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HMM eyes newbuilding orders with government support

HMM’s ordering plans come as the South Korean government confirms it is ready to help support domestic owners to build efficient fresh tonnage, despite widespread criticism from rival shipbuilding states concerned about market-skewing support

Asia Pacific Containers

Box analysis and comment

Suez Canal compensation claim is simply outrageous

Egypt is wrong to use the crew of the now world famous ship Ever Given as bargaining chips in the insurance claim related to the vessel becoming stranded in the Suez Canal

Middle East and Africa Egypt

Combatting Covid-19 with containers

Container shipping can provide a cost-effective way of distributing vaccines to low-income countries. But it will take time to convince pharma companies that it is up to the job

International Containers

From the News Desk: Ever Given stuck again, in red tape

Freeing the Ever Given from the sandy banks of the Suez Canal was a relatively straightforward, if immensely difficult salvage task. Now comes the hard part for the white-collar side of shipping

International Middle East and Africa

US west coast ports and supply chains need 24/7 work week

Mr Cordero is highly aware that the 24/7 mentality cannot be limited to the dockworkers or even the port itself ‘because ultimately to have a robust 24/7 model, it has to move to the supply chain’ as a whole

US States United States

Surging imports show importance of global supply chains

Chinese manufacturing has stormed ahead while the US has yet to fully recover. That is causing higher levels of imports and rising freight costs

International Containers

Weekly Briefing: Containers deal with Suez domino effect | Tankers pin hopes on US driving season | Capes continue to surge

The shipping industry might be back to being ‘out of sight, out of mind’, but the domino effect of what happened on the Suez Canal at the end of March continues to dominate the markets’ agenda. While the dry bulk and container sectors are enjoying stellar earnings, spare a thought for the world’s tanker owners who have been steadfastly sifting through a plethora of economic and oil indicators over the past six months looking for any scrap of potential good news.

International Weekly Briefing

Ever Given casualty places crisis communications under the spotlight

When a major shipping casualty occurs that attracts the attention of the mainstream media and general public, top executives from the key companies involved should be prepared to personally comment, and appear on television or radio, rather than rely on press releases in this era of rolling news and social media, in order to show leadership to the outside world

Japan Taiwan

Marine insurers dismayed by $1bn claim for Suez Canal block and seizure of vessel

‘The ship is worth $100m or thereabouts. No one in their right mind is going to be paying a claim or providing security for nine times the value of the ship. They’ll just say, take the ship,’ says one London source

Egypt Containers

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Ports and Logistics

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Combatting Covid-19 with containers

Container shipping can provide a cost-effective way of distributing vaccines to low-income countries. But it will take time to convince pharma companies that it is up to the job

International Containers

US west coast ports and supply chains need 24/7 work week

Mr Cordero is highly aware that the 24/7 mentality cannot be limited to the dockworkers or even the port itself ‘because ultimately to have a robust 24/7 model, it has to move to the supply chain’ as a whole

US States United States

Surging imports show importance of global supply chains

Chinese manufacturing has stormed ahead while the US has yet to fully recover. That is causing higher levels of imports and rising freight costs

International Containers
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Suez Canal compensation claim is simply outrageous

Egypt is wrong to use the crew of the now world famous ship Ever Given as bargaining chips in the insurance claim related to the vessel becoming stranded in the Suez Canal

Middle East and Africa Egypt

Combatting Covid-19 with containers

Container shipping can provide a cost-effective way of distributing vaccines to low-income countries. But it will take time to convince pharma companies that it is up to the job

International Containers

HMM eyes newbuilding orders with government support

HMM’s ordering plans come as the South Korean government confirms it is ready to help support domestic owners to build efficient fresh tonnage, despite widespread criticism from rival shipbuilding states concerned about market-skewing support

Asia Pacific Containers

From the News Desk: Ever Given stuck again, in red tape

Freeing the Ever Given from the sandy banks of the Suez Canal was a relatively straightforward, if immensely difficult salvage task. Now comes the hard part for the white-collar side of shipping

International Middle East and Africa

US west coast ports and supply chains need 24/7 work week

Mr Cordero is highly aware that the 24/7 mentality cannot be limited to the dockworkers or even the port itself ‘because ultimately to have a robust 24/7 model, it has to move to the supply chain’ as a whole

US States United States

Surging imports show importance of global supply chains

Chinese manufacturing has stormed ahead while the US has yet to fully recover. That is causing higher levels of imports and rising freight costs

International Containers
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