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Drewry: Large Bulkers to Benefit from Indonesia’s Exports Ban
Indonesia’s ban on exports of unprocessed ores and minerals will result in reduced nickel ore trade, hurting the demand for small bulkers.
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CMA CGM Sees Shipping Bottom Out in Q2 After Demand PlungeCMA CGM expects activity in the shipping sector to bottom out during the second quarter as countries emerge from coronavirus-related lockdowns and ship operators adjust capacity, the France-based group’s finance chief said.
Drewry: A career at sea ever less attractiveThe current officer shortfall to crew the global merchant fleet is forecast to widen amid reduced attractiveness of a career at sea, according to the latest report from the global shipping consultancy Drewry.
U.S. Total Trade Slumps to Lowest Level in Almost a DecadeU.S. trade in goods and services plunged in April to the lowest level in almost a decade as the Covid-19 pandemic stifled demand and hindered logistics.
CMA CGM boss sets carbon neutral target by 2050French operator CMA CGM aims to be carbon neutral by 2050, according to Rodolphe Saadé, the chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Group.
HMM Oslo heads for Europe with a full loadHMM Oslo, the company’s second 24,000TEU ship, has left for Europe, according to a company statement on 31 May, with all its slots full, repeating a feat achieved by sister vessel HMM Algeciras.
Digitization Takes Another Step Forward With DP World and TradeLensThe push towards digitization in the shipping industry took another step forward with the announcement by ports operator DP World that it has completed the early stages of integration with TradeLens, a blockchain-based digital container logistics platform
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