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Box lines’ stock prices fade as Red Sea crisis windfall slows

Stock prices of listed liner operators, which rose at the height of the Red Sea crisis, have corrected in tandem with freight rates, according...

Fuel concerns see operators favouring direct boxship orders over long-term charters

The dilemma over alternative fuels and financing means that liner operators are more inclined to order newbuildings themselves, rather than turning to tonnage providers. As...

Red Sea crisis spurs surge in TEU capacity: Newbuildings fully absorbed

The total container ship capacity deployed on trades affected by the Red Sea crisis has increased by 1.26 million TEUs since October 2023, driven...

Peak in scrubber-installed boxship fleet

The number of scrubber-fitted container ships is now at an all-time high of 36% of the global boxship fleet, due mainly to MSC's preference...

Substantial number of elderly boxships remain in fleet

French consultancy Alphaliner said today that 20% of the global boxship fleet is aged 20 years and older. It is estimated that 1,200 vessels of the active fleet of...

Listed box lines see reduced market capitalisation as stock prices fall

The 11 largest publicly listed container shipping companies have lost US$135 billion of their stock valuations over the last 1.5 years as investors dumped...

Decarbonisation journey pushes boxship orderbook to new high

The container ship orderbook marches towards record highs constantly, as liner operators and tonnage providers keep targeting a reduced carbon footprint with vessels powered...

Vessel upsizing pushes more Neo-Panamax units to mid-haul lanes

More and more Neo-Panamax container ships in the 13,000 to 16,550 TEU capacity range are being cascaded into North-South trades as more Megamax ships...

Combative MSC says shippers must look forward

Shippers do not know the real cost of moving a container, cargo owners must pay the right price for moving containers, most shippers want...

Evergreen temporarily loses ground in TEU rankings; ready to climb higher

Taiwanese ocean carrier Evergreen has lost the sixth spot in the global liner rankings by Singapore-headquartered Ocean Network Express (ONE), according to the latest...
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MSC applies new prices from Far East to Europe

Swiss/Italian container carrier MSC will implement the following new Freight All Kind (FAK) rates from Asia to Europe. Effective as from 1 May but not...

Port of Antwerp-Bruges handles over 3.2 million TEUs in first quarter

The Port of Antwerp-Bruges said that despite the ongoing complexities in geopolitics and macroeconomics, its volume growth, primarily driven by a resurgence in container...

Port of Rotterdam achieves 10% CO2 emission reduction in 2023

In 2023, there was a 10% reduction in CO2 emissions at the port of Rotterdam compared to 2022, amounting to a decrease of 2.2...