Shipping Leaders Navigate Stormy Seas: Protectionism A Top Threat

  • Shipping industry leaders at the “Shaping the Future of Shipping Summit” in Montreal identified protectionism as a major threat to global trade.
  • Studies show it can hinder economic growth, and leaders urged governments to recognize its negative impact.
  • The summit also addressed seafarer recruitment, decarbonization, and the need for international collaboration for a resilient maritime future.

The global shipping industry convened in Montreal, Canada, this week for a critical summit focused on...

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Exploring The ‘New Normal’ In Container Shipping At Intermodal Asia 2024  

Ongoing global disruption continues to pose challenges to container shipping, but there is opportunity for parts of the market to be optimistic according to participants in the Navigating Red Sea Shipping During Instability discussion at Intermodal Asia 2024, which officially got underway today in Shanghai, China.

Conference programme

This eagerly anticipated talk, which is part of a three-day conference programme at Intermodal Asia 2024, provided attendees with an overview into how shipping...

https://mfame.guru/exploring-the-new-normal-in-container-shipping-at-intermodal-asia-2024/

The 18th Governing Council Meeting of The ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre

The 18th Governing Council Meeting of the ReCAAP Information Sharing
Centre (the Centre) was held from 12 to 15 March 2024 in Singapore, hosted by the
Singapore Government. The Council Meeting was attended by the
Governors/Governors’ Representatives of the 21 ReCAAP Contracting Parties (List
placed in Annex A).

About the event

The two-day Close Session meeting was conducted from 13-14
March 2024, while the Open Session, including the attendance of External Participants
from 15 Partner...

https://mfame.guru/the-18th-governing-council-meeting-of-the-recaap-information-sharing-centre/

Proman Stena Bulk Holds Naming Ceremony For Methanol Tankers

The two 49,900 DWT tankers were named at a ceremony held at Guangzhou Shipyard International Co Ltd (GSI) in China.

Naming ceremony

The naming ceremony for both vessels was attended by representatives from Proman, Stena Bulk and GSI, as well as from the local maritime community in southern China.

The decision to name the final two vessels at GSI recognises the shipyard’s pivotal role in the construction of the six joint venture methanol tankers.

Executing the newbuildings during this unique period...

https://mfame.guru/proman-stena-bulk-holds-naming-ceremony-for-methanol-tankers/

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