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Containers

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: Containers

Latest From Containers

Capacity management driving transpacific rates boost

Trade wars may push post-peak slowdown into the first quarter of next year, putting carriers’ 2019 contract negotiations at risk

Asia Pacific North America

ICTSI eyes $100m Visayas box hub

ICTSI plans to carry out dredging works alongside both ports to allow safe passage for the new generation of international ships, while equipping the pair with modern quayside crane handling equipment

Asia Pacific Philippines

Wan Hai signs off on 20 newbuilds

Japan Marine United will build eight 3,036 ships on behalf of Wan Hai and Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard a dozen 2,038 units

Containers Asia Pacific

Yang Ming sees trade war boosting China’s exports

Revenue has kept growing on more lifting volume, but bunker costs have gone up significantly

Asia Pacific Europe

CMA CGM takes four Poseidon ships on five-year charters

The four 6,927 teu vessels are expected to generate total ebitda of $135m for the owner over the charter period

Europe France

Tom Boardley joins the Lloyd’s List Editorial Board

The Editorial Board, which consists of 16 senior experts representing all sectors of the maritime industry, has a mandate to guide content and ensure that Lloyd’s List continues to answer the questions that matter most to those in the shipping world

Europe Containers

Dry Bulk

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

EuroDry makes first addition to fleet as an independent company

Greek dry bulk owner confirms deal to purchase 75,845 dwt vessel. The price is not given, but brokers estimate a value of $9.8m

International Dry Bulk

Capesize earnings fall 66% on Australian iron ore rail outage

Average weighted time charter earnings sink to $11,250 per day 

Dry Bulk Ports and Logistics

Blockchain trials turn to finance

Container and dry bulk shipments are being tested using documentation exchanged in electronic formats via blockchain technologies

Asia Pacific Singapore

Tech start-ups face challenge to provide shipping solutions

While their software tools can help with complex bunker procurement and other processes, it's a chicken-and-the-egg situation as shipping companies remain hesitant and they struggle to prove their worth
International Denmark

Genco sells older tonnage as it swings to profit

US-based company has bought six vessels in recent months and hopes to complete the sale of five bulkers in total by the end of the year

Dry Bulk Sale and Purchase

Safe Bulkers earnings climb on improved charter rates

Safe Bulkers has agreed a number of loan amendments and refinancings, resulting in pushing back about $132m in balloon repayments

International United States

Tankers & Gas

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

Latest From Tankers and Gas

A winter boost for clean tankers

Falling oil prices are spurring demand for oil and the short supply of vessels in certain load regions should boost the clean tanker trade in the winter months
International Tankers and Gas

Poland signs third US gas deal in the name of energy security

Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline project raises Polish energy security concerns. The pipeline would bypass Poland and Ukraine to connect with Germany, leaving Russia freer to exploit the countries’ energy dependence

North America Europe

Tsakos tanker awaits clearance as Norwegian oil terminal reopens

Tsakos Energy Navigation hopes to get clearance for vessel to proceed to a discharge port in the UK

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Europe Norway

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: From hot air to cool gas

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Tankers and Gas

Odfjell eyes tanker growth

Oslo-listed company expects to operate 92 vessels by the end of 2020 from 82 in the third quarter

International Norway

Torm starts venture with GSI and ME Production for scrubbers

The Danish tanker owner could spend almost $80m on scrubber installations ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap

Tankers and Gas Fuels

Finance

Latest From Finance

Yang Ming sees trade war boosting China’s exports

Revenue has kept growing on more lifting volume, but bunker costs have gone up significantly

Asia Pacific Europe

A winter boost for clean tankers

Falling oil prices are spurring demand for oil and the short supply of vessels in certain load regions should boost the clean tanker trade in the winter months
International Tankers and Gas

CMA CGM takes four Poseidon ships on five-year charters

The four 6,927 teu vessels are expected to generate total ebitda of $135m for the owner over the charter period

Europe France

Aegean Marine creditors move to block ‘loan-to-own’ strategy

The group of creditors calls for an extensive investigation into Mercuria’s ‘undue control’ and ‘bad faith conduct’, which they say prevented the negotiation of a restructuring plan with Aegean’s debtors

Finance Law

Safe Bulkers earnings climb on improved charter rates

Safe Bulkers has agreed a number of loan amendments and refinancings, resulting in pushing back about $132m in balloon repayments

International United States

Ardmore sees wider losses amid weak charter market

The outlook remains positive for MR tonne-mile demand, said the company’s chief executive, who cited oil consumption growth, refinery expansions, vessel supply outlook and heightened demand from next year’s marine fuel switch

International Tankers and Gas

Insurance

Latest From Insurance

Standard Asia agrees co-operation deal with Ping An P&C

Deal marks a significant milestone in the club’s growth ambitions in China, says chairman

Asia Pacific China

Shipowner fined for ballast mistake after rule change

In a claim settled by the ITIC, the shipowner sought repayment arguing that the shipmanager should have been aware of California's July 2017 law change

North America United States

Gard sees sharp fall in surplus after investment loss

But club joins London, UK, Britannia and Steamship in declaring zero general increase, effectively setting a benchmark for marine mutuals for the year ahead

Europe Norway

London and UK Clubs freeze rates

But UK Club hints at future increases as combined ratio drifts out to 107% in first six months of 2018

Europe London

Hong Kong eyes bigger role as arbitration centre

The city has unique advantages and favourable conditions to help it cultivate arbitration business

Asia Pacific Law

Marine consultancy offers ‘fresh thinking’ on emerging risk exposure

The tsunami of regulatory red tape engulfing shipping has opened the way to sell services to shipowners, charterers and insurers on managing new risk exposures

United Kingdom International
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