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Conquering Cosco through consolidation

Reports of a tie-up between CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd may turn out to just be a story for the summer slowdown, but there is a strong logic behind it that has more to do with preserving positions than gaining market share

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saadé stamped his personality on to container shipping in a remarkable way

The death of the founder of CMA CGM marks the passing of one of the great survivors in shipping, who turned a small shipping company into one of the top three carriers in the world
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who would buy Long Beach Container Terminal?

Cosco’s agreement to put into trust, and eventually sell, OOCL’s container terminal in Long Beach raises one obvious question: who would buy it?
 

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A calm hand at the helm

 

ONE's Nixon expects teething problems around booking to end this month

Familiarising staff with NYK booking systems proved trickier than expected

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The Interview: Bronson Hsieh

The container shipping veteran who was appointed to lead Yang Ming out of its troubles says the carrier needs to catch up with its larger competitors in acquiring 20,000 teu-class ships, enhancing financial prowess and establishing sophisticated sales networks. But M&A is not necessarily the path

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The Interview Gordon Downes

Reliability is a concern for both shippers and carriers, and by providing enforceable contracts, NYSHEX hopes to improve service levels across container shipping
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Slowly does it

Linton Nightingale

 

 
Global box growth maintains moderate inclination and China remains the chief driver

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

Rate relief for transpacific carriers, but for how long?

Transpacific carriers were looking for GRIs of up to $1,000 per feu from July 1

North America Asia Pacific

Asia-Europe ocean rates rise and capacity now ‘tight’

Global freight index increases to its highest point this year − currently 7% up on last year’s prices

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Rosy charter market clouded by carrier woes

Box lines dealing with a significant rise in operating costs while freight rates offer little support in terms of revenues

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Ports and Logistics

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Middle Eastern ports facing overcapacity headache by 2022

A surge of investment in the construction of container terminals at Middle Eastern ports has overwhelmed growth in throughput

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates

US-China trade indicators stay high as shipping shrugs off tariffs

As container shipping heads into the transpacific peak season, there are few signs that tariffs imposed by China and the US are having any effect on freight levels

Asia Pacific North America

New man at the ISS helm needs to steady the ship

Istithmar’s inability to dispose of its ship agency investment, ISS, leaves it looking for a new strategy. The acting chief executive gained his experience in Scandinavia and might be the right man to transform an ageing business. Istithmar must give him the tools to achieve this

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The Interview: Jeremy Nixon

Ocean Network Express, the container line forged from merging the box shipping operations of three fiercely competitive Japanese shipping companies, got off to a rather rough start earlier this year. Now, three months on from its April 1 operational launch, chief executive Jeremy Nixon tells Lloyd's List that the business has settled into its rhythm.
International Asia Pacific

Middle Eastern ports facing overcapacity headache by 2022

A surge of investment in the construction of container terminals at Middle Eastern ports has overwhelmed growth in throughput

Middle East and Africa United Arab Emirates

US-China trade indicators stay high as shipping shrugs off tariffs

As container shipping heads into the transpacific peak season, there are few signs that tariffs imposed by China and the US are having any effect on freight levels

Asia Pacific North America

Between the Lines: Reasons to be fearful

Demand growth on the major trade lanes has failed to keep up with the influx of capacity, and trade wars may exacerbate the situation

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Strange times make strange bedfellows for Zim and 2M

The ongoing dance of box shipping alliances takes another turn

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Shipping failing to deal with threat of cyber crime

Law firm claims regulation needed to avoid digital breaches

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