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Containers lost at sea at record low levels

The World Shipping Council (WSC) has released its annual report on containers lost at sea, revealing a significant decrease to 221 boxes lost in...

World Shipping Council appoints new president & CEO

The World Shipping Council (WSC), representing the collective voice of liner shipping, announced the appointment of Joe Kramek as its new president and chief...

FMC refuses to comment on contradictory D&D rules claim

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has refused to comment on claims by the World Shipping Council (WSC) that its interpretive rule on detention and...

World Shipping Council partners with NCB on liner shipping cargo safety

Despite the existence of mandatory international and national regulations governing the transportation of hazardous materials, there persists a concerning trend of these goods being...

WSC fuel proposal could be unworkable

A prominent climate researcher has said the World Shipping Council (WSC)’s market-based measure (MBM) proposals are unworkable because they incentivise biofuel use over the...

WSC report: Reduction in containers lost at sea in 2022

In 2022, 661 containers were lost overboard, according to the annual report of World Shipping Council (WSC). This number represents less than one-thousandth of 1%...

World Shipping Council defends vessel-sharing arrangements

The World Shipping Council (WSC) released a statement supporting the use of vessel-sharing arrangements (VSAs), which are being phased out under a new US...

Lines and shippers clash over CBER extension

Αs the European Commission considers renewing the Consortia Block Exemption Regulation (CBER) that enables current container shipping alliances to operate, liner operators and shippers...

Maersk leaves ICS for WSC over green values

Maersk left the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and joined the World Shipping Council (WSC) as the Danish shipping group decided that the ICS'...

PIL joins World Shipping Council

The Singaporean container shipping line Pacific International Lines (PIL) has become a new member of the World Shipping Council (WSC). PIL is currently ranked 12th...
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