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James Baker

Container Shipping Editor

London

James has been working as a business journalist for more than 25 years in his native New Zealand and the UK which he now calls home.

He is currently Container Shipping Editor for Lloyd’s List, covering container carriers, terminals, shippers and regulation, having been a specialist reporter and editor for Informa during the past two decades.

Outside of containerships, James also has an interest in smaller vessels, and is a member of the Wafi Yacht Club.

 

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The European Union will launch its new five-year legislative programme this year. Container line shipping is already getting its policy requests in

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Rotterdam sees slow growth on Red Sea disruption

Schedule disruption slowed growth in Rotterdam during the first quarter. But March saw a return to form and a boost from Mediterranean transhipment

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World Shipping Council appoints new president

Container shipping’s trade association sees a changing of the guard as Joe Kramek is appointed to the top job

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Pandemic’s lost economic growth hit box volumes

Before the pandemic container volumes still grew at a higher rate than global GDP. Since then the GDP multiplier has dipped to just 0.14, indicating little growth to come

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Antwerp-Bruges box volumes show signs of recovery

Economic conditions in Europe remain weak, with muted growth prospects. But Belgium’s port complex is seeing a great share on container volumes

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