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While the world boxship fleet grew little in 2020, new orders in the final days of the year are unlikely to upset the supply and demand balance for now
ABB Marine & Ports believes the industry needs to see the bigger picture — the focus on public health and protection of the environment. That will show which digital solutions should be prioritised
The AL1 loop, sailing between northern Europe and North America’s east coast, will be suspended from the start of the second quarter of the year as the consortium continues to rationalise its network
The French energy major will take in a newbuilding 174,000 cu m liquefied natural gas carrier from Sovcomflot in 2021 and have options to take in two more vessels
There are few things new in container shipping. Today’s problems reflect a long history of both shippers and carriers being wrongly incentivised to commit to what they have agreed to
Maersk Essen becomes third boxship in two months to lose containers overboard. Customers have been informed and an investigation will be conducted
The company wants to reduce its own emissions, but given the absence of sufficient alternative fuels for deepsea voyages, carbon offsets are required at this point, according to Navigator Gas chief commercial officer
Attacks on Maersk vessels, and a raft of new statistics, have prompted a fresh outcry over Gulf of Guinea piracy. BIMCO, Maersk and now Denmark’s government have called for an international naval force. But with more grey ships unlikely to show up soon, it is up to shipowners to protect their crews
The start of 2021 has registered unusual strength for the time of year, a sign that the slump of the past decade may well and truly be over
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