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Stable showing

Linton Nightingale

 

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

Port data

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The figures behind the rankings. Compare and contrast different ports across multiple years

Port rankings

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View the interactive grid setting out the risers and fallers across the one hundred ports

 

 



 

 

 

Containers Data Hub

The focal point for business-critical data on container shipping

Aggregating data sets from a wide range of sources, the data hub provides a one-stop shop for gaining an insight into the sector

 

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Xu Lirong Steering China’s shipping giant

 

 

The Interview: Xu Lirong

Turning bloated state-owned businesses into globally competitive players has been at the core of COSCO SHIPPING chairman Xu Lirong’s responsibility. He has delivered important achievements, while the constantly fast-changing shipping markets, complicated by rising geopolitical and regulatory uncertainties in this era, will be a continuing test for his legacy

Big Interview Containers Ports and Logistics

The Interview: Rod Riseborough

After 40 years in the container shipping industry, including top management roles with carriers and a data provider, the recently retired chief executive of Container Trades Statistics knows the business inside out and is sceptical about the growth prospects of emerging economies. Instead, he is convinced that Europe and the US will remain the two big import markets that will continue to underpin the global box trades
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The known unknowns

Instability is undesirable in container shipping, but there could be some silver linings amongst the clouds

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Market insight

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

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

Containers Market Insight

Asia-Europe freight rates continue steady decline

Platts report spot rates from North Asia to Northern Europe lost ground by a further $200 last week

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Ports and Logistics

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Freight forwarders criticise detention and demurrage process

Freight forwarders call for more transparent and business-orientated process

North America United States

Ports detail the impact of climate change

Significant and critical downtimes are leading to closures of up to three days and costs of up to $10m, a survey reveals

International Ports and Logistics

ICTSI gains from Papua New Guinea terminals and tariff adjustments

Chairman and president Enrique Razon Jr says the company remains ‘conscious of the current geopolitical trade tensions’

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RCL takes third quarter hit on plunging freight rates

Ironically, the Intra-Asia trades strong potential for growth has attracted new players and intensified competition, which has resulted in depressed freight rates

Asia Pacific Containers

Shipping edges towards mandatory R&D fund

A proposal under consideration by five industry associations could force ships to pay $2 for each tonne of fuel they consume

International Dry Bulk

Freight forwarders criticise detention and demurrage process

Freight forwarders call for more transparent and business-orientated process

North America United States

Container demand slowdown goes beyond trade war

GDP multiplier goes into negative territory as September volumes contract, taking annual growth to just 1%

International Containers

ICTSI gains from Papua New Guinea terminals and tariff adjustments

Chairman and president Enrique Razon Jr says the company remains ‘conscious of the current geopolitical trade tensions’

Containers Ports and Logistics

RCL opens direct link between south China hub and Cambodia

RCL says there has been demand from its Pearl River Delta customers to call directly at Guangdong for faster connectivity on time-sensitive raw material shipments of garments and footwear to Cambodia

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