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Capacity reductions set to stay

New wave of cuts likely as China export demand falls

International Containers

Seafaring should be considered an essential service

The UK is one exception to have moved to categorise seafaring as an essential service, which goes to promoting seafarer welfare in trying times such as the current coronavirus outbreak

Coronavirus Ports and Logistics

China issues crew change guidance amid port resistance

Crew change requests from shipping companies will need approval within China from various officials in maritime, customs, port and immigration authorities. And just one ‘no’ will kill the plan 

Asia Pacific Containers

What if coronavirus teaches us to consume less?

In the discussion about cutting emissions by 50%, no one wants to discuss the benefits of a post-coronavirus world simply reducing consumption. Perhaps it’s a risk shipping doesn’t want to face

International Coronavirus

Scrubber cheerleader Scorpio postpones retrofits ‘where possible’

Some 51 tankers in Scorpio’s fleet of 137 product tankers have yet to have scrubbers installed as of March 27, the company says in a filing

Asia Pacific Containers

Tanker fleet sees ‘once-in-a-generation’ opportunities from oil demand shock

‘The storage is really kicking off, and this is about to change this market and change 2020 completely’ — Frontline chief executive Robert MacLeod

International Tankers and Gas

Boxship owners face up to falling charter rates

Supply-side constraints will benefit non-operating owners when container demand re-emerges from coronavirus slump

International Containers

Shipping in the crosshairs of the EU emission strategy

Controls on carbon emissions are likely to extend beyond European shipping companies, EU-flagged vessels and intra-EU voyages

EU Fuels

The Alliance braces for slump in demand

Transpacific trade to see largest reduction in services as volumes decline

International Containers
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