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Fednav overcomes uncertainty over steel tariffs to enjoy successful year in 2018

For Fednav, 2018 was quite a year with respect to steel imports considering tariffs imposed by the United States.

Iron ore imports slow down in last 2 months; prices may go up by 7-10%

Iron ore imports, which have been rising since the beginning of the financial year, have started declining in the last couple of months.

Peel Ports celebrates win at Mersey Maritime Awards

Peel Ports has received the ‘freight and logistics’ category prize at the Mersey Maritime Industry Awards in Liverpool.

Ship owners worry about clean fuel bill as ports ban ‘scrubbers’

More ports around the world are banning ships from using a fuel cleaning system that pumps waste water into the sea, one of the cheapest options for meeting new environmental shipping rules.

Australian coal still facing Chinese delay

Australian coal exports to China are still facing delays, with protectionism and environmental checks blamed for the slowdown.

Global coal supply could fall short of demand in coming years

Global thermal coal demand is expected to increase in the coming years, but whether supply will be there to meet it remains questionable...

Port of Rotterdam prepares for Brexit

Video: Brexit Programme Manager Mark Dijk discusses Brexit’s possible implications for the Port of Rotterdam and which measures are being taken in anticipation.

Brexit and foreign firms bring new jobs to Rotterdam

Last year, eleven British firms set up in Rotterdam in anticipation of Brexit. They represent nearly a third of the international firms that established a location in the port city last year, according to Rotterdam Partners.

Brexit fallout on UK finance intensifies

More than 275 financial firms are moving a combined $1.2 trillion in assets and funds and thousands of staff from Britain to the European Union in readiness for Brexit at a cost of up to $4 billion, a report from a think tank said on Monday.

Italy aims to sign preliminary Belt and Road deal with China

Italy is negotiating a preliminary deal to become a part of China’s giant “Belt and Road” infrastructure plan to boost trade, a government official said, in a move that could upset the United States.

Emerging markets will seek concessions from the UK in post-Brexit trade deals, new research from Ti reveals

Survey respondents appear to have a broadly pessimistic view on the UK’s negotiating position in post-Brexit trade negotiations.

EU set for trade talks with U.S. on March 6 amid concern over tariffs

The European Union’s top trade officials will update their U.S. counterparts this week on progress in obtaining a negotiating mandate for a EU-U.S. trade deal on industrial goods...

UK: Port regions should be prioritised in new Stronger Towns Fund

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has today announced details of a new £1.6bn Stronger Towns Fund to ‘boost growth’ in deprived regions after Brexit.

Brazil’s soybean exports projected to fall 14-18% in 2019

Brazil’s soybean exports are expected to come in 14-18% down on the year in 2019 due to lower production and reduced buying by China, industry reports showed.

China discourages Australian coal imports

In recent weeks, Australian coal cargoes have been facing increasing delays clearing customs at Chinese ports.

Greek shipowners agree to pay 75 million euros annually to state

Greek shipowners will pay at least 75 million euros ($85.37 million) annually to the state budget, the prime minister’s office said on Wednesday, under a deal that replaces a previous voluntary arrangement.

ING and EIB provide €110m for Spliethoff’s Green Shipping investments

For the retrofitting of 42 vessels of its fleet with exhaust gas cleaning systems and ballast water management systems.

‘The global economy may have bottomed out already’

The global economy may have already bottomed out, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Economist Jan Hatzius.

British ports resilient but still wary of ‘no-deal’ impacts

Resilience planning is under way and UK ports have been working constructively with the Government to explore ways to mitigate the possible cross border issues that might arise

Commodity markets on edge as India, Pakistan tensions rise

Any escalation of conflict between India and Pakistan may impact currency, gold and shipping markets in the region, but other commodities are unlikely to see any immediate direct impact unless...

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