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Maersk seeks 80% of emissions excluded from EU climate change rules

Position of World Shipping Council is at odds with other shipowner groups, including the Union of Greek Shipowners which has not opposed outright the inclusion of international emissions, as well as the European Community Shipowners Association

EU International

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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Supply chain crisis? What crisis?

The shipping and logistics industries have worked so well for so long that politicians and public have had little real reason to notice them in recent decades. And despite recent minor turbulence, that will continue to be largely the case

United Kingdom Ports and Logistics

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The nightmares before (and after) Christmas

The annual Lloyd’s List Outlook Forum and industry poll is a reliably insightful gauge of issues keeping business chiefs awake at night and this year regulatory uncertainty, looming overcapacity, a workforces skills crisis and supply chain disruption emerged as the hot topics causing sleepless nights. The podcast this week offers a view from the Outlook Forum panellists, explaining why business leaders need to juggle short- and long-term risk management

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Sustainability

Retailers still scrambling to secure Christmas supply

British supermarkets have become the latest in a long line of retailers struggling to circumvent sky high rates and reliability concerns by chartering a small Chinese general cargoship to save their Christmas supply chain woes

Containers Ports and Logistics

Uncertain shipping outlook requires ‘a juggling act’ from industry

Regulatory uncertainty may have topped the industry’s list of major risks, but industry leaders attending the annual Lloyd’s List Outlook Forum argue that decisions will have to be taken at pace ahead of any legislative framework

Market Outlooks Political Risk and Trade

Shipping shares gain on impact of new variant

The appreciation of stock value comes with expectation that the Omicron strain could exacerbate and prolong the pandemic effects that have boosted ocean freight rates

Asia Pacific Containers

Congestion at Southern California ports is easing, says Biden

San Pedro Bay complex is forecast for a record-breaking throughput of 20m teu this year

North America United States

Carriers’ annual profits poised to top $100bn

The windfall profits are changing the structure of the sector as carriers diverge in their strategies and visions for the future

International Containers

Focus on shippers and ocean carriers as US retail sales rise

The US government has given major shippers 45 days to provide information on the causes of continuing supply chain disruption

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Warning over risks to supply chain from ‘knee-jerk’ reaction to Covid variant

Governments urged not to reimpose border restrictions that further restrict international transport workers

International Ports and Logistics

Supply chain crisis? What crisis?

The shipping and logistics industries have worked so well for so long that politicians and public have had little real reason to notice them in recent decades. And despite recent minor turbulence, that will continue to be largely the case

United Kingdom Ports and Logistics

Retailers still scrambling to secure Christmas supply

British supermarkets have become the latest in a long line of retailers struggling to circumvent sky high rates and reliability concerns by chartering a small Chinese general cargoship to save their Christmas supply chain woes

Containers Ports and Logistics
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Supply chain crisis? What crisis?

The shipping and logistics industries have worked so well for so long that politicians and public have had little real reason to notice them in recent decades. And despite recent minor turbulence, that will continue to be largely the case

United Kingdom Ports and Logistics

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The nightmares before (and after) Christmas

The annual Lloyd’s List Outlook Forum and industry poll is a reliably insightful gauge of issues keeping business chiefs awake at night and this year regulatory uncertainty, looming overcapacity, a workforces skills crisis and supply chain disruption emerged as the hot topics causing sleepless nights. The podcast this week offers a view from the Outlook Forum panellists, explaining why business leaders need to juggle short- and long-term risk management

Lloyd's List The Shipping Podcast Sustainability

Bornheim makes history at German shipowners’ association

With a membership of around 220, Verband Deutscher Reeder represents the majority of Germany’s merchant fleet

Germany Containers

Maersk seeks 80% of emissions excluded from EU climate change rules

Position of World Shipping Council is at odds with other shipowner groups, including the Union of Greek Shipowners which has not opposed outright the inclusion of international emissions, as well as the European Community Shipowners Association

EU International

Singapore restricts seafarers from some African countries over variant concerns

Move confirms industry concerns that stricter border controls because of the new strain could lead to further headwinds facing crew rotation

Asia Pacific Containers

Retailers still scrambling to secure Christmas supply

British supermarkets have become the latest in a long line of retailers struggling to circumvent sky high rates and reliability concerns by chartering a small Chinese general cargoship to save their Christmas supply chain woes

Containers Ports and Logistics
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