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Containers

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: Containers

Latest From Containers

California ports see steep drop-off in throughput as front-loading recedes

“With an uneven trade flow, we will be closely evaluating next steps for enhancing supply chain efficiencies," said Gene Seroka, executive director of the Port of Los Angeles
Asia Pacific US States

Fuel and technology dominate box shipping conversation

Box carriers and their customers face tough negotiations this year about who will foot the bill for the IMO 2020 red tape

International Maersk Group

Cosco’s 25,000 teu ship plan faces commercial challenges

Fate of a 25,000 teu ship will largely depend on how much the long-haul trade can hold up and how successful the integration of the wider logistics chain can become

Asia Pacific Containers

US customs preparing for changing trade environment

The six themes of the 21st Century Customs Framework initiative include ‘Emerging roles in the global supply chain’, ‘Intelligent enforcement' and 'Cutting-edge technology’

Containers North America

Sulphur cap could spur transhipment and slow steaming

The extent of either practice will hinge on how successful carriers are in recouping fuel costs from shippers, according to Drewry

International Containers

Transpacific rate misery marches on

Transpacific carriers could restrict capacity additions altogether in an attempt to balance the market, analysts suggest

Asia Pacific North America

Dry Bulk

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

New blow to minor bulk owners as canola feud boils over

If this is indeed the start of a new trade war between Beijing and Ottawa, this could have significant repercussions on oilseed and grain trade, shipbroker Banchero Costa noted
China Canada

Globus Maritime feels ‘downward pressure’

Globus optimistic that dry market rebound is ‘not too far off’

International Greece

Vale ordered to close another mine in Brazil

Vale has been ordered to halt operations at the Timbopeba mine in the Minas Gerais region, with an expected loss of production of 12.8m tonnes of iron ore per year

Dry Bulk Brazil

Norden expands into Africa

The Abidjan office, which will be Norden’s 11th, is due to become operational in the second quarter

Dry Bulk Ports and Logistics

Much lower iron ore trade growth to claim capesize earnings potential

London-based consultancy expects iron ore trade growth to sink to 0.1% in 2019 from expectations of 4.6% before the Brazilian dam disaster

International Dry Bulk

Belships gets loan to expand fleet

Dry bulk owner is seeking to grow its supramax and/ or ultramax fleet after merger with the Lighthouse group of companies

Dry Bulk Ship operations

Tankers & Gas

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

Latest From Tankers and Gas

US LNG exports surge 75% in January

United States Energy

Port of Corpus Christi to vote on leasing land for new terminal

The port’s commissioners will vote on whether to approve the plan for a marine terminal, petroleum storage facility and two new docks
North America United States

Stena Bulk to install scrubbers on 16 tankers

Stena Bulk has secured the payback time on its 16 scrubber installations by hedging the spread in fuel prices

International Tankers and Gas

Navig8 in sale and leaseback deals with ICBC

The latest deal with ICBC is worth $94m

Tankers and Gas Finance

Shell-led joint venture mulls doubling LNG Canada export capacity

LNG Canada’s chief executive Andy Calitz says the second expansion phase being considered by the JV is ‘a very competitive export project’

Canada Tankers and Gas

Caribbean aframax market suffers from lack of Venezuelan cargoes

India could be willing to cut all imports of Venezuelan crude to satisfy US sanctions in return for further waivers on importing Iranian crude

Venezuela United States

Finance

Latest From Finance

Straits Inter Logistics in bunker unit stake sale to fund fleet acquisition

SIL has also through a tie-up with Hong Kong-based Banle Energy International, gained access to the latter's customers who are looking to bunker at the 14 Malaysian ports it services
Malaysia Bunkers

Port of Corpus Christi to vote on leasing land for new terminal

The port’s commissioners will vote on whether to approve the plan for a marine terminal, petroleum storage facility and two new docks
North America United States

Globus Maritime feels ‘downward pressure’

Globus optimistic that dry market rebound is ‘not too far off’

International Greece

Navig8 in sale and leaseback deals with ICBC

The latest deal with ICBC is worth $94m

Tankers and Gas Finance

Dr Peters says it is continuing to offer shipping investments

Company says ‘we have been exchanging ideas with other companies for years’

Europe Germany

TEN charters out two LNG ships

With two vessels fixed on accretive medium-term charters, the company is examining further expansion in the sector

LNG Ship operations

Insurance

Latest From Insurance

Willis Towers Watson hires Marsh’s Ripton

David Ripton has more than 30 years’ experience in marine insurance

Europe London

Maersk to set own hull pricing as more insurance switched to captive

Recent major casualties on Maersk ships include a fire on Maersk Honam last year, a collision involving chemtanker Carla Maersk in 2014, and water ingress in the engine room of Emma Maersk in 2013

Europe Denmark

Swedish Club rules out additional premiums for Pakistan calls

‘There are quite a number of areas in the world where we like to know when members go there, but we don’t automatically charge additional premium,’ says Swedish Club’s Tord Nilsson

Asia Pacific Pakistan

War risk insurers evaluating India-Pakistan tensions

‘We are following the geopolitical situation in the region, but we do not yet see a threat to shipping. We assess the threat to shipping to be low,’ said Anders Hovelsrud, insurance director at DNK.

Asia Pacific India

West of England gains on renewal despite premium increase

American Club, Gard, London Club, North, Skuld and UK Club have all previously declared higher levels of tonnage at cut-off point than same date in 2018

Europe United Kingdom

Skuld axes Lloyd’s syndicate 1897

Syndicate 1897, which writes marine, energy, cargo and liability insurance, was launched in 2011, in an effort to expand the P&I club’s offering to hull and machinery

London United Kingdom
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