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Short-term prospects for capes dim on strikes

Average weighted time charter earnings on the Baltic Exchange have fallen from $20,801 per day on May 14 to $11,177 at the close on Friday

International Asia Pacific

Changing Lanes: The emerging picture on the Asia-South America trade lane

Mergers and acquisitions have required reshuffles to meet regulatory requirements

Asia Pacific South America

The Interview Yntze Buitenwerf

Seatrade’s chief executive has overseen an unconventional switch from the conventional operator to the liner business, but he insists the company is sticking to its roots

International Containers

HMM pulls out of transatlantic trades

Weak market conditions lead to exit from North Atlantic services

Europe North America

Inmarsat says IMO's maritime safety decision 'does not change landscape'

Update: Iridium's focus is now on implementation phase following IMO's recognition as a satellite provider

Technology and Innovation Ship operations

Viewpoint: Gradations of autonomy

We need to be clear about what it is we mean by our definitions of autonomy, between the robots being in charge and automation helping humans

International Containers

Shippers advised to lock in sea freight rates now

Despite a dimmer outlook for container carriers, box rates could rise later in the year

International Containers

Between the Lines: First-quarter carrier financials fail to impress

All but four container carriers have reported negative earnings before interest and tax in the January-March period

International Containers

Fight for market share behind poor carrier results

Rising bunker and charter costs mean full-year results could be affected if supply side issues are not addressed, says Alphaliner

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