Hong Kong 'should not be worried' about vessels diverting to competing ports, says Holman Fenwick Willan partner.
Market fundamentals mean growth of practice inevitable.
Skou and other Maersk Line executives had the opportunity to see the construction site of the new locks in the Atlantic side.
Decision was made on the back of lower bunker fuel prices at the port of Vladivostok.
To ensure they meet 'stringent safety, environmental, operational and compliance standards' required by the USCG.
New ULCV orders could have negative impact on ocean freight rates.
Analysts paint bleak picture for some container carriers.
Slow steaming is the reason for Maersk beating its targets on CO2 emissions.
Risk of ship's fuel being tested so far tiny and temptation to not comply will grow in 2015.
Shipping industry speakers at 'Fuelling the Future' conference expect to use MGO to comply in ECAs in 2015.