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Hong Kong exits worst container year since 2002

The Port of Hong Kong handled far more containers in December than in the same period last year, but the overall container throughput in 2016 is a major disappointment and marks the lowest level since 2002.

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This is how Maersk plans to convince investors

At the Maersk Capital Markets Day this Tuesday, the group's Executive Board will present its strategy for the coming years for its core business Transport & Logistics to a broad range of investors and analysts. Find the plan here.

British ports fear chaos after Brexit

Extensive inspections on board vessels in British ports will become routine procedure if the UK does not maintain the common environmental and health standards after Brexit, warn the ports.

Bunker One to rebuild carriers' trust after OW collapse

Two events are behind the changes in the bunker market that made Bunker Holding eye a need to launch its new venture, Manager Peter Zachariassen tells ShippingWatch. One is the OW Bunker bankruptcy in 2014. The other will happen two years from now.

Carriers hedging against more expensive fuel for years ahead

Carriers are now so confident about the global sulfur cap in 2020 that they are starting to readjust their costs according to the new low-sulfur fuel. Concordia Maritime has settled a significant part of its bunker consumption for 2020 and 2021, CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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