All Insight articles – Page 3

  • SAL introduces FS MARINE+ emission reduction system
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    SAL introduces FS MARINE+ emission reduction system

    2019-12-11T13:25:00Z

    SAL Heavy Lift said that it has become the first shipping company in the world to introduce hydrogen/methanol emission reduction technology to its fleet.

  • BIMCO revising Dispute Resolution Clause
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    BIMCO revising Dispute Resolution Clause

    2019-12-11T11:20:00Z

    BIMCO’s Documentary Committee has agreed to revise and simplify its Dispute Resolution Clause.

  • ICS launches ISM guidelines
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    ICS launches ISM guidelines

    2019-12-10T13:00:00Z

    The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has launched a completely new edition of its Guidelines on the Application of the IMO International Safety Management (ISM) Code.

  • Triumph winds down 747 part production
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    Triumph winds down 747 part production

    2019-12-06T11:40:00Z

    According to media reports, Triumph Group is winding down the production of parts for Boeing’s 747 aircraft. 

  • Sobering picture from DHL’s GTB
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    Sobering picture from DHL’s GTB

    2019-12-06T11:20:00Z

    The DHL Global Trade Barometer (GTB) indicates that world trade will contract over the next three months.

  • Networks attend sustainability summit
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    Networks attend sustainability summit

    2019-12-04T12:45:00Z

    Representatives of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC), Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) and Priority Cargo Network attended the seventh Sustainable Ocean Summit in Paris during November. 

  • Wind turbine OEMs to consolidate positions
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    Wind turbine OEMs to consolidate positions

    2019-11-25T10:30:00Z

    Industry analyst Wood Mackenzie expects the top five leading wind turbine OEMs to control three quarters of the sector by 2028. 

  • FROM THE MAGAZINE: Sidestepping the scammers
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    FROM THE MAGAZINE: Sidestepping the scammers

    2019-11-19T13:30:00Z

    Business e-mail compromise scams defrauded approximately USD1.3 billion from organisations and individuals in 2018 – nearly 50 percent higher than in 2017. The logistics industry is particularly exposed to scams of this nature. Megan Ramsay reports. 

  • Charter rates on an upward trajectory
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    Charter rates on an upward trajectory

    2019-11-12T11:40:00Z

    Time charter rates in the multipurpose shipping sector have increased slightly over the last month, according to the latest data from shipbroker Toepfer Transport.

  • PCB 2020 to discuss ‘Energy in Transition’
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    PCB 2020 to discuss ‘Energy in Transition’

    2019-11-12T11:35:00Z

    The organiser of the Project Cargo & Breakbulk conference and exhibition 2020 (PCB 2020) has revealed the inaugural event’s conference theme and initial speakers.

  • Economic outlook threatens recovery
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    Economic outlook threatens recovery

    2019-11-08T13:20:00Z

    The global economic outlook is one of the biggest risks to the recovery of the multipurpose shipping sector, according to maritime consultancy Drewry. 

  • FROM THE MAGAZINE: Broken promises leave the Balkans in limbo
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    FROM THE MAGAZINE: Broken promises leave the Balkans in limbo

    2019-11-05T17:00:00Z

    In June, a divided European Union (EU) postponed the decision on opening accession talks with North Macedonia and Albania until October, leaving both countries questioning whether the door is half open, or half closed. Sophie Barnes reports.

  • BIMCO to focus on sale and leaseback transactions
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    BIMCO to focus on sale and leaseback transactions

    2019-11-05T10:40:00Z

    The Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) has started developing a new standard term sheet for ship sale and leaseback transactions.

  • SGRE to buy Senvion assets
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    SGRE to buy Senvion assets

    2019-10-25T13:20:00Z

    Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE) has reached agreement to acquire selected European assets of Senvion Group for EUR200 million (USD223.3 million).

  • Rotor sails bring savings for Maersk
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    Rotor sails bring savings for Maersk

    2019-10-25T13:10:00Z

    The installation of rotor sails on the tanker, Maersk Pelican, resulted in an 8.2 percent fuel saving over the course of a year, according to the wind propulsion system manufacturer Norsepower.

  • Gard highlights scrubber-related claims
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    Gard highlights scrubber-related claims

    2019-10-25T12:15:00Z

    With the IMO 2020 deadline fast approaching, maritime insurance provider Gard has highlighted some of the recent scrubber-related claims it has handled.

  • Time charter rates on the up
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    Time charter rates on the up

    2019-10-23T11:30:00Z

    Time charter rates in the multipurpose shipping sector have increased slightly over the last month, according to the latest data from shipbroker Toepfer Transport.

  • FROM THE MAGAZINE: Innovating to push logistics into the 21st century
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    FROM THE MAGAZINE: Innovating to push logistics into the 21st century

    2019-10-22T12:15:00Z

    Dennis Mottola, global logistics consultant, explains to David Kershaw why he is positive about the outlook for the logistics industry, despite a widespread need for modernisation. 

  • BIMCO to present sanctions clauses in December
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    BIMCO to present sanctions clauses in December

    2019-10-18T11:55:00Z

    The Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) is launching new sanctions clauses for time and voyage charters.

  • MSC rules out NSR
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    MSC rules out NSR

    2019-10-17T14:10:00Z

    MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has confirmed that it will not explore the use of the Northern Sea Route (NSR) for container shipping between Europe and Asia.