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Liverpool warns of jobs cuts on volume downturn

With UK demand set to fall as inflation bites, Liverpool is already seeing a ‘marked deterioration’ in volumes. It is now seeking to reduce its headcount as industrial action continues

Europe United Kingdom

Why liner operators won’t be begging for boxship charter rate reductions

Speculation that boxship charters will be renegotiated following recent declines in freight rates are unfounded and will be limited to minor players only

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Russia’s boxship trade shifts east

The downward trend in containership arrivals in Russia, which was caused by the withdrawal of services by major container lines, appears to have softened in the third quarter 

Russian Federation Asia Pacific

Malta hosts meeting of minds between industry and regulators

Shipping decarbonisation needs global approach ‘otherwise you are just pushing emissions to a different part of the planet’, says transport minister Aaron Farrugia

Malta Containers
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Sanctions fail to stem Russia’s outbound seaborne trade

Number of Russian vessels exporting goods to foreign trading partners has rebounded from the initial impact of sanctions and remain largely unchanged

Russian Federation Ukraine

Boxship overcapacity rears its head again

As night follows day, container lines overorder during the good times and repent on the downturn. With 7m teu heading towards the market and growth declining, carriers will need to find ways of absorbing excess capacity

International Containers

Ports group seeks to close gap in investment

After the shockwaves of the pandemic, ports were found wanting. A new report seeks to find solutions to prevent a repetition

International Containers

Congestion impact on boxship capacity to clear by early 2023

At its worst, congestion tied up over 10% of available boxship capacity. Half of that has now been released back to the market, with indications that the situation will normalise by the first quarter of next year

International Containers

The week in charts: Container spot rates slide | Product tanker profits strong | Port of New York and New Jersey is busiest in US

Upturn anticipated in scrapping sales, the Shanghai Containerised Freight Index continues to tumble, and new entrants on deepsea container shipping routes are cutting service offerings

Week in Charts Asia Pacific

Ship recycling feels impact of credit restrictions and currency turbulence

Upturn anticipated in scrapping sales amid falling freight rates for dry cargo and containership sectors

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Owners switch cargoes to grains to exit Ukraine ports

Two Greek companies and a Japanese owner have managed or are in the process of switching cargoes after their ships, loaded with commodities including coal and iron ore, became stranded in Ukraine earlier in the year

Dry Bulk Ukraine

Liverpool warns of jobs cuts on volume downturn

With UK demand set to fall as inflation bites, Liverpool is already seeing a ‘marked deterioration’ in volumes. It is now seeking to reduce its headcount as industrial action continues

Europe United Kingdom

Malta hosts meeting of minds between industry and regulators

Shipping decarbonisation needs global approach ‘otherwise you are just pushing emissions to a different part of the planet’, says transport minister Aaron Farrugia

Malta Containers
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Russia’s boxship trade shifts east

The downward trend in containership arrivals in Russia, which was caused by the withdrawal of services by major container lines, appears to have softened in the third quarter 

Russian Federation Asia Pacific

Liverpool warns of jobs cuts on volume downturn

With UK demand set to fall as inflation bites, Liverpool is already seeing a ‘marked deterioration’ in volumes. It is now seeking to reduce its headcount as industrial action continues

Europe United Kingdom

Yangzijiang order for 22 newbuilds pushes orderbook to record $10.3bn

China-based shipbuilder Yangzijiang has moved into the liquefied natural gas segment. Fresh from its recent tie-up with gas containment systems specialist GTT, it is also looking to invest in a new production line to meet future demand

Asia Pacific China

Progress made in talks to take Seaspan private

Chairman and owners of Atlas want to take the company private. While progress has been made, it still faces ‘significant contingencies’

United States Containers

Malta hosts meeting of minds between industry and regulators

Shipping decarbonisation needs global approach ‘otherwise you are just pushing emissions to a different part of the planet’, says transport minister Aaron Farrugia

Malta Containers

EU sanctions target Russian class society and outline oil price cap

‘The package agreed today introduces into the EU legislation the basis to put in place a price cap related to the maritime transport of Russian oil for third countries and further restrictions on the maritime transport of crude oil and petroleum products to third countries’ — European Council

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