How EEXI and CII will impact the S&P market

Decarbonisation programmes set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), shipping’s regulatory body, will be one of the most difficult tasks for the industry in the coming years. This starts with the implementation of the EEXI, and CII criteria, all of which aim to reduce carbon intensity and will impact prices of the existing fleet. The first phase begins in January 2023. Read more in Splash Extra

How EEXI and CII will impact the S&P market

New figures suggest shipping rates may have passed their peak – but supply chain crisis to continue

Shipping rates from China to the US have “finally slumped” with spot rates halved on some routes due to power cuts and Covid-19 outbreaks in China, according to an industry report. Read more in The Institute of Export Trade News

New figures suggest shipping rates may have passed their peak – but supply chain crisis to continue

How supply chain chaos and sky-high costs could last until 2023

Supply chain woes and port congestion are now getting attention at the central-bank level, given their effects on inflation. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell recently lamented, “It is frustrating to see the bottlenecks and supply chain problems not getting better. In fact … [they are] apparently getting worse.” Read more in Freight Waves

How supply chain chaos and sky-high costs could last until 2023

Regulation and market measures combine to reshape the shipping market- Foresight July 2021

As decarbonisation efforts, global regulation, along with the Poseidon Principles gather momentum after what has been a volatile year, even by the shipping industry’s standards, MSI thought it pertinent to publish some analysis looking at what we might achieve in the near-term.

Regulation and market measures combine to reshape the shipping market- Foresight July 2021