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Where is the outrage over ports’ refusal of crew change?

East of the Suez Canal, crew change is an exception rather than the rule today. And the problem with that beggar-thy-neighbour attitude is that it is a frontal assault on the integrity of the very supply chain that we all rely on, and mostly so by the nations and ports that are the biggest beneficiary of shipping

Crewing Coronavirus

US ports plan 24/7 supply chain operations to cut delays

The Pacific Merchant Shipping Association said dwell times were up in August with the increased throughput at the two west coast ports

US States Containers

The unbroken laws of supply and demand

Scarcity drives up prices. So why would container lines offer their limited capacity for less than they could earn for it? The answer may lie in the long game

International CMA CGM

Asia-Europe box trade suffers from global disruption

Demand growth on the Asia-Europe trade lane has been flat since 2019. But it is also marred by high freight costs because of capacity shortages elsewhere

Europe Containers

Asian ship financers must pay heed to sustainable finance

The equivocation of Asian lenders regarding sustainability-linked ship finance is understandable. It takes time to digest the new rules designed by foreign experts in a foreign language based on foreign ideas

Asia Pacific Finance

Little relief in sight for equipment shortages

There is no shortage of physical container equipment in the market. But delays in returning boxes to origination destinations are sucking up capacity

International Containers

Weekly Briefing: Box shipping dodges bullet | Capesizes weather typhoon | Rising oil demand fails to lift tankers

The closure of Shanghai and Ningbo fortunately proved short-lived for the box sector still reeling from supply chain disruption, while a typhoon led to the shutdown of China’s two largest port complexes, helping to drive capesize rates through the roof due to vessel delays

International Containers

What should be the next green fuels?

It is hoped that leaders in the more consolidated boxship sector could reduce their obsession with the first-mover advantage and sit together to come up with solutions that would help the wider shipping industry forge a more efficient way of developing future clean marine fuels

Asia Pacific Containers

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Ports and Logistics

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US ports plan 24/7 supply chain operations to cut delays

The Pacific Merchant Shipping Association said dwell times were up in August with the increased throughput at the two west coast ports

US States Containers

The unbroken laws of supply and demand

Scarcity drives up prices. So why would container lines offer their limited capacity for less than they could earn for it? The answer may lie in the long game

International CMA CGM

Asia-Europe box trade suffers from global disruption

Demand growth on the Asia-Europe trade lane has been flat since 2019. But it is also marred by high freight costs because of capacity shortages elsewhere

Europe Containers
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Pizza ovens and gyms for crew on Eastern Pacific fleet

Perks include access to mental health professionals, upgraded accommodation and fitness programmes

Containers Tankers and Gas

Where is the outrage over ports’ refusal of crew change?

East of the Suez Canal, crew change is an exception rather than the rule today. And the problem with that beggar-thy-neighbour attitude is that it is a frontal assault on the integrity of the very supply chain that we all rely on, and mostly so by the nations and ports that are the biggest beneficiary of shipping

Crewing Coronavirus

Speculation continues over Yang Ming’s order spree

The company described the media reports as ‘speculations’, adding it has not published any expenditure plans

Asia Pacific Containers

US ports plan 24/7 supply chain operations to cut delays

The Pacific Merchant Shipping Association said dwell times were up in August with the increased throughput at the two west coast ports

US States Containers

CMA CGM confirms data leak after cyber attack

Hackers say they have exposed part of CMA CGM’s customer data via a link to Google Drive and threatened to ‘lay out the entire database’ in a week

Asia Pacific Containers

The unbroken laws of supply and demand

Scarcity drives up prices. So why would container lines offer their limited capacity for less than they could earn for it? The answer may lie in the long game

International CMA CGM
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