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How slow can you go?

How slow can you go?


12 May 2019


Is there much to be gained from applying speed limits on containerships to reduce emissions?

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Scrapping set to rise

Scrapping set to rise


28 Apr 2019


IMO 2020 is expected to increase the number of containership demolitions, but progress has been slow thus far.

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IMO 2020 = M&A?

IMO 2020 = M&A?


31 Mar 2019


Financially vulnerable carriers could be pushed into M&A by the extra costs associated with the new low-sulphur fuel law. If that happens, how might competition on key trades be affected?

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Side effects

Side effects


17 Mar 2019


IMO 2020 low-sulphur rules could trigger more slow steaming and transhipment.

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Container equipment prices & lease rates falling

Container equipment prices & lease rates falling


17 Feb 2019


Container equipment prices plunged below building costs in the last quarter of 2018, and manufacturers will need to cut back if they are to return to profit in 2019.

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News

Proposed US auto tariffs would have a significant negative impact on key East-West trade routes

Proposed US auto tariffs would have a significant negative impact on key East-West trade routes
Key US ports, leading global container lines and specialist car carriers will all be adversely impacted should the proposed US auto tariffs be implemented in the second quarter of 2019, according to an impact analysis published by global shipping consultancy Drewry.

Satisfaction survey in container transport: Shippers dissatisfied with clarity of surcharges and transit times

The level of satisfaction concerning container carriers among exporters, importers, and freight forwarders falls marginally, according to the third annual shipper satisfaction survey of Drewry and the European Shippers’ Council (ESC).

A foggy outlook for container shipping, but a brighter tomorrow still likely

The container shipping industry is facing an exceptionally high level of uncertainty, ranging from the extra cost associated with IMO 2020 and how much carriers will recover from shippers, to the possibility of a trade recession and unknown future engagement by shipowners in large vessel building programmes, according to Drewry’s latest Container Forecaster.

Second study identifies routing options and ample terminal capacity to gear-up short-sea container services, post-Brexit, to alleviate congestion through Dover

Alternative capacity could be provided by short-sea container services between the UK and EU to alleviate possible congestion at the Port of Dover post-Brexit, according to a study by global shipping consultancy Drewry.

Events

Breakbulk Europe

Come and see Drewry at BreakBulk Europe

Container Ports webinar briefing: Is supersizing ports the answer?

Join us at 0900 or 1600 GMT on Tues, 11 June 2019 to find out more on our latest research covering the container ports and terminals market. The session will be hosted by Neil Davidson, Senior Analyst in Drewry’s Ports and Terminals practice and Martin Dixon, Director - Head of Research Products at Drewry. Both executives will be available to take questions following a short 20 minute presentation.