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Lloyd's List Containers

The Pacific paradox:

Is the trade war finally about to hit transpacific carriers?

 

APL’s Sartini confronts the Pacific paradox

Next year’s contracting season will be a testing time for carriers with no compromise on surcharges, says APL’s Nicolas Sartini

Asia Pacific Singapore Containers

The Interview: Mark Montgomery

Going from being for sale to being able to grow our business in the US is a major change
Big Interview North America United States

Carriers cash in on reefers’ modal shift

According to Drewry, the conventional operators’ share of the seaborne perishable trade is anticipated to fall to as low as 14% by 2022, at the expense of box carriers

Asia Pacific Europe Containers

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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Latest From Charter rates, Freight rates, Between the lines & Containers

Between the lines: Ultra large tonnage impacts Asia-Europe trade

The liner industry is braced to receive around 400,000 teu of ‘mega vessel’ capacity this year, which is destined for the Asia-Europe trade, and a further 600,000 teu in 2020

Asia Pacific Europe

Spot rates spike as sulphur surcharges filter through

Asia-Europe spot rates have achieved double-digit percentage gains since the turn of the year, while the transpacific market has witnessed near-similar gains, according to the SCFI

Asia Pacific Europe

Lines in strong position ahead of transpacific contract talks

Drewry’s Simon Heaney says that even if there is a demand lull in early-2019, carriers are starting off from a much stronger position than they were for the 2018/19 contract season

Asia Pacific China
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Ports and Logistics

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Latest From Ports and Logistics

Dockers and crane drivers will be obsolete by 2040

Rise in global seaborne trade to protect highly-skilled seafarers’ jobs

International Crewing

DSV makes bid for Panalpina

Panalpina board considering $4bn cash and shares offer that could see formation of global logistics giant

Europe Denmark

Maersk brings digital street turn service to US and Canada

The platform already facilitates an average of 2,000 transactions a day in other countries and frees customers from the administrative hassle of making manual requests, Maersk says

North America Canada
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DSV makes bid for Panalpina

Panalpina board considering $4bn cash and shares offer that could see formation of global logistics giant

Europe Denmark

IMB flags growing concern over piracy in the Gulf of Guinea

There were 201 reported incidents of piracy and armed robbery against vessels in 2018 compared with 180 in the same period a year ago

International Containers

Between the lines: Ultra large tonnage impacts Asia-Europe trade

The liner industry is braced to receive around 400,000 teu of ‘mega vessel’ capacity this year, which is destined for the Asia-Europe trade, and a further 600,000 teu in 2020

Asia Pacific Europe

Better late than never when it comes to container shipping

For every year between 2012 and 2018, the average delay for late arrivals remained stubbornly between three and four days, according to SeaIntelligence data

International Containers

Maersk Honam to be rebuilt in South Korea

The stern section of fire-damaged Maersk Honam is to be shipped to South Korea for a new bow section to be attached

Middle East and Africa Asia Pacific

PSA terminal volumes increase 9%

Almost half of the group's volumes come from its Singapore terminals

Asia Pacific Singapore
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