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Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - August in review

Audio-Podcast: Maritime in Minutes - August in review

The Panama Canal water shortages, the influence of geopolitics on shipping, HMM stake for sale but who’s buying, who are CStar Line, and much more in the latest episode of Maritime in Minutes.

Seatrade Maritime News Editor Marcus Hand takes the listener through August in maritime with his top picks that appeared on Seatrade Maritime News.

Featured in this episode:

  • Shipper and carrier environmental rankings
  • Global slump in container volumes
  • Panama Canal water woes
  • Geopolitics and influence on trade and shipping
  • China overtakes Greece as the world’s largest shipowner
  • Who are CStar Line?
  • HMM stake sale
  • Lifting the lid of Pacific Carriers
  • Maersk Supply Service job cuts

Listen to the episode now in the player above or the app of your choice below

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Links to stories featured in this episode:

Container lines outshine shippers in environmental standings

Maersk sees global container volumes slump of up to 4% this year

Boxships move cargo overland as Panama Canal faces water shortage crisis

Podcast: Chat about geopolitics and trade with Khalid Hashim from Precious Shipping

China takes lead over Greece in fleet gross tonnage

New carrier CStar Line operating fleet of 18 chartered vessels

Is Hapag-Lloyd in shape to bid for HMM?

PCL: 50 years of dry bulk shipping, growing in product tankers

Maersk Supply Service laying off 130 staff in restructuring

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