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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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Lloyd's List Containers

Søren Skou: Transforming Maersk

 

 

The Interview: Søren Skou

When Maersk’s group revenue shrank from $60bn to $35bn between 2011 and 2016, the board of directors called for an urgent strategic review. That led to the decision to break up the Danish shipping and energy conglomerate, with  Søren Skou appointed chief executive of AP Moller-Maersk and charged with creating an integrated container transport logistics company. Three years on, $17bn worth of transactions have been completed as Mr Skou aims to restore shareholder value
Europe Denmark Maersk Group

The Interview: Cecilia Eckelmann-Battistello

Cecilia Eckelmann-Battistello has been working in container shipping for more than 45 years. But while she may be thinking of slowing down, retirement is still some way off
Europe Italy Containers

The Interview: Christian R Gonzalez

The global corporate head of International Container Terminal Services Inc explains how the terminal operator intends to build a future while upholding what it sees as its traditional virtues
International Containers Dry Bulk

Market insight

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Two-tier box charter market extends through mid-year

With larger tonnage in demand to cover scrubber retrofits, a two-tier charter market has been created, with vessels in excess of 6,000 teu commanding increasing rates as smaller ships lose ground

International Containers

Carrier peak season fortunes in the balance

Asia-Europe carriers are facing a capacity glut in the third quarter of the year, as transpacific carriers look to other trade partners to pick-up the slack of weakening China cargoes

Asia Pacific Europe

Trade war dims charter market sentiment

Owners will have to withdraw transpacific capacity if proposed tariffs come into effect, leaving chartered tonnage due for expiry in 2019 heavily exposed, according to MSI analysts Daniel Richards

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Ports and Logistics

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Long Beach city council orders port to provide study on impact of automation

"The City Council has considered the matter and directed staff to develop a report on the issue," said the port’s executive director, Mario Cordero. "We stand ready to assist and facilitate that process in any way that we can"
US States Containers

UK’s extra Brexit funding for ports gets lukewarm welcome

‘Government investment in Brexit resilience is always welcome, but not leaving without a deal is a zero-cost choice that would go much further in avoiding disruption at key trading gateways’ — Mark Simmonds of the British Ports Association

Ports and Logistics United Kingdom

DSV expects boost from Panalpina’s freight expertise

Danish forwarder expects to benefit from scale and complementary forwarding capabilities, such as LCL and air charter networks

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Long Beach city council orders port to provide study on impact of automation

"The City Council has considered the matter and directed staff to develop a report on the issue," said the port’s executive director, Mario Cordero. "We stand ready to assist and facilitate that process in any way that we can"
US States Containers

DSV expects boost from Panalpina’s freight expertise

Danish forwarder expects to benefit from scale and complementary forwarding capabilities, such as LCL and air charter networks

Ports and Logistics Containers

PIL installs scrubbers on 60% of fleet

There is also a big question mark on the blended fuels, says Teo Siong Seng

Asia Pacific Containers

Zim swings to profit in second quarter

Zim carried its second-highest volume in the second quarter of the year, at 731,000 teu, compared with a record 772,000 teu in the same period a year earlier

Containers International

Adani set to acquire stake in Krishnapatnam port

The deal, if successful, will be APSEZ’s third acquisition on the east coast of India following the purchase of Dhamra port in 2014 and Kattupalli port in 2016

India Ports and Logistics

China’s Ouhua Shipbuilding sold for $135m

The assets disposed of include Ouhua’s shipbuilding facilities on Xiaoqian Island in Zhoushan and eight vessels under construction

Asia Pacific Containers
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