While shipping companies traditionally reinvested profits in expanding and modernising their fleets, listed owners have increasingly been allocating their capital towards debt repayment and share repurchases in recent years amid strong cashflows, regulatory uncertainty and a lack of yard slots
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Ports can mitigate a repeat of their pandemic gridlock by adopting the right port community system
Decarbonisation and sanctions remain the two most important subjects for shipping regulations in 2023 on the back of looming environmental controls and sanctions that start to bite
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Two of the shipping industry’s leading academics, Professor Siri Pettersen Strandenes and Dr Martin Stopford, join the podcast this week to discuss everything from the shifting nature of shipping economics to the digital and logistic solutions they would urge the industry to consider in response
Special Report: Shipping Finance
Lloyd's List's latest report on shipping finance finds Chinese lessors in a dilemma and banks’ lending decisions already being swayed by green tendencies as the race to zero gathers pace, while private equity continues to reduce sector exposure in a second 'prexit' wave. Click here to view the full report
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