The move by China to source cement from Vietnam could have a double boost for dry bulk, as Vietnam would require more coal in the energy-intensive process of cement production, according to Braemar research

Dry Bulk Environment

Tankers & Gas

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

Latest From Tankers and Gas

Tanker earnings collapse on lower West Africa ship charters

Earnings for very large crude carriers on routes to Asia from the Middle East Gulf plunged the most

Tankers and Gas Finance

BW Group sells BW LPG stake for $45m

Parent company sells a 5% stake in BW LPG but still controls about 42%

BW firms LPG

MPA revokes bunker craft operator licence of Inter-Pacific Petroleum

MPA has taken a tough stance against the tampering of mass flow meters, with magnets in particular singled out. Two operators have had their licences revoked so far this year

Singapore Tankers and Gas

Alafouzos family tightens grip on Okeanis Eco Tankers

The family has boosted its majority stake in the Oslo-listed firm just as QVT Financial becomes its second-largest shareholder

Energy Finance

Tanker rates hit fresh 15-year high

Rates surged after US sanctions imposed on September 25 on two tanker subsidiaries owned by China’s state-owned Cosco for shipping Iranian crude spooked refiners and traders, who shunned all tonnage connected with the world’s largest shipping company

International Tankers and Gas

Climate concern will end shipping ‘as you know it’, warns Citi banker

The climate change agenda is making such quick inroads into shipping that some shipping companies may think their best option is to sell their company, says a banker behind the Poseidon Principles 

International Containers

Finance

Latest From Finance

Tanker earnings collapse on lower West Africa ship charters

Earnings for very large crude carriers on routes to Asia from the Middle East Gulf plunged the most

Tankers and Gas Finance

BW Group sells BW LPG stake for $45m

Parent company sells a 5% stake in BW LPG but still controls about 42%

BW firms LPG

Barakah Offshore revival scuttled by Petronas licence suspension

The agreement with white knight Lecca Group to pump in $9.7m and buy pipelaying barge Kota Laksamana 101 for $21m was terminated as a result of the move

Asia Pacific Malaysia

Alafouzos family tightens grip on Okeanis Eco Tankers

The family has boosted its majority stake in the Oslo-listed firm just as QVT Financial becomes its second-largest shareholder

Energy Finance

Tanker rates hit fresh 15-year high

Rates surged after US sanctions imposed on September 25 on two tanker subsidiaries owned by China’s state-owned Cosco for shipping Iranian crude spooked refiners and traders, who shunned all tonnage connected with the world’s largest shipping company

International Tankers and Gas

Cosco Shipping Holdings issues $212m in short-term bonds

As of end-July, the company’s total current liabilities amounted to Yuan79.2bn, including Yuan24.6bn short-term borrowings, whereas its cash and cash equivalents stood at Yuan33.4bn

Asia Pacific Containers

Insurance

Latest From Insurance

Lloyd’s Law Reports: A century of maritime and commercial law reporting

In October 1919, Lloyd’s launched the first series of law reports dedicated to shipping matters, a tradition that has now reached a century-long milestone

Insurance Law

Cargo ship sinks off Tokyo as typhoon hits

Three of the 12-member crew have been rescued, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence

Asia Pacific Casualty

Globe promotes Dymond to head of marine

Globe Underwriting, the UK-based managing general agent, has promoted David Dymond to head of marine and transport following the retirement of Peter Rogers

International London

Willis Re appoints Don Harrell as chief operating officer

Harrell joins from Aspen Insurance, where he was head of international insurance and active underwriter of its Lloyd’s Syndicate 4711

Insurance People

Cosco parent begins marine insurance exit from London as sanctions bite

The shift to China from Europe comes amid intensifying contagion fears among banks, class societies, charterers and bunker suppliers about exposure to unilateral US sanctions on Iran because of Cosco’s ambiguous and opaque ownership structure

Asia Pacific China

Bodies from sunken Bourbon Rhode found as Shipowners’ Club confirms cover

‘Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones who are grieving over this dramatic event’ — chief executive Gaël Bodénès

France Offshore
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