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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

Set Alert for Lloyd's List Containers :: Market Insight

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

Supply overhang lingers over charter market

With market ascendancy firmly with the charterers, a tendency for flexible and short-term fixtures remains a feature

International Containers

Transpacific trade awaits post-Chinese New Year crash

Capacity control will be top of the agenda as carriers try to mitigate against the expected volume shortfall in the weeks ahead

Asia Pacific Europe

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
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Ports and Logistics

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

Latest From Ports and Logistics

Cosco Shipping acquires 60% stake in Chancay Terminal in Peru

Cosco Shipping plans to expand the zinc and silver port into a local gateway hub that can handle large containerships

Asia Pacific South America

UAE tightens grip on Middle East Gulf transhipment business

Khalifa port expects to double its throughput levels in 2019 to about 3m teu, but provisions are in place to increase capacity to more than 9m teu over the next five years

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates

China and Brexit dominate shipping leaders' gathering

Meanwhile, finance panel bemoans bank preference for big names over second tier, and discusses China’s aggressive attempts to break into sale and leaseback market

Europe United Kingdom
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Latest From Containers

Costamare closes out busy year with a profit

New York-listed boxship owner racked up close to $900m worth of acquisitions last year including a keynote deal for five 12,690 teu newbuildings for delivery in 2020 and 2021 against 10-year charters to Yang Ming Marine Transport

International Costamare

Cosco Shipping acquires 60% stake in Chancay Terminal in Peru

Cosco Shipping plans to expand the zinc and silver port into a local gateway hub that can handle large containerships

Asia Pacific South America

UAE tightens grip on Middle East Gulf transhipment business

Khalifa port expects to double its throughput levels in 2019 to about 3m teu, but provisions are in place to increase capacity to more than 9m teu over the next five years

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates

Commitment to quality pays off for Bahamas Maritime

Bahamas Maritime Authority has reported the lowest number of detentions ever recorded. This is the result of a commitment to monitoring performance of both vessels and management, CEO Capt Dwain Hutchinson explained

Bahamas Tankers and Gas

UK shortsea capacity grows ahead of Brexit

Even short delays for customs clearances could have a major impact on shortsea shipping, forcing importers and exporters to consider alternative routes

Europe United Kingdom

Brexit: 80% of UK ports unprepared, survey finds

Nearly 60% of respondents now expecting negative impact, according to Odgers Berndtson, with only one in four of the opinion that they can handle the changes well

United Kingdom EU
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