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Freeing the Ever Given from the sandy banks of the Suez Canal was a relatively straightforward, if immensely difficult salvage task. Now comes the hard part for the white-collar side of shipping
Mutual insurer the International Transport Intermediaries Club urged vigilance in checking Covid-19 tests after a missed positive result caused an 11-day delay and a $175,000 claim
Record lows attributed to reduced shipping activity and are unlikely to continue as world trade picks up, industry told
A Dutch cargoship is in danger of sinking off Norway after it started listing and taking on water, prompting the urgent rescue of 12 crew yesterday. The ship has about 350 tonnes of heavy oil on board. Plans are being drawn up to salvage the ship, but bad weather is hampering the operation
Shipping breathed a collective sigh of relief earlier this week as Ever Given was finally freed from the banks of the Suez Canal, while Lloyd’s List’s latest special report on the industry’s decarbonisation efforts included a timely timeline keeping reader abreast of the key dates on the agenda in navigating towards a carbon-free future
The six-day Ever Given blockage has created a logjam at the crucial trade artery which usually sees 50 vessel transits a day
ITOPF managing director Dr Karen Purnell discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the emergency response NGO, which has been at the forefront of oil spill reduction efforts in the industry
Diverted cargoes will add to sailing distances, which will undoubtedly spur freight rates, albeit temporarily, given weak demand in Europe as a result of the third wave of coronavirus lockdowns
The containerised supply chain was already under duress before the Suez Canal was closed. Analysts warn that the additional cargo when it eventually reopens will lead to further delays as congested ports try to process the volumes
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