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The Week in Review
A look back at the stories that shaped the week
September 8, 2017
Have fewer product tankers been supplying North Korean ports with fuel cargoes in 2017?
New sulphur cap to favour large, financially capable owners that can invest in ships
September 1, 2017
Mammoth weather event is downgraded as US Gulf shipping tries to recover in its aftermath
Prince Rupert may be remote, but its location hasn’t stopped it taking volumes from rivals in the Pacific Northwest
August 25, 2017
Increased awareness over safety could be the one silver lining in the wake of collisions
Operating performance improves amid optimism for small-sized LPG tankers
August 11, 2017
Euronav’s Paddy Rodgers joins DHT in presenting a bullish view over the new tanker trade in a market otherwise plagued by oversupply
As yet unnamed official does not come from a UK government position
August 04, 2017
We present the essential supply and demand drivers of dry, wet bulk and gas sectors in charts in our mid-year outlook
D’Amico’s High Discovery deal could be a case of viable financing but Italian owner needs to use prudence
July 28, 2017
Why K Line disposed of heavylifter SAL, and where it leaves the company's medium-term plans
Oaktree-Pappas containership joint venture has been sharply scaled back in recent months
July 21, 2017
Manifold powerful political and commercial forces exerting pressure
New director Mario Cordero hopes $4bn infrastructure programme will pay off as Cosco takeover of OOCL triggers competition between LA and Long Beach for cargo shipped by Chinese super-group
July 14, 2017
Container shipping becomes even more concentrated
Consolidation allows carriers to avoid destructive rivalry and compete on better services, according to Tim Smith
July 7, 2017
More transparency from all sides would be a welcome first step in determining what is needed to ensure the sector is restored to health
Despite increased scrapping, global containership capacity continues to surge
June 30, 2017
As container lines get their act together after a harsh downturn, box ports may be in for a rough ride
The Northwest Passage will not be an international waterway anytime soon, but Canada still needs to step up development work to keep pace. Caught amid the changes are the Inuit and their way of life
June 23, 2017
The shipping industry is ripe for consolidation given its fragmented status. Too bad that fleets of various companies may be compatible, but not the people who run them
Digitalisation is surrounded by hype, but will have far-reaching effects on shipping companies’ core assets
June 16, 2017
Maritime companies must increasingly get used to Middle East uncertainty
Tankers and LNG markets have navigated the initial aftermath of the Gulf crisis with limited impact, but uncertainty will remain until the situation is fully resolved
June 9, 2017
French carrier actively seeking up to six units to fulfil alliance commitments
Everything from logistics supply chains to shipping services and banking transactions are being affected
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