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Costamare diversifies into dry bulk with deals for 16 vessels

Costamare is putting some of its mounting cash balance from a sizzling market into a similarly strong dry bulk sector where opportunities may be easier to find

International Greece

Hapag-Lloyd expects extended peak season on strong demand

Congestion will only come to an end when demand eases. But as demand continues to outstrip supply, shippers are in for a bumpy summer

Europe Germany

Charterparties may need amending to reach climate goals

‘There is wide scope for owners and charterers to consider provisions addressing technical and operational efficiency within charterparty riders, and in particular general clauses addressing vessel fuel efficiency,’ lawyers argue

International Environment

IMO chief warns ‘failure not an option’ on cutting emissions

International Maritime Organization secretary-general Kitack Lim opened the Marine Environment Protection Committee with a stronger-than-usual warning on the need for shipping to develop emission regulations

Environment Fuels

Crewing crisis is ‘manageable but not sustainable’

V.Group says the broad spread of crew-source countries has been beneficial. However, new fuels and technologies will place increasing pressure on training and skills

Germany United Kingdom

Abandoned crews languish as cases drag on

The International Transport Workers’ Federation has recovered $45m in owed wages last year alone; a significant figure given the challenges

Crewing Regulation

Yantian Port congestion has echoes of Suez

Supply chain chaos at Chinese ports, the politics of China's pitch for a Hamburg terminal stake, and why shipping may not be able to swerve the new push for a global corporation tax

From the News Desk Asia Pacific

McQuilling partners with Vertis to enter carbon market

The new venture will offer its clients access to carbon offsets via a partnership agreement to address their environmental sustainability and carbon-neutral shipping needs, as well as their future environmental compliance requirements

International Environment

Shipping warned not to ignore safety in sustainability push

Shipping is facing intense pressure to comply with decarbonisation targets but ‘the Greta Thunbergs of this world’ are likely to call for a shortening of timelines, a webinar discussion heard

Environment Safety
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