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The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The regulators’ view of container chaos

Carriers may be following the letter of the law, but not necessarily the spirit of it, and are not behaving like good corporate citizens, according to our guest this week. Daniel Maffei is the chairman of the Federal Maritime Commission — the Washington agency responsible for regulating the US ocean shipping trades so when he tells liner bosses to ‘put on their commonsense caps’ they should probably listen

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Container lines to maintain capacity through Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year usually marks an increase in blankings. This year, carriers are deploying nearly all their available capacity

International China

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Unwinding the supply chain crunch

Supply chain resilience is now a mainstream topic with headlines regularly featuring queues of ships backed up outside the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and the car industry running short of semiconductors. But is this really a rupture in our global trading system or something altogether more temporary? This week we ask whether shipping will see a return to ‘normal’ after the current crunch unwinds

International Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast

Liner shipping needs to stay on the right side of regulators

The benefits of regulatory even-handedness should be apparent to all. But keeping things that way entails good behaviour — or at least not egregiously bad behaviour — on the part of the regulated

International Containers

Pandemic uncertainty spurs V.Group to grow Chinese crews

V.Group aims to hire, train and deploy seafarers directly from China to fill the gap that has constrained its ability to grow

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

Multiple US legal actions launched against ONE Apus carrying interests

Cases have been filed in at least three US states and more are expected to come, although many could eventually be heard in Singapore

Singapore United States

Aviation slump opens new ship finance pathway for boxships

Landmark deal to open up opportunities as ‘people know it’s possible,’ say lawyers linked to deal

International Containers

Solving crew-change crisis requires a better vaccination programme

The industry must aim for a 100% vaccination rate for seafarers and receiving booster shots is among the next must-do tasks

Asia Pacific Containers

Shipbuilding orders in China rose in 2021 as profits declined

‘The international shipping markets were in a strong uptrend in 2021, leading to a better-than-expected recovery in newbuilding markets,’ says shipbuilding association

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MSC eyes majority stake in Italian airline

Plans to expand into the aviation business follow a takeover offer for a large logistics company and a huge newbuilding programme as MSC takes advantage of the record profits that the container shipping industry has earned over the past year

Europe Germany

Container demand growth to ease this year

Congestion will keep carrier earnings high, but revenues should become smoother. Freight rates will be stabilised by a move to contracts over spot cargo

International Containers

Container lines to maintain capacity through Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year usually marks an increase in blankings. This year, carriers are deploying nearly all their available capacity

International China
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MSC eyes majority stake in Italian airline

Plans to expand into the aviation business follow a takeover offer for a large logistics company and a huge newbuilding programme as MSC takes advantage of the record profits that the container shipping industry has earned over the past year

Europe Germany

Logistics and freight providers charter own ships to guarantee slots

‘All indications point towards an ever-firming market with demand outstripping supply in every sector,’ says shipbroker Clarkson Platou

International Containers

Container demand growth to ease this year

Congestion will keep carrier earnings high, but revenues should become smoother. Freight rates will be stabilised by a move to contracts over spot cargo

International Containers

Container lines to maintain capacity through Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year usually marks an increase in blankings. This year, carriers are deploying nearly all their available capacity

International China

West coast ports report record annual throughput figures

While containerised imports continue to surge, exports show declines at all of the region's major ports

United States Containers

MSC linked to $1bn LNG-fuelled boxship orders at DSIC

MSC has an orderbook of 68 ships, or nearly 1.1m teu of capacity, accounting for 25.5% of its existing fleet, according to latest data

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