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Blast may have devastating impact on Lebanon's trade flows

With Beirut's port closed, it is likely that Lebanon’s second port of Tripoli — believed to be operating at just 40% capacity due to the health crisis — will become the main gateway for emergency supplies and normal trading

Ports and Logistics Casualty

Beirut explosion hits container links

Neighbouring Tripoli lacks the capacity to handle volumes from Beirut as carriers start to reroute ships

Middle East and Africa Lebanon

Container port capacity growth to contract with declining trade

Risks to the outlook are said to remain if a resurgence in coronavirus cases leads to further widespread economic lockdowns

International Containers

From the News Desk: Decarbonisation requires joined-up thinking

It is clear there is no single answer to shipping’s decarbonisation dilemma and it is certain that different fuels will be utilised as the industry gradually moves towards a zero-carbon future. But what the viable options are and how and when they will be deployed remains a challenge

International Tankers and Gas

Outlook: Is shipping coping with the pandemic?

The outlooks, forecasts and predictions for 2020 which were compiled at the end of last year now look like they were made in another age and on another planet. So what has the remainder of this most unusual year got in store for the industry?

Containers Dry Bulk

Seafarer crisis is a challenge for the whole marine sector

First and foremost, shipowners and their insurers will very likely face claims from seafarers

Containers Dry Bulk

The week in charts: Containers turn positive; ship finance grows

Reinstated sailings and a pick-up in China port calls indicate activity in the containers sectors is on the increase, while despite a weak outlook, more tonnage is expected to be added to the dry bulk fleet this year

International Containers

Box freight rates in the balance

Container lines will have to make sensible decisions if they are to maintain the freight rate gains that have supported the sector through the crisis

International Containers
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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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Robust volume growth across China, backed by other strong regional performances, beefed up global throughput figures in 2018. However, it wasn’t all plain sailing for the elite box facilities

Port data

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The figures behind the rankings. Compare and contrast different ports across multiple years

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Ports and Logistics

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Latest From Ports and Logistics

Cost of repatriation is deterring crew changes, say seafarers

Stories have emerged of owners compensating by sending hampers of baby gifts to the families of crew who have missed the birth of their child

International Coronavirus

Freight volumes show signs of recovery

June volumes were higher than in May and the corresponding month last year. Figures for the first six months of the year remain sharply down

International Containers

Beirut blast — what we know so far

Investigations are already being carried out into the circumstances surrounding a huge blast that tore through Lebanon's capital with the force of an earthquake, killing dozens of people and injuring thousands more. While many questions remain, some facts are already known

Lebanon Containers
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Latest From Containers

Freight volumes show signs of recovery

June volumes were higher than in May and the corresponding month last year. Figures for the first six months of the year remain sharply down

International Containers

Beirut blast — what we know so far

Investigations are already being carried out into the circumstances surrounding a huge blast that tore through Lebanon's capital with the force of an earthquake, killing dozens of people and injuring thousands more. While many questions remain, some facts are already known

Lebanon Containers

Blast may have devastating impact on Lebanon's trade flows

With Beirut's port closed, it is likely that Lebanon’s second port of Tripoli — believed to be operating at just 40% capacity due to the health crisis — will become the main gateway for emergency supplies and normal trading

Ports and Logistics Casualty

Beirut explosion hits container links

Neighbouring Tripoli lacks the capacity to handle volumes from Beirut as carriers start to reroute ships

Middle East and Africa Lebanon

Container port capacity growth to contract with declining trade

Risks to the outlook are said to remain if a resurgence in coronavirus cases leads to further widespread economic lockdowns

International Containers

K Line to cut 52 vessels amid ‘harsh business environment’

Company’s net losses stood at ¥955m in the first quarter compared to the year-ago net profits of ¥7.8bn

Asia Pacific Containers
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