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Lloyd's List Containers

2019:

Troubled waters or calm seas?

 

Box carriers facing old challenges in new year

Fuel costs, trade tensions and the ongoing debate over how much capacity is enough will dominate container shipping this year

International Containers Shipbuilding

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 Containers

US market fears tariff pinch

Retailers, shippers and carriers are on tenterhooks as the 90-day trade truce reaches its climax

Containers Asia Pacific North America

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

Drewry paints positive outlook for ocean freight rates

Drewry says, however, that rate sentiment could soon be dampened if the US-China trade war takes a turn for the worse

Europe Asia Pacific

ONE extends LSF surcharge from China

ONE implements pricing adjustments in line with Beijing’s schedule, which is a year ahead of the IMO in regulating sulphur in fuel

Asia Pacific China

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
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Ports and Logistics

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

Latest From Ports and Logistics

Seaspan and HMM in exploratory talks about Long Beach terminal as buyers sought

The protracted US government shutdown may delay the timetable for selling the most sophisticated container terminal in the US because of the backlog of work for the committee that will ultimately approve the transaction

North America United States

ILWU keeps up fight against automation in Port of Los Angeles

ILWU holds a rally to drum up support against automation and hints at escalating the issue to the political level

United States APM Terminals

Freight bodies welcome post-Brexit security waiver

The measure is designed to give businesses more time to prepare for changes to EU-UK trade arrangements in the event that the UK leaves on WTO terms

Europe United Kingdom
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Seaspan and HMM in exploratory talks about Long Beach terminal as buyers sought

The protracted US government shutdown may delay the timetable for selling the most sophisticated container terminal in the US because of the backlog of work for the committee that will ultimately approve the transaction

North America United States

ILWU keeps up fight against automation in Port of Los Angeles

ILWU holds a rally to drum up support against automation and hints at escalating the issue to the political level

United States APM Terminals

Contships buys seven more feeders for about $44m

Latest acquisitions include five from Hartmann group and two from ICL Holdings

Europe Greece

Wan Hai cancellation highlights caution in feeder market

With a generally lacklustre market in 2018 weighing down corporate earnings, extra newbuildings could provide an unnecessary financial burden

Asia Pacific Containers

Maersk outlook points to volatile year ahead

Trade tensions, slowing growth and rising fuel costs all threaten to derail container shipping’s recovery in 2019

Europe Denmark

Freight bodies welcome post-Brexit security waiver

The measure is designed to give businesses more time to prepare for changes to EU-UK trade arrangements in the event that the UK leaves on WTO terms

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