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Remove tariffs to boost the medical supply chain

Former World Bank president Robert Zoellick recently observed that after President Trump hit Chinese medical suppliers with a 25% tariff in 2018, China’s exports to the US dropped by 16%

International China

Lloyd’s List Coronavirus Webinar — Listen on demand here

Lloyd’s List and Lloyd’s List Intelligence experts joined a special webinar examining the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the shipping sector and answered questions from a global industry audience. You can now access the webinar, featuring our data-led analysis of the key maritime markets, here

Coronavirus International

The week in charts: China port calls slow as tanker freight futures spike

Signs of the slowdown in container volumes are already starting to emerge in China, despite the recent recovery in production as factories resume work

Containers Dry Bulk

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What shape will shipping’s coronavirus recovery take?

However horrific the disruption looks right now at a consumer level, we have to believe that coronavirus is not going to structurally change the shipping markets. Can we hope for a V-shaped recovery, or should we brace for a misshapen U? God forbid we even consider the prospect of an L-shaped non-recovery. Joining Lloyd’s List Editor Richard Meade this week to discuss the shape of things to come is Shipping Strategy managing director and returning podcast pundit, Mark Williams

Coronavirus Dry Bulk

Shipping hopes it is a case of ‘V’ for victory

Even amid the cashflow crunch that will likely take some casualties, there are those preparing for the upside that will come once the global supply chain eventually unplugs its current bottlenecks and global trade returns. We have to believe that Covid-19 hasn’t structurally changed the shipping markets

Coronavirus Political and Trade

Dry bulk and containerships lead ‘flood’ of scrubber cancellations

Persistent low marine fuel prices will hit the fortunes of shipowners who have invested heavily in fitting scrubbers, warns research outfit Alphatanker

International Containers

Coronavirus and shipping briefing: Tanker rates collapse while the outlook weakens for containers

Tanker rates are falling dramatically as the coronavirus-led drop off in demand outweighs the oil price war. Elsewhere, crew change restrictions are slowly being lifted in China, but national lockdowns are causing concern for seafarers in other parts of the world. As regards the containers sector, the outlook is becoming increasingly pessimistic

Containers Dry Bulk

Join Lloyd’s List for a live coronavirus Q&A on Thursday

On Thursday March 26, reporters and analysts from across the Lloyd’s List and Lloyd’s List Intelligence teams will join a special coronavirus-focused webinar to examine the latest shipping data, offer market insights and be available to answer your questions. Register now to join either the Asia Pacific edition at 8am GMT or the Europe, Middle East and Africa/US edition at 3pm GMT

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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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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: Ports and Logistics

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Coronavirus: Trucker shortage delaying cargo at Indian ports

Due to the mounting pressure on supply chains and port operations, major ports in India are also planning to declare force majeure

India Containers

Coronavirus: Singapore allows crew changes under special circumstances

These special circumstances include if the crew has served maximum time on board and no further contract extensions are granted by the flag State, on compassionate grounds such as the death of family member or if the crew is no longer medically fit to work on board the vessel

Asia Pacific Crewing

Coronavirus: More cargo ship seafarers test positive

The incidents come as cargo carriers appeared to have so far been spared the worst effects of the pandemic despite many infections on cruiseships

Europe South America
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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: More From Containers

Latest From Containers

Coronavirus: Trucker shortage delaying cargo at Indian ports

Due to the mounting pressure on supply chains and port operations, major ports in India are also planning to declare force majeure

India Containers

ICTSI warns Manila lockdown may impact operations

ICTSI has suggested that customers transfer boxes that cannot be collected to its inland container depots, freeing up space at the port as congestion starts to become more serious

Philippines Containers

Remove tariffs to boost the medical supply chain

Former World Bank president Robert Zoellick recently observed that after President Trump hit Chinese medical suppliers with a 25% tariff in 2018, China’s exports to the US dropped by 16%

International China

Lloyd’s List Coronavirus Webinar — Listen on demand here

Lloyd’s List and Lloyd’s List Intelligence experts joined a special webinar examining the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the shipping sector and answered questions from a global industry audience. You can now access the webinar, featuring our data-led analysis of the key maritime markets, here

Coronavirus International

Coronavirus: Call to prioritise protection of UK port workers

Maritime industries reportedly struggling to access government emergency funds

United Kingdom Ports and Logistics

The week in charts: China port calls slow as tanker freight futures spike

Signs of the slowdown in container volumes are already starting to emerge in China, despite the recent recovery in production as factories resume work

Containers Dry Bulk
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