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This week in supply chain chaos

Freight rate volatility, the energy price crunch, and congestion adds to hot markets on niche trades

International From the News Desk

Amazon and Ikea aim for zero-emission shipping by 2040

Nine companies have committed to zero-emissions shipping by 2040, in the most significant pledge yet by cargo owners toward decarbonising the industry

International Sustainability

LNG carrier rates top $260,000 per day as arbitrage profits exceed $100m

Traders take sky-high profits as arbitrage extends to $124m for US-loaded LNG cargo sailing to Japan

International Tankers and Gas

Hundreds of boxships held up by widespread port delays

Containerships of all sizes are suffering from severely disrupted sailing schedules as demand continues to overwhelm ports that are unable to process all of the inbound and outbound cargo quickly enough because of trucking shortages and other distribution pressures

Containers Ports and Logistics

How has shipping changed after 25 years of digitalisation?

Development in the digital space has been rapid: it’s accepted in unlikely places. The need now is standardisation of infrastructure and collaboration among industry players and software providers

International Digital Disruption

AAL orders four heavylift vessels as market improves

Project cargo specialist AAL is ordering four 32,000 dwt multipurpose vessels, having bought six secondhand ships in the past. They will run on fuel oil with capacity to be retrofitted to future fuels later

International Specialty

Daily Briefing October 18 2021

FrontNav — a tanker giant 20 years in the making? | Don’t scapegoat shipping for the world’s just-in-time jitters | Container rates suppressed, but not depressed | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The evolving risk of subterfuge shipping

Daily Briefing Euronav

Precious Shipping denies link to drugs found on bulker

Precious Shipping says drugs were found on Chayanee Naree on September 18 at a port in Brazil. Drugs were also found during an inspection of the same vessel in Lagos in Nigeria on October 13

Thailand Dry Bulk

FrontNav — a tanker giant 20 years in the making?

By purchasing shares ahead of any potential merger, Mr Fredriksen’s strategy looks like a familiar play of creating volatility around the share price. It remains to be seen whether he will follow through on his previous tactic of pulling out at a profit and then wait to see what happens between now and the next Euronav AGM, or push ahead with another round of M&A discussions

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