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Belgian port marriage will not be all chocolates and roses

Both ports have ambitious plans for future growth, yet they depend heavily on fossil fuels for their success. Attracting the next generation of talent will mean getting the transition to cleaner fuels right

Belgium Ports and Logistics

Daily Briefing November 26 2021

Supply chains need fundamental rethinking following systemic shocks | Maersk sees slowdown in 2022 demand growth | IMO mulls voluntary switch to cleaner fuels in the Arctic

Daily Briefing Maersk Group

Höegh Autoliners to trade on Euronext Growth after fundraising

The offering was priced at NKr21 ($2.38) per share, giving the company a market capitalisation of NKr1.2bn. The shares will commence trading on November 29

Finance Specialty

17 Grimaldi family, Grimaldi Group

Naples-based ro-ro specialist has invested in cleaner vehicle carriers and is eyeing acquisitions in ports around the Mediterranean, having added Spanish line Armas Trasmediterránea to its extensive portfolio of regional operators 

Top 100 People Containers

Gram chief says car carrier market is firm

Norwegian company could not complete its initial public offering as planned because of the limited participation of institutional investors. It is now reviewing its options

Specialty Finance

Daily Briefing November 15 2021

FFA trading doubles to twice the size of dry bulk commodities market | COP26: An omen of what’s to come at shipping’s next climate showdown | PI premiums were too low, too long. Expect to pay more | It’s too soon to be bearish on Hong Kong

Daily Briefing International
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