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ICS sees stabilisation in China as outbreak spreads

The International Chamber of Shipping reports that the coronavirus outbreak is costing the industry $350m each week in lost revenues        Related Stories US southwest…

Pricier P&I cover may prove a tipping point

Pressures on insurers are not going to go away, with bigger casualties meaning there is no sign of a slowdown…        Related Stories US southwest…

Class enables the implementation of regulation, says Sinha

The managing director of IR Class explained how classification societies play a significant role in enabling shipping to meet regulatory…        Related Stories Venture capital-backed…

Finnlines invests in green vessels

Finnlines posted a €16.5m profit in the fourth quarter and said it would focus on digitalisation and automation        Related Stories Coronavirus: Pessimistic short-term outlook…

Flexport launches “proactive” Trade Advisory

San Francisco-based freight forwarder, Flexport, today announced the launch of “Trade Advisory,” a service designed to help its domestic shippers identify cost saving opportunities, explore…

Importance of sustainable packaging and shipping

Global trade keeps us connected with customers, consumers and industries around the world.. There are several modes of transport used in global trade – sea,…

Sanctioned Iranian fuel oil shipping from Iraq

About 2.1m tonnes of dirty cargoes was loaded from the offshore port limit of the Iraqi port in January, Lloyd’s…        Related Stories KPI Bridge…

Germany maintains place in shipowning league

‘Most shipping companies at least have a cautiously optimistic outlook for the future,’ says Verband Deutscher Reeder president Alfred Hartmann        Related Stories China port…

Shipping struggles with exposure to coronavirus

A recovery will come but the hope is this battle against the epidemic won’t be longer than expected        Related Stories ‘We need a smaller…