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Standard Club offers cashback after near 5% tonnage growth

Standard Club offers cashback after near 5% tonnage growth ‘Overall, premium across the membership increased at 20 February 2020, and deductibles were adjusted, reflecting the board’s expectation that rates…        Related Stories Increased marine demand underpins Hempel’s return to growth Braemar to expand despite coronavirus fears Coronavirus: Shippers warned of medical testing fraud   ‘Overall,…

Daily Briefing March 3 2020

Daily Briefing March 3 2020 Free to read: Rosneft sanctions leave oil trader’s Venezuela VLCC fleet stranded | Coronavirus fear persists despite slowed blank sailings…         Free to read: Rosneft sanctions leave oil trader’s Venezuela VLCC fleet stranded | Coronavirus fear persists despite slowed blank sailings…         https://lloydslist.maritimeintelligence.informa.com/LL1131120/Daily%20Briefing%20March%203%202020?utm_source=search&utm_medium=RSS&utm_term=&utm_campaign=search_rss3rd March 20203:04 am

Equipment shortages hit European and US shippers

Equipment shortages hit European and US shippers Despite signs that the Chinese supply chain is starting to move again, equipment shortages are set to remain for some…        Related Stories The bet that failed: Kurt Zech unravels Zeaborn Hydrogen could be option for transpacific boxships Vitol newbuilding VLCC used for diesel floating storage   Despite…

The bet that failed: Kurt Zech unravels Zeaborn

The bet that failed: Kurt Zech unravels Zeaborn ‘He knows he gambled and lost. Very different from owners who feel hurt in their pride and drag a dead…        Related Stories Equipment shortages hit European and US shippers Hydrogen could be option for transpacific boxships Vitol newbuilding VLCC used for diesel floating storage   ‘He…

Daily Briefing March 2 2020

Daily Briefing March 2 2020 Free to read: Coronavirus casts shadow across dry bulk market | UK Club hails ‘strong’ renewal despite tonnage outflux |…         Free to read: Coronavirus casts shadow across dry bulk market | UK Club hails ‘strong’ renewal despite tonnage outflux |…         https://lloydslist.maritimeintelligence.informa.com/LL1131119/Daily%20Briefing%20March%202%202020?utm_source=search&utm_medium=RSS&utm_term=&utm_campaign=search_rss29th February 20203:04 am

IMO urged to consider market-based measures for emissions

IMO urged to consider market-based measures for emissions The UK suggests emissions levies, taxes or trading systems could be crucial in helping industry meet International Maritime Organization targets        Related Stories Sulphur cap cost pass-through critical to carrier finances IMO 2020 cost pass-through critical to carrier finances The Lloyd’s List Podcast: Qatar brings a fresh…

Scrubber retrofits put squeeze on MPC Containers

Scrubber retrofits put squeeze on MPC Containers ‘All 10 vessels selected for exhaust gas cleaning system investments have been successfully retrofitted and today enjoy longer-term employment at…        Related Stories Pioneer Marine chief executive quits The week in charts: Cargo owners feel coronavirus effects plus hidden Iranian oil shipments UK Club hails ‘strong’ renewal despite…