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Containers

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Containers: Generation [bo]X — tales for an accelerated cycle

The container shipping sector entered the year on a downcycle. It looks likely to end the year in the black, as the old nemesis of congestion comes back to haunt

Mid-Year outlook Containers Political Risk and Trade
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The week in newbuildings: Conventional fuel ordering spree continues

The tanker sector continues to provide the most activity in newbuildings. Greek owners in particular are investing in crude oil and product tankers with conventional fuel propulsion systems

Week in Newbuildings Containers
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Lionel Messi’s fashion royalties and shipping’s road to Nasdaq

Some shipping listings are acquired from public companies that have nothing to do with shipping — which makes for some colourful Nasdaq origin stories. Heidmar’s reverse merger plan is the latest example

Containers Finance

Shipping’s short-term outlook looks golden, but uncertainties loom large

The growing orderbook and rising prices are not deterring cash-rich owners or hungry yards, as all core markets continue to perform strongly at the same time, while the global disruption fuelling record tonne-miles shows no sign of abating. But is it really different this time round?

Mid-Year outlook Containers

Shipbuilding: Newbuilding prices edge up but no return to 2000s-style supercycle

Shipbuilders face continuing labour shortages, local currency depreciation and greater complexity in vessel specifications at a time of increasing demand for new vessels. Nevertheless, government support can be assured for the few nations that still view merchant shipbuilding as a strategic industry

Mid-Year outlook Shipbuilding

Shippers seek to crack box terminals’ black box

Terminal operators have contracts with carriers but not with the owners of the cargo that transits their docks. More collaborations between shippers and terminals could help ease bottlenecks

Containers Ports and Logistics

Container shipping’s relentless newbuild deluge is yet to reach its halfway mark

Container lines dodged a bullet this year courtesy of the Red Sea crisis, but the orderbook remains extremely ominous. Eventually, the supply upside of Cape of Good Hope reroutings will be overwhelmed by the flood of new ship deliveries

Containers Shipbuilding

Trains fail to take the strain amid delay pain

Geopolitical strains have brought rail back into the range of options for shippers. But the volumes and cost mean it will only ever be a niche product

Containers Ports and Logistics

Containers: Generation [bo]X — tales for an accelerated cycle

The container shipping sector entered the year on a downcycle. It looks likely to end the year in the black, as the old nemesis of congestion comes back to haunt

Mid-Year outlook Containers
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Ports and Logistics

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Türkiye’s container transhipments up sharply amid EU carbon leakage concerns

Turkish ports are unlikely to be included in EU ETS despite rising transit traffic, as none of the terminals are eligible for EU ETS’ neighbouring transhipment hub criteria

Containers Regulation

Call for pre-emptive monitoring of ETS diversions

An increase in port capacity in third countries through the development of new container terminals indicates that evasive practices are already emerging

Sustainability Containers

Mediterranean ports hit by multiple challenges

Volumes are growing significantly but growth is not unlimited. Ports are having to adapt to an environment in which predictability and reliability cannot be guaranteed

Red Sea Risk Containers
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Latest From Containers

Türkiye’s container transhipments up sharply amid EU carbon leakage concerns

Turkish ports are unlikely to be included in EU ETS despite rising transit traffic, as none of the terminals are eligible for EU ETS’ neighbouring transhipment hub criteria

Containers Regulation

International Group pool claims doubled in value last year

Britannia surplus enables $10m cashback, while Skuld cuts release calls

Containers Dry Bulk

Week in charts: No immediate impact on Bab el Mandeb transits | Malta STS transfers of Russian oil quadruple | Container shipping newbuild deluge continues

Houthi attacks haven’t dissuaded shipowners from sending their vessels through the Bab el Mandeb Strait, a new STS site has emerged after a Greek clampdown and the containership newbuildings keep on coming

Week in Charts Red Sea Risk

The week in newbuildings: Conventional fuel ordering spree continues

The tanker sector continues to provide the most activity in newbuildings. Greek owners in particular are investing in crude oil and product tankers with conventional fuel propulsion systems

Week in Newbuildings Containers

Container demand spike could stretch through to third quarter

There have been concerns that the recent rise in demand and rates could fade. But even with inventories remaining largely stable, the market may remain strong into the traditional peak season

Containers International

Call for pre-emptive monitoring of ETS diversions

An increase in port capacity in third countries through the development of new container terminals indicates that evasive practices are already emerging

Sustainability Containers
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