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The Lloyd's List Podcast: Is AI really changing shipping?

Technology changes slowly at first and then very, very rapidly and there is a small window of opportunity before artificial intelligence becomes normalised in shipping. This week on the Lloyd’s List Podcast we are exploring whether the AI revolution really is changing shipping and why the answer to that question is less a story about technology and more about an industry that is rapidly evolving into a tiered structure of haves and have nots

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Capacity constraints ahead of container peak season

Congested ports are still taking large amounts of capacity out of the market. Despite expectations of lower volumes, cargo delays are still likely

International Containers

Week in charts: Containership market past the peak | Strong dry bulk rates hold | Economou is largest shipper of Russian crude after Sovcomflot

Aframax and suezmax tankers lead market turnaround, liner shipping reliability hovers at low levels, and Greek shipowners increase exposure to Russian oil trades

Containers Tankers and Gas

Week in newbuildings: NYK adds a sixth dual-fuel capesize bulker

New order for a single dual-fuel capesize bulk carrier confirmed for NYK Line adds to five ships already ordered in China and Japan by the Japanese owner

Dry Bulk Containers
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Russia adds compound interest to shipping’s challenges

The accumulation of disruption and supply chain shocks are transforming global trade as governments and businesses look to exchange efficiency for security

Mid-Year outlook Market Outlooks

Shipbuilding: Latest super-cycle gives shipyards the upper hand

While ordering activity for containerships may have reached its peak, the appetite for new liquefied natural gas carriers shows no sign of slowing down. Furthermore, orders for bulk carriers have started to pick up, which could be followed by an upturn in new tanker contracting        

Shipbuilding Mid-Year outlook
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Containers: Eyeing the post-pandemic slowdown

Box shipping will likely have its most profitable year on record in 2022, but with demand easing and a flood of new tonnage coming into service, the peak may have already passed

Containers Mid-Year outlook

Liner operator pays daily $150,000 for feedermax boxship charter

Recent containerships fixtures include a 2,700 teu feedermax unit fixed to a Chinese operator at $150,000 per day on an Asia-Australia route   

Containers Brokers

Why autonomy in maritime may be the answer after all

Research into the state of co-operation between humans and machines at sea finds that seafarers are generally in favour of digital tech

Technology and Innovation Digital Disruption
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The focal point for business-critical data on container shipping

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Ports and Logistics

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

Latest From Ports and Logistics

US tops league table for detention and demurrage fees

D&D charges are a necessary evil that have come to the fore during the pandemic. Careful choices of carrier and destination can mitigate costs

International Containers

Capacity constraints ahead of container peak season

Congested ports are still taking large amounts of capacity out of the market. Despite expectations of lower volumes, cargo delays are still likely

International Containers

US government faces call to support west coast labour negotiations

Union and employers say there will be no interruption to cargo operations as talks continue. But groups representing companies that rely on the ports want President Biden to ensure an agreement is reached

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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: More From Containers

Latest From Containers

US tops league table for detention and demurrage fees

D&D charges are a necessary evil that have come to the fore during the pandemic. Careful choices of carrier and destination can mitigate costs

International Containers

Capacity constraints ahead of container peak season

Congested ports are still taking large amounts of capacity out of the market. Despite expectations of lower volumes, cargo delays are still likely

International Containers

China anti-graft probe stokes concern over reining in lending

Beijing’s efforts to clamp down on corruption and misconduct in the financial sector are expected to put more compliance pressure on Chinese shipping lessors, and could curb their lending appetite

Asia Pacific Containers

PIL orders dual-fuel container vessels at Yangzijiang Shipbuilding

PIL placed its first newbuilding order since 2015 in March of this year

Asia Pacific Singapore

ONE opens green office in Singapore

Move is part of company’s green strategy to focus on decarbonisation and environment

Asia Pacific Singapore

US government faces call to support west coast labour negotiations

Union and employers say there will be no interruption to cargo operations as talks continue. But groups representing companies that rely on the ports want President Biden to ensure an agreement is reached

North America United States
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