The US Federal Maritime Commission has appointed a new chairman. He is a former congressman and will take charge of the commission at a time when the container market is red-hot and causing congestion in US ports.
A large number of the world’s container vessels will be forced to sail slower once the IMO’s CO2 rules come into force next year, DB Schenker executive predicts. The rules will ”result in a big redesign of all our schedules.”
Ammonia, which can be environmentally damaging if handled incorrectly, has a very big potential as a future fuel for shipping. An order book will be seen in the market from 2028, forecasts research center.
Box carriers’ access to sharing capacity and ships contributes to lowering carbon emissions, according to three shipping organizations, which are thereby arguing in favor of maintaining the EU’s competition dispensation for container shipping.