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Maersk vessel held in Tunisia over Maersk Honam claims

Feedership arrested in Tunisia is expected to be released next week after claims are made in relation to Maersk Honam cargoes

Europe Middle East and Africa

US ports join campaign against Trump's tariffs

American companies are already feeling the impact of earlier tariffs in the form of rising costs and operational disruptions

North America Asia Pacific

Yang Ming expands Vietnam and Thailand services

Yang Ming has teamed up with Cosco, OOCL, Wan Hai and RCL to expand its intra-Asia services

Asia Pacific Containers

Analysts place bets on different shipping sectors amid trade conflicts

Drewry warns that the secondary impact of Sino-US tariff conflict should not be underestimated

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

Antwerp problems cleared after strikes cause vessel backlog

Pilots return to work after strike called off following compromise between union and government

Europe Belgium

Maersk to keep Hamburg Süd and Safmarine brands

Rebranding of Sealand, Seago and MCC Transport will make it easier to promote Maersk’s deepsea and regional business, says Vincent Clerc

International Europe

Dry Bulk

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

Supramax earnings climb on coal and grain trades

Some brokers view the uptick as a temporary high as coal imports into China may start to slow following week-long holidays

International Dry Bulk

US ports join campaign against Trump's tariffs

American companies are already feeling the impact of earlier tariffs in the form of rising costs and operational disruptions

North America Asia Pacific

Analysts place bets on different shipping sectors amid trade conflicts

Drewry warns that the secondary impact of Sino-US tariff conflict should not be underestimated

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

Diana raises $100m from unsecured bond offer

Greek bulker owner is latest to tap Norwegian debt market

Europe North America

DNV GL and partners unveil LNG-fuelled ore carrier design

Three Australian mining giants BHP, Fortescue Metals Group and Rio Tinto are members of the project

Asia Pacific Europe

Sinotrans Shipping linked to possible privatisation

Hong Kong-listed company suspended its stock trading on Tuesday as it was awaiting an announcement in relation to a possible withdrawal from the stock market

Asia Pacific Hong Kong

Tankers & Gas

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

Latest From Tankers and Gas

Dorian says it has held more talks with BW

Dorian says it continues to evaluate BW’s proposal as well as other undisclosed alternatives

North America United States

Trafigura names first of 35 new tankers

The newbuilds will be delivered from now through 2019, with the majority expected in the first quarter

Asia Pacific South Korea

US ports join campaign against Trump's tariffs

American companies are already feeling the impact of earlier tariffs in the form of rising costs and operational disruptions

North America Asia Pacific

Aframax market looks to be climbing out of its trough

Inefficiencies said to be creeping into the market, keeping vessels employed for longer, according to VesselsValue analyst Court Smith

Tankers and Gas Energy

Analysts place bets on different shipping sectors amid trade conflicts

Drewry warns that the secondary impact of Sino-US tariff conflict should not be underestimated

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

US targets Germany for LNG exports

Germany will need to find other supply sources as Dutch gas facility shuts down, says Wood Mackenzie expert

North America Europe

Finance

Latest From Finance

Diana raises $100m from unsecured bond offer

Greek bulker owner is latest to tap Norwegian debt market

Europe North America

Noble to sell more bulkers under restructure

Focus for new company will be on coal, coke, aluminium and liquefied natural gas

Dry Bulk Finance

Shipping investment trust targets $250m in London IPO

EnTrustPermal seeks to float 250m shares of new investment trust Blue Ocean Maritime Income at $1 per share

Europe United Kingdom

Global shipping loan portfolios drop to $345bn

Petrofin Bank Research said another $10bn has been knocked off the portfolios of the top 40 banks over the past year. 

International Finance

Why shipping is finding it tough to break IPO drought

Postponement of Navios Containers’ planned initial public offering illustrates again that US investors can be impervious to the charms of shipping’s counter-cyclical wisdom

Europe North America

Navios Containers pulls US IPO

The company said it has ceased marketing its proposed U.S. share offering, adding it is `developing a plan to pursue a direct listing on a U.S. Stock Exchange, consistent with prior publicly stated goals'  
 
US States Containers

Insurance

Latest From Insurance

Maersk vessel held in Tunisia over Maersk Honam claims

Feedership arrested in Tunisia is expected to be released next week after claims are made in relation to Maersk Honam cargoes

Europe Middle East and Africa

Salvors and insurers mull proposed new LOF contract

Can ‘LOF Light’ save the world’s most important salvage contract after years of declining usage?

International Lloyds of London

IUMI: Brexit means uncertainty for marine market, Turner says

Trade association head speaks out after moving with family to Luxemburg to set up shop for RSA, from where business will be written, he confirms

International Insurance

IUMI: Endemic corruption in Africa hobbles insurers

Cyber risk is now commonplace in Africa, where corruption is endemic. Organised criminals are allegedly running shadow cargo operations, allowing illicit cargoes to be ‘booked’ and carried in empties

Middle East and Africa Insurance

IUMI: Trade wars will bring risk and opportunity for shipping

Tariff conflict ‘just another type of disruption’ and will mean opportunities for some, according to former British prime minister’s EU specialist

International Insurance

IUMI: Safety and regulation dominate ocean hull debate

But ultra-large container carriers pose fire challenges for crew, while culture is the key to better safety

International Insurance
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