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China container shipping leasing rates go 2.5X in May, container prices rise by 88%

China’s container market is witnessing a 2.5x surge in container leasing rates since the beginning of May, and the average container prices, some report, have risen by 88% in the last two months (April-May). In this latest China market update, we try to deep dive into the possible reasons for this surge and identify trends that impact this highly volatile container shipping market in China currently, China – US rates and impact of US tariffs on China’s container shipping rates. Source: Container xChange

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Port disruptions & other long term impacts of the Red Sea crisis

In response to the escalating crisis in the Red Sea, ships have been forced to seek alternative pathways, notably the extended route around the Cape of Good Hope. This strategic detour has led to a significant elongation of travel distances and times, as well as increased fuel consumption, including from ships traveling at higher speeds to maintain schedules. The impact on regional supply chains has been profound, with the trade diversion causing a sharp uptick in the monthly distance traveled by vessels that once frequented the Red Sea.

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Shipping safety: vessel losses down by 33 percent

This review shows just 26 total losses of vessels (over 100 gross tonnage [GT]) during 2023, compared with 41 a year earlier, down by more than a third. Annual shipping losses have declined by 70% over the past decade (89 in 2014). South China, Indochina, Indonesia, and the Philippines is the main loss hotspot globally, both over the past year and decade, accounting for almost of third of all losses at sea in 2023. A huge volume of imports and exports flows through the region, resulting in high levels of shipping traffic, which is reflected in the number of incidents.

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Carbon capture and storage on board ships

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies can be a promising solution to contribute to the CO2 emissions mitigation from shipping. With the marinization of CCS technologies underway, a diverse array of technological options is emerging, each with unique opportunities and challenges. This new report provides a high-level overview of the key elements of the CCUS value chain and examines the state of play for CCS on board ships. It delves into the technological principles, regulatory considerations, and key challenges associated with integrating CCS technologies on board ships. Source: Bureau Veritas

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Digital waves: transforming vessels into floating offices and remote homes

As the global shift to digitalisation accelerates, ships increasingly function as floating offices. Many ship owners and operators have already embraced satellite communications as a vital link between ship and shore, propelling a surge of smart technologies that can enhance the safety, cost-efficiency and environmental performance of today’s vessels. Source: Inmarsat

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Section 301 Investigation: China’s maritime, shipbuilding, and logistics policies

On April 17, 2024, the Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced that it had initiated a new investigation pursuant to Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974. This investigation focuses on the acts, policies, and practices of the People’s Republic of China (PRC or China) that USTR says seek to establish global dominance in the maritime, logistics, and shipbuilding sectors. USTR’s announcement follows its review, in consultation with the interagency Section 301 Committee, of a petition filed in March 2024 by labor unions requesting a Section 301 investigation.

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