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Maritime in Minutes - news round-up February 2024

Three months of the Red Sea crisis, US cyber fears over Chinese made port cranes, and the Magna Carta of the seafaring kind and much more in the latest Maritime in Minutes.

Seatrade Maritime News’ Marcus Hand and Gary Howard reflect back on the month of February in maritime and shipping the stories that stood out from our coverage.

Hear more about:

  • EU recognises abatement of emissions difficult in shipping
  • Maersk looks at DB Schenker acquisition
  • Feeder chartering and the impact of the Red Sea crisis
  • No change in Panama Canal restrictions until April
  • Geopolitics and inflation impact Rotterdam port
  • Three months of the Red Sea crisis
  • Biden administration and China made port crane cyber fears
  • Philippines President delays signing Magna Carta of Filipino seafarers

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Links to stories featured in this episode

EU recognises shipping abatement challenge with green fuels priority

Maersk to look at DB Schenker acquisition

Chartered feeders de rigueur in Red Sea crisis

No change in Panama Canal restrictions before April

Geopolitics and inflation drag Rotterdam volumes into the red

Industry united in call to free Galaxy Leader crew held hostage for 3 months

Red Sea Crisis page

Biden administration to bring port crane manufacturing back to the US

Philippine’s President delays signing the Magna Carta of Filipino Seafarers