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DP World ties up the links with Unifeeder acquisition

Moving from operating terminals into operating ships may raise eyebrows, but DP World needs to find a way to diversify and make its offering more compelling to its customers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ransomware: yes, you’re at risk too

Maersk and Cosco incidents show that industry must make things as hard as possible for the hackers
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Expansion starts when merger completes

OOIL’s 1m teu fleet expansion plan may encourage investors, but the bigger question is how other large carriers would think and react to the move
 

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Calm seas or doldrums?

 

Five risks to check: Container shipping

Oversupply worries persists with large newbuilding tonnage, while high bunker bills erode earnings of carriers

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The Interview: Jeremy Nixon

Ocean Network Express, the container line forged from merging the box shipping operations of three fiercely competitive Japanese shipping companies, got off to a rather rough start earlier this year. Now, three months on from its April 1 operational launch, chief executive Jeremy Nixon tells Lloyd's List that the business has settled into its rhythm.
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MSC’s Diego Aponte warns of price dumping risks as container shipping recovery fizzles out

State-supported container lines may distort the market through unfair pricing practices, says MSC as it draws attention to the ambitious expansion plans of certain carriers

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Slowly does it

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Global box growth maintains moderate inclination and China remains the chief driver

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Market insight

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Latest From Charter rates, Freight rates, Between the lines & Containers

Spot market offers little relief for carriers bidding to recoup fuel costs

The latest SCFI and WCI data show only sideward rate movement on the two major east-west trade lanes

Containers Asia Pacific

Carrier woes weigh on charter market

The idle boxship pool has continued to rise as carriers scale back on capacity

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Rate relief for transpacific carriers, but for how long?

Transpacific carriers were looking for GRIs of up to $1,000 per feu from July 1

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Ports and Logistics

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DFDS orders another roro ferry after posting weaker second quarter profit

Order is placed after the company posted a 16% decline in net profit to $62.2m in April -June
Europe Ports and Logistics

Kenya seeks to bring shipping line back from the dead

Plans afoot to revive Kenya National Shipping Line

Middle East and Africa Kenya

Heavyweights sign up to port technology alliance for the UK market

Associated British Ports, Rolls-Royce and Svitzer are to work jointly to develop new technologies to keep British ports at the forefront of sustainability and efficiency. At a kick-off meeting in Southampton, the three companies said the aim was to maintain UK ports’ competitive position

United Kingdom Rolls-Royce
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Why there are Three Elements to maritime efficiency

Next generation technology will play an increasingly significant part in upgrading maritime efficiency. However, as the Lloyd's List SMM Business Briefing will reveal, technology can be even more effective when working alongside a better understanding of the regulatory environment, and the needs of tomorrow's seafarers and shore teams

International Europe

Kenya seeks to bring shipping line back from the dead

Plans afoot to revive Kenya National Shipping Line

Middle East and Africa Kenya

Yang Ming unveils feedership orders

Taiwanese carrier says the ships will be complied with the new international environmental regulations, including the 2020 sulphur cap

Asia Pacific Taiwan

Hapag-Lloyd adds quote tool to digital service line-up

Direct bookings system seems to simplify shipper experience

Europe Germany

Heavyweights sign up to port technology alliance for the UK market

Associated British Ports, Rolls-Royce and Svitzer are to work jointly to develop new technologies to keep British ports at the forefront of sustainability and efficiency. At a kick-off meeting in Southampton, the three companies said the aim was to maintain UK ports’ competitive position

United Kingdom Rolls-Royce

Intermodal issues compound tight inbound US ocean freight capacity

Shippers warned over truck and rail capacity

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