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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: Containers

Latest From Containers

The week in charts: Piracy hotspots | China-Iranian oil trade | Methanol-fuel boxship orders grow

Dark-fleet tankers ship one third of Russian oil, dry bulk freight markets remain subdued despite positive sentiment about China’s economic prospects, and more than two dozen flags secure spotless scores in International Chamber of Shipping league table

Week in Charts Asia Pacific

K Line profits boosted by box boom

K Line’s dry bulk segment was supported by increasing demand for Chinese grain imports in the last nine months of last year

Japan Dry Bulk

SGX to launch container FFAs

Greater volatility amid uncertainty related to geopolitics, and the pandemic effects disrupting supply chains, is bound to drive interest in the new futures contracts at this time, says SGX head of commodities

Containers Asia Pacific

DP World wins bid to develop container terminal in India’s Deendayal port

The approximately 155-acres terminal will have a capacity of 2.19m teu and will increase DP World’s capacity in India to 8.19m teu

Containers DP World

Advisers and partners needed for reluctant converts

Regulatory pressure has compelled maritime companies to be more data-driven in their culture and organisation; however, there is a bewildering array of applications available

Technology and Innovation Digital Disruption

Cyber risk casts shadow over digital transformation

The push for digitalisation and interconnectivity is making shipping an increasing target for cyber attacks

Technology and Innovation Digitalisation

Dry Bulk

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

The week in charts: Piracy hotspots | China-Iranian oil trade | Methanol-fuel boxship orders grow

Dark-fleet tankers ship one third of Russian oil, dry bulk freight markets remain subdued despite positive sentiment about China’s economic prospects, and more than two dozen flags secure spotless scores in International Chamber of Shipping league table

Week in Charts Asia Pacific

K Line profits boosted by box boom

K Line’s dry bulk segment was supported by increasing demand for Chinese grain imports in the last nine months of last year

Japan Dry Bulk

NYK’s profits climb one third on ONE’s performance

In the automotive transportation segment, the impact of the global semiconductor shortage and the coronavirus on automobile production volumes is gradually receding, and transportation volumes increased compared with the same period last year, NYK said

Japan NYK

Don’t count on the China recovery to lift bulker rates just yet

Optimists are pinning monumental hopes on China’s recovery, but the extent of demand increase is not yet clear. Recent property market data and iron ore import forecasts has sent out a worrying sign

Dry Bulk China

Advisers and partners needed for reluctant converts

Regulatory pressure has compelled maritime companies to be more data-driven in their culture and organisation; however, there is a bewildering array of applications available

Technology and Innovation Digital Disruption

Cyber risk casts shadow over digital transformation

The push for digitalisation and interconnectivity is making shipping an increasing target for cyber attacks

Technology and Innovation Digitalisation

Tankers & Gas

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

Latest From Tankers and Gas

The week in charts: Piracy hotspots | China-Iranian oil trade | Methanol-fuel boxship orders grow

Dark-fleet tankers ship one third of Russian oil, dry bulk freight markets remain subdued despite positive sentiment about China’s economic prospects, and more than two dozen flags secure spotless scores in International Chamber of Shipping league table

Week in Charts Asia Pacific

Tonne mile gains and rerouted Russia oil said to ‘underpin inevitable owners’ tanker market’ to 2025

Maritime consultancy McQuilling Services and shipbroker Poten & Partners highlight how the tanker market has benefitted from increased tonne miles and why the earnings outlook stays positive through to 2025

International Tankers and Gas

Samsung Heavy Industries wins contract to build two new LNG carriers

Of the $9.4bn worth of newbuilding sales booked by the South Korean shipyard in the past year, 83% were LNG carriers

South Korea Tankers and Gas

Price cap coalition sets two price levels for petroleum products

The Group of Seven nations and Australia have agreed to set a price cap for Russian oil products. It will take effect on February 5 or as soon as is practicable thereafter

International Russian Federation

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to retrofit a more efficient shipping industry

Given the availability and relative affordability of proven technology capable of making the existing fleet more efficient, why are shipowners not queuing outside ship repair yards demanding immediate retrofits to their ships? This week’s podcast explores the complex questions of finance, payback and a deeply conservative attitude to technology upgrades

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Environment

EU sanctions have yet to sever Russia’s sinews of war

It will be some time yet before we can know the consequences for certain. Whatever they are, there is little alternative to living with them

EU Russian Federation

Finance

Latest From Finance

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: How to retrofit a more efficient shipping industry

Given the availability and relative affordability of proven technology capable of making the existing fleet more efficient, why are shipowners not queuing outside ship repair yards demanding immediate retrofits to their ships? This week’s podcast explores the complex questions of finance, payback and a deeply conservative attitude to technology upgrades

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Environment

Capital Product earnings get boost from LNG carrier additions

Greece-based containership and gas carrier owner has $1.9bn backlog of contracted revenue, of which 64% is tied to its seven LNG carriers

LNG Tankers and Gas

K Line profits boosted by box boom

K Line’s dry bulk segment was supported by increasing demand for Chinese grain imports in the last nine months of last year

Japan Dry Bulk

NYK’s profits climb one third on ONE’s performance

In the automotive transportation segment, the impact of the global semiconductor shortage and the coronavirus on automobile production volumes is gradually receding, and transportation volumes increased compared with the same period last year, NYK said

Japan NYK

SGX to launch container FFAs

Greater volatility amid uncertainty related to geopolitics, and the pandemic effects disrupting supply chains, is bound to drive interest in the new futures contracts at this time, says SGX head of commodities

Containers Asia Pacific

Adani Ports shares and bonds under pressure following short seller’s report

Adani Ports-led consortium officially took over Haifa port in Israel earlier this week

India Israel

Insurance

Latest From Insurance

Seafarers may break law helping stowaways disembark, West of England P&I club warns

Marine mutual has handled around 300 stowaways in the past three years, head of loss prevention estimates, which could be pointer to a more substantial problem

International Middle East and Africa

Confirmed P&I renewals only at halfway mark with just three weeks to go, brokers claim

‘In the current renewal climate, owners may be feeling that since all clubs are being consistent in their renewal demands, the grass won’t be any greener at a new home,’ one broker says

International Insurance

Former Swedish Club intern returns as chief executive

Nordberg pledges to strengthen financial position after S&P downgrade, and may look for alliances and partnerships with rivals

International Insurance

Hull portfolios well behind decarbonisation trajectories

Scores for insurers worse than scores for banks, say sources, but highlight differences in methodology that they say make direct comparison impossible

International Sustainability

NorthStandard will overtake Gard, says Roppestad

Norwegian marine mutual giant does not attach importance to top slot, and impending merger of two British entities should spur competition

International Norway

IMO number declared invalid after fatal explosions on UK-insured tanker linked to vessel identity fraud

Tanker Smooth Sea 22 identified by UN Security Council report in 2021 as involved in identity laundering scam, yet remained on IMO database until January 17 casualty that killed two and left five missing triggered regulatory re-examination

International Thailand
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