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CMA CGM makes green pledge over northern sea route

Container giant will not follow in competitors’ steps on environmental concerns

CMA CGM Containers

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
Containers Ports and Logistics

Iran mulls release of Stena Bulk-owned tanker

Stena Impero, owned by Swedish company Stena Bulk, was captured by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps on July 19

Sweden United Kingdom

UK port data shows manufacturers stockpiling ahead of Brexit

‘These figures serve to evidence that ports are playing a vital role in facilitating the British economy’s Brexit preparations’ — the BPA’s Phoebe Warneford-Thomson

EU United Kingdom

Höegh LNG strikes FSRU sale and leaseback deal with Chinese lessor

Vessel will commence an 18-month time charter as a LNG carrier with Cheniere in September, before a long-term charter with Australian Industrial Energy’s regasification project at Port Kembla

Europe Asia Pacific

Viewpoint: When we used to make things

Logic confirms there are still too many shipyards in the world, scratching around for a living is a world where demand is hugely cyclical, desperately penetrated by politics, with even the world’s biggest finding themselves struggling

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Germany

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Habben Jansen calls for increased boxship scrapping

German container line sees dark clouds but no cliff edge for box shipping

Europe Germany

Hapag-Lloyd returns to black in first half

Higher fuel costs and geopolitical risks still linger as Hamburg-based line reports strong second quarter and first half results

Europe Germany

From the many to the few

Could a merger between Hapag-Lloyd and Ocean Network Express make sense?

Containers Consolidation

US leads talks on international naval mission to protect Hormuz shipping

Germany is said to have already turned down a formal request from Washington to participate in a US-led naval mission in the Gulf

International Tankers and Gas

Zeamarine picks up project for BHP Australia mining complex

The project involves transporting about 450,000 freight tonnes from China to Port Hedland, Western Australia

Europe Germany

19 Hamburg (Germany)

Europe’s third-largest container port 'successfully asserted itself in a difficult environment'
Ports and Logistics Containers
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Greece

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Navios Acquisition curbs losses for second quarter

Higher earnings at Navios Acquisition were partly offset by a $4.4m increase in interest and financing cost, and a $3.5m increase in depreciation and amortisation because of a fleet merger

Tankers and Gas Navios Group

Greece will not assist Iranian tanker, says minister

The US State Department maintains the tanker is assisting the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps by transporting oil to Syria

Europe Middle East and Africa

Freed tanker leased to Iranian shipping company

The US has issued a warrant to seize the vessel, formerly known as Grace 1, claiming it has links to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, which it designates as a terrorist organisation

Middle East and Africa Iran

Capital Gas orders seventh LNG carrier at HHI following new BP charters

Move follows chartering of three of company’s newbuildings to BP, with industry sources saying the vessels have been chartered for up to 12 years, including optional periods

Europe Greece

Cosco’s Belt and Road ambitions hinge on Mediterranean terminals

Piraeus is booming but Cosco could also have its eyes on other Mediterranean locations

Containers Europe

Pyxis posts second-quarter loss despite uptick in rates

Nasdaq-listed owner of six tankers sees net revenues decrease to $6.5m, from $7m in the same quarter a year earlier

International Tankers and Gas
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UK

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Iran mulls release of Stena Bulk-owned tanker

Stena Impero, owned by Swedish company Stena Bulk, was captured by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps on July 19

Sweden United Kingdom

UK port data shows manufacturers stockpiling ahead of Brexit

‘These figures serve to evidence that ports are playing a vital role in facilitating the British economy’s Brexit preparations’ — the BPA’s Phoebe Warneford-Thomson

EU United Kingdom

Viewpoint: When we used to make things

Logic confirms there are still too many shipyards in the world, scratching around for a living is a world where demand is hugely cyclical, desperately penetrated by politics, with even the world’s biggest finding themselves struggling

Europe United Kingdom

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

Freight sector alarmed by Brexit planning report

Freight Transport Association deputy chief executive James Hookham says he is concerned that none of the planned scenarios leaked in this weekend’s report have been shared with the logistics industry

EU United Kingdom

Check out Britain’s intellectual capital at London shipping week

LISW comes seven weeks before the UK leaves the European Union. How will that affect the country’s maritime sector? Where will the industry see gains and losses? How can shipping benefit from Brexit?

United Kingdom Classification
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Norway

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Odfjell sees signs of chemical tanker market recovery

Odfjell posts modest improvements in rates for the second quarter of the year with robust demand going forward

Tankers and Gas Finance

Golden Ocean sees ‘dramatic’ recovery in dry bulk rates

Golden Ocean has exercised options for four more scrubbers, taking the total to 23 on its capesize vessels

Dry Bulk Finance

The more focused a collaboration, the more it is likely to succeed

An admission by the President of Oshima Shipbuilding that his company could not have come up with an innovative ultramax design on its own is significant: collaboration works

Japan Finland

2020 Bulkers poised for Oslo Stock Exchange listing

The company anticipates to gain official approval to trade on July 10

Europe Norway

Ocean Yield agrees newcastlemax charter deal with CMB

Ocean Yield buys the vessel that will go on a 15-year charter with options to CMB

Dry Bulk Finance

Grieg Star shuffles senior managers

Matt Duke takes over from current chief executive Camilla Grieg who leaves her post after 20 years

People Ship operations
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