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Containers Data Hub

The focal point for business-critical data on container shipping

Aggregating data sets from a wide range of sources, the data hub provides a one-stop shop for gaining an insight into the sector

 

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Lloyd's List Containers

Box shipping’s jigsaw falling into place

 

 

Schedule reliability plagues shippers and carriers

Clearer insight into shipper demand could benefit on-time deliveries, but major challenges remain

International Containers Ports and Logistics

Maersk navigates global challenges

Søren Skou charts a course between global tensions, slowing growth and volatile fuel prices

International Maersk Group Containers

Newbuilds breathe life into conventional reefer shipping

The conventional reefer fleet could fall to as low as 300 units by 2030, but reefers’ strength on niche trades suggests the sector still has a future despite dwindling numbers

International Containers Reefers

Back on track

Linton Nightingale

 

Strong growth returns to the upper echelons of the container port premier league, with China leading the way

Port data

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Market insight

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

Trade war dims charter market sentiment

Owners will have to withdraw transpacific capacity if proposed tariffs come into effect, leaving chartered tonnage due for expiry in 2019 heavily exposed, according to MSI analysts Daniel Richards

Containers International

Transpacific rates feel weight of tariffs

US shippers are reportedly reluctant to commit to forward bookings with profit margins set to tighten

Asia Pacific North America

Costamare eyes surge in rates for larger boxships

Costamare’s latest earnings report highlights the lift-off in post-panamax boxship rates in recent weeks with several stand-out fixtures amid good fundamentals of low supply and strong demand

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Ports and Logistics

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: Ports and Logistics

Latest From Ports and Logistics

Argentina may give Asian LNG importers an alternative to US

Argentine production could reach 6m tpa by 2024, 10m tpa by 2030
Asia Pacific South America

DHL Global Forwarding stays top of 3PL league

Gains made last year will be difficult to replicate again in 2019

International Containers

Cagliari transhipment hub future in doubt

Negotiations over the future of CICT are continuing following Hapag-Lloyd’s decision to pull out from calling at the terminal

Europe Italy
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Maersk considers northern sea route service

Danish box line wants to team up with Russian icebreaker owner as spotlight is thrown on possible new sea routes

Europe Denmark

Hapag-Lloyd uses new credit facility to pay off senior notes

German container line shuffles old debt for new in effort to reduce costs

Europe Germany

Brussels advised to stick or twist on block exemption rules

Report recommends extending the liner competition rules, but with amendments

Europe Containers

DHL Global Forwarding stays top of 3PL league

Gains made last year will be difficult to replicate again in 2019

International Containers

Cagliari transhipment hub future in doubt

Negotiations over the future of CICT are continuing following Hapag-Lloyd’s decision to pull out from calling at the terminal

Europe Italy

Viewpoint: Ports key to supply chains

Ports represent the front door to any country and to an island like this, efficient ports with good landside communications are the very key to national prosperity

Viewpoint United Kingdom
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