In this episode find out about:
- What is the greatest cause of loss of life in the dry bulk shipping industry.
- How shipping markets performed in the first six months of 2022.
- Learn about the hunt for cheap methanol.
- Get the low down on HMM’s expansion plans.
- Falling prices of containers due to an oversupply.
- Why there won’t be a peak season for container shipping.
- How US port congestion has switched from the West Coast to the East Coast.
- The threat of a strike at the Port of Felixstowe.
- New demurrage and detention rules in the US.
- The end of paper charts for navigation.
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Links to stories discussed in this episode
- Clarkson – ‘exceptional half year’
- Cargo liquefaction top cause of loss of life in dry bulk shipping
- European and Japanese researchers hunt for cheaper green methanol
- HMM to invest $7.64 billion in ships, terminals and logistics
- 6m teu oversupply of containers after ‘panic’ ordering
- Peak season? What peak season?
- Congestion shifts to US East Coast ports
- Staff strike set to hit Felixstowe in August
- New US Demurrage and Detention rules – what you need to know
- UK Hydrographic Office bidding farewell to paper charts
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