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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Sectors :: Ports and Logistics

Beijing's cut in port box handling tariffs threatens Shanghai's credit status

But Moody's maintains SIPG ratings outlook at stable

Asia Pacific China

Verhoeven and Yildirim see port alliances as next step

Mergers, takeovers and vessel-sharing agreements are giving container lines huge bargaining power, which is pressuring ports and terminals as they fight to retain customers

Europe North America

Hamburg port to benefit from EU-Canada free trade agreement

Deal will see customs taxes eliminated on 98% of goods traded and the removal of most import and export trade restrictions

Europe Germany

Port of Long Beach gets $2.4m grant to cut emissions

Government funding will go toward the replacement of cranes and tugs with lower-emission alternatives

North America United States

Singapore developing acceptance criteria for drone surveys

Acceptance criteria to be ready by next quarter and the city state is also trying to expand use of e-certs

Asia Pacific Singapore

Global Ports Holding poised for worldwide expansion

London-listed cruise port operator sets sights on Cuba and Asia after taking over Lisbon

Passenger Ports and Logistics

Digitalisation will expose poor box line performance

Reliability ‘still not a priority’ for container lines, but emerging technologies will force carriers to meet shippers’ demands, says forwarder iContainers

International Containers

US Court finds ILWU guilty of violating labour laws

Violations of the law are related to work stoppages and slowdowns, false safety claims and other coercive conduct against ICTSI Oregon

North America United States

Ocean capacity indiscipline driving down fourth-quarter freight rates

Carriers’ reluctance to cut services explains falling prices and abandonment of November GRIs despite strong demand, says Alphaliner

International Containers
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