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Global supply chain flaws exposed by pandemic, analysts report

Boston Consulting Group analysts believe supply chain businesses, along with shipping lines, must be aware of seismic changes in trade patterns. The coronavirus pandemic has intensified disruptive forces

Political Risk and Trade Ports and Logistics

Capital Product chief taking ‘opportunistic approach’

Partnership posts improved net income from continuing operations of $8.7m for the second quarter

International Greece

Eagle Bulk confirms armed incident over pay dispute

The guard did not surrender his weapon to the ship's master and forced the vessel to deviate from its course

Dry Bulk Piracy and Security

Cosco boosted by record transpacific rates

The recent waves of consolidation in the container shipping sector has led to a ‘better than expected’ capacity discipline, which benefited major carriers, such as Cosco, says CICC

Asia Pacific Containers

Industry tortoise derided by Mr Hare is unfair race

Shipping knows it has to become cleaner and greener, and it knows it is not doing so fast enough. But it takes time to turn a supertanker, and fuelling the industry is a supertanker issue

Bunkers Fuels

LNG’s role as a bridging fuel for shipping faces challenge

Progress towards a zero-carbon future for shipping will involve methanol, biofuels, ammonia, and hydrogen. LNG’s role as a bridging fuel is being challenged even as shipowners invest in the fuel

Fuels Environment

ONE cost cuts boost first-quarter profit

A 20% drop in the average price of bunkers helped push Ocean Network Express to a $167m profit, despite revenues falling by 4.8% to $2.7bn

Asia Pacific Singapore

Box freight rates in the balance

Container lines will have to make sensible decisions if they are to maintain the freight rate gains that have supported the sector through the crisis

International Containers

Seafarers close to breaking point, warns shipmanager

With 300,000 crew still stranded at sea amid tightening crew change policies, the risk is rising that they will refuse to renew their contracts

International Asia Pacific
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