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Robust volume growth across China, backed by other strong regional performances, beefed up global throughput figures in 2018. However, it wasn’t all plain sailing for the elite box facilities

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Box carriers move into a new decade with a fresh set of challenges

 

Carriers eye strong year-end for fraught freight rate market

Setting a positive tone ahead of Asia-Europe contract negotiations will be even more vital this year with the added pressure to recoup spiralling fuel costs ahead of the impending sulphur cap

Containers Freight rates Market Insight

Winter slack season subdues box charter market

Although brokers are reporting little action in the market, charter rates remain stable across most ship sizes with only marginal variations being seen on certain fixtures

International Containers Market Insight

Manufacturing shift in Asia poses a conundrum for carriers and ports

Carriers are striving to chase the shifting trade flows. Their efforts may be compromised by the complexity of the supply chain in Asia and the unpredictable trade policies of the superpowers. The uncertainty is also dampening port operators’ appetites for new projects

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Spot market surge offers encouragement over bunker costs recovery

Spot rates on the Asia-Europe trade have amassed increases of more than 40% since the start of December

Containers Market Insight

Between the lines: Information blackout

Carriers’ point-to-point online tools still leave much to be desired

International Containers

Carriers ‘waste opportunity’ to raise Asia-Europe rates

Average spot rates on the Asia-Northern Europe trade are down 18% on the past year, despite a near 6% increase in demand

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New eBill of Lading promises greater security

‘We are not a principal, so we don’t have any server that stands in the middle. If you send a bill of lading from your computer to someone else, it’s done directly from your computer to their computer’ — Wave general counsel Boaz Lessem

International Containers

Box shipping monitoring coronavirus outbreak

Impact on shipping may only be felt after traditional shutdown for Chinese New Year finishes

Asia Pacific China

Evolution of maritime sector is closely aligned to Qatar National Vision

Qatar’s vision of a diversified economy combined with environmental protection will form the backdrop to the most significant maritime event to be held in the Gulf state for many years.

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New eBill of Lading promises greater security

‘We are not a principal, so we don’t have any server that stands in the middle. If you send a bill of lading from your computer to someone else, it’s done directly from your computer to their computer’ — Wave general counsel Boaz Lessem

International Containers

Performance expects tanker foray to lift share price

Sale of 2008-built Rotterdam leaves former Diana Conterships with single boxship

Europe Greece

Box shipping monitoring coronavirus outbreak

Impact on shipping may only be felt after traditional shutdown for Chinese New Year finishes

Asia Pacific China

Backhaul rates show weak enforcement of bunker surcharges

Spot rate evidence points to limited success in implementing bunker adjustment factors

International Containers

Evolution of maritime sector is closely aligned to Qatar National Vision

Qatar’s vision of a diversified economy combined with environmental protection will form the backdrop to the most significant maritime event to be held in the Gulf state for many years.

Qatar Tankers and Gas

Hamburg defends service losses

Volumes are expected to remain the same as containers are moved to other services

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