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Lloyd's List Containers

2019:

Troubled waters or calm seas?

 

Box carriers facing old challenges in new year

Fuel costs, trade tensions and the ongoing debate over how much capacity is enough will dominate container shipping this year

International Containers Shipbuilding

UAE tightens grip on Middle East Gulf transhipment business

Khalifa port expects to double its throughput levels in 2019 to about 3m teu, but provisions are in place to increase capacity to more than 9m teu over the next five years

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates Containers

US market fears tariff pinch

Retailers, shippers and carriers are on tenterhooks as the 90-day trade truce reaches its climax

Containers Asia Pacific North America

Back on track

Linton Nightingale

 

Strong growth returns to the upper echelons of the container port premier league, with China leading the way

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Market insight

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Transpacific rate misery marches on

Transpacific carriers could restrict capacity additions altogether in an attempt to balance the market, analysts suggest

Asia Pacific North America

Idle numbers keep box charter market in check

The acid test for the charter market will be its ability to absorb some of the idle ships holding back rate development

International Containers

Drewry paints positive outlook for ocean freight rates

Drewry says, however, that rate sentiment could soon be dampened if the US-China trade war takes a turn for the worse

Europe Asia Pacific
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Ports and Logistics

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PSA volumes rise as net profit slides

Chairman warns that the outlook for 2019 remains challenging amid a weakening world economy and prevailing protectionist sentiment

International PSA International

LA port delays decision on APMT's bid for automation

The immediate disagreement between APMT and the ILWU is over a permit allowing for the installation of electric charging stations, scaffolding for a vertical racking system for refrigerated containers, traffic barriers and antenna poles

 

 

 

 

US States APM Terminals

Hutchison Ports revenue climbs despite flat volumes

Hutchison says its diverse portfolio ensures that it is well placed to respond to supply chain shifts that may stem from trade disputes in 2019

Asia Pacific Hong Kong
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PSA volumes rise as net profit slides

Chairman warns that the outlook for 2019 remains challenging amid a weakening world economy and prevailing protectionist sentiment

International PSA International

Strong leadership is a company’s best cyber protection

The management of ballast water discharge and low-sulphur fuel consumption is mandatory, but cyber hygiene is not

International IMO

Hapag-Lloyd sees positive growth in 2019

Second half of 2018 saw an improvement in rates, but fuel costs still a concern as Hapag-Lloyd posts €46m profit

Europe Germany

Maersk to trial biofuel on Triple-E voyage

The Danish container shipping giant has teamed up with Dutch shippers to investigate the viability of biofuels on a Rotterdam-Shanghai round trip voyage

Europe Denmark

LA port delays decision on APMT's bid for automation

The immediate disagreement between APMT and the ILWU is over a permit allowing for the installation of electric charging stations, scaffolding for a vertical racking system for refrigerated containers, traffic barriers and antenna poles

 

 

 

 

US States APM Terminals

Rising bunker and charter costs send Zim into red

Despite improved revenues on the back of record-breaking volumes, Zim slumps to loss in 2018

Middle East and Africa Israel
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