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Ports & Logistics

Calls to standardise shore power to start greening ports

Regulators need to be ambitious setting targets and time is short if the industry is to meet climate goals

Europe Environment

Understanding the collaboration conundrum

Companies trying to apply digitalisation to all their processes discovered that the outcome was not what they had anticipated

International Ports and Logistics

Port of Long Beach sets plan for recovery

‘We’re noticing not just a slowdown in blank sailings, we’re actually seeing a reversal. Shipping lines are basically introducing sailings back into the rotations that were previously cancelled’ — deputy executive director Noel Hacegaba

US States Containers

Globalisation to be reshaped by coronavirus

Multinationals will diversify their sources from a single country to more than one location in a bid to manage risk. But shipping must recognise that alternative trade options are being considered

Political Risk and Trade Ports and Logistics
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Environment

Calls to standardise shore power to start greening ports

Regulators need to be ambitious setting targets and time is short if the industry is to meet climate goals

Europe Environment

Digital technology should drop the science-fiction

He believes the sci-fi videos of autonomous vessels took the discussion about digital technology in completely the wrong direction. The aim is safety and efficiency, not crew reduction

Finland Digitalisation

The week in charts: Floating storage sets record; seaborne trade turns negative

Increased numbers of very large crude carriers anchored off China, Singapore and Malaysia have brought the total amount of crude and clean products in floating storage to a new high, while the global economic outlook is expected to result in seaborne trade falling year on year for the first time since 2009

International Tankers and Gas

Global fleet mostly following IMO fuel collection rules

The IMO has received fuel consumption data for 2019 from over 26,000 ships, around 80% of the required vessels

International IMO
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Shipbuilding

The week in charts: Floating storage sets record; seaborne trade turns negative

Increased numbers of very large crude carriers anchored off China, Singapore and Malaysia have brought the total amount of crude and clean products in floating storage to a new high, while the global economic outlook is expected to result in seaborne trade falling year on year for the first time since 2009

International Tankers and Gas

Economic outlook: Seaborne trade facing pandemic hit

The coronavirus response will mark 2020 out as a year when the global economy went into reverse. This will have a negative impact on future seaborne trade and, while there will be a rebound, annual growth will track lower in 2022-24

Passenger Political and Trade

Cosco firms up orders of LNG tanker trio

The ordering plan was first unveiled in April when the project was said to be linked with US LNG exports

Asia Pacific China

Banking chief says Japanese lenders must restructure

Tokyo Century Corp’s Jigo Hiyashi believes there are far too many Japanese regional banks. He thinks they should focus on core competencies rather than simply merge to achieve size

Japan Finance
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Technology & Innovation

Calls to standardise shore power to start greening ports

Regulators need to be ambitious setting targets and time is short if the industry is to meet climate goals

Europe Environment

Digital technology should drop the science-fiction

He believes the sci-fi videos of autonomous vessels took the discussion about digital technology in completely the wrong direction. The aim is safety and efficiency, not crew reduction

Finland Digitalisation

CMA CGM launches decarbonisation coalition

 Group of 11 organisations to work on future fuels and options for transport and logistics

CMA CGM Containers

Digitalisation vs human intelligence; it's a matter of trust

Shipping is trying to understand why it has come later to the digital party. There are many reasons, including culture, leadership, nervousness about transparency, the value proposition, and trust

International Technology and Innovation
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