Terminal operators remain dynamic

There is no change in the order of the top five global container terminal operators but other major players are now entering the ranks according to the latest Annual Review from Drewry Maritime Research. PSA was again the leading operator in terms of equity teu ahead of Hutchison (HPH) but by a reduced margin following […]

Strike Club reports uptake in demand for mutual and fixed-premium covers

The Strike Club, a market for insuring ship owners and charterers wanting insurance protection against delays in the marine trades, has reported continuing strong demand for its covers, whether for mutual entries or for its fixed-premium insurance covers for war risks, loss of earnings and bespoke delay risks. This was the positive message from the […]

ICS presses for early IMO study into availability of low sulphur fuel

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), whose 36 member national shipowners’ associations represent all sectors and trades and more than 80% of the world merchant fleet, has called on the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to accelerate a critical study into the global availability of low sulphur fuel for ships. ICS has been expressing concern for […]

Thomas Gunn launches new generation VOYAGER

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