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Shipping has found a new normal, says DP World executive

DP World chief operating officer Tiemen Meester is optimistic that vertical logistics integration, greater efficiency and better relationships with clients are here to stay, but the market is not going to return to pre-Covid ‘normal’

International DP World

Florida ports brace for ‘extremely dangerous’ hurricane

Some weakening is expected as the weather system approaches Florida’s west coast, but slower forward motion will likely prolong its surge, according to a report by insurer Acrisure

US States Ports and Logistics

Box shipping pendulum swings back towards favouring shippers

Shippers have struggled to pay high rates for poor service, and even then not be certain their cargo would be carried. With demand and rates falling, however, the tables are turning

International Containers

Daily Briefing September 27 2022

Shipping struggles under burden of ‘confusing and disruptive’ sanctions | Marine insurers to meet US officials on Russia oil price cap | MSC to launch air freight business

Daily Briefing International

Shipping struggles under burden of ‘confusing and disruptive’ sanctions

Commentators complain that ‘chaotic’ sanctions need extensive compliance departments beyond the scope of most shipping firms

International Greece

Port of New York and New Jersey is busiest in US

Throughput in the port 4.6% and 4.5% higher than Los Angeles and Long Beach, respectively, as shippers continue to divert cargo from the west coast

United States Containers

Timor-Leste port at Tibar Bay prepares to start operations

Tibar Bay port has now come under the portfolio of MSC. It is capable of handling 250,000 teu, with a plan to expand its capacity to 1m teu over time as trade grows

Timor-Leste Containers

‘We need more ships, we need bigger ships’ to tackle food crisis

Unctad secretary-general opens the Global Maritime Forum with a call to action for greater numbers and bigger sizes of ships to transit via the Black Sea as major shipowners have mostly been reluctant to commit newer, larger vessels

Europe Ukraine crisis

Greece gets two bids for control of strategic port

Alexandroupolis has become key gateway for US and Nato military equipment as well as a regional energy hub. There is strong US interest in both binding offers received by deadline

Europe North America

Daily Briefing September 23 2022

Zero-emissions shipping goals for 2030 ‘partially on track’ | Poseidon Principles endorse tougher shipping emission targets | Meeting obligations on ESG is good business

Daily Briefing International

Shanghai port geared up to build $7bn new terminal

SIPG said the project will help improve Yangshan’s service capacity and the river-to-sea intermodal shipping in the Yangtze River Delta region, where the port is based

Asia Pacific Containers

Daily Briefing September 22 2022

Industry attempts to amend EU carbon market amid delays | Why shipping’s poor progress report requires high-level attention | EU weakens Russia coal ban to combat food and energy insecurity | Marine insurers in the dark over Russian oil cap details

Daily Briefing International
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