Daily Briefing October 30 2019 :: Lloyd's List

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For shipping and port companies, it’s easier said than done to capture the cargo flows being shifted by China’s manufacturing migration and the predicted Southeast Asia boom.

Tanker market veterans are still shaking their heads at the unprecedented spike in spot rates that ushered in the fourth quarter.

A cyber attack on major Asia Pacific ports could cost $110bn, roughly equivalent to half of all losses from natural catastrophes globally in 2018, according to new research from the University of Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies.

Collaboration can help address challenges in the maritime industry and turn them into opportunities, Singapore’s transport minister tells maritime industry leaders at the opening of the Global Maritime Forum.

Larger boxships have seen increased demand, despite growing trade tensions. In the smaller ship segment, demand is falling and dragging down values.

For many small- to medium sized companies, sharing data is a daunting process. Done correctly, however, it can save time and money and provide additional opportunities, writes Christian Roeloffs.

Obituary: Dimitri Capaitzis, a technical legend of the Greek shipping industry, has died in Athens, his office has announced. He was 88.

Euronav, the crude oil tanker giant company, has posted a lower loss in the third quarter and said it sees ....

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