IHSMaritime360 weekly – news, video and insight 26 November 2014

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World’s biggest box ship unveiled
World's biggest box ship unveiled

CSCL Globe, the world’s largest container ship, was named this week at Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in a ceremony attended by dignitaries and 150 other guests. The 183, 800dwt vessel is the first….
Analysis: Trends emerge from 30 years of piracy reporting
Trends emerge from 30 years of piracy reporting
A deadly shoot-out in late September, which saw five people die in a dispute over their entitlement to the ransom paid for German-American journalist Michael Scott Moore, shows just how fractious the situation has become in Somalia. 
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Analysis: Box ship demand stable despite bunker price slump
Box ship demand stable despite bunker price slump
Liner operators are so far keeping loops at reduced vessel speeds despite bunker price drops, reports Michael Hollmann.
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Analysis – Haiti’s twin gateways
Not one but two new container terminals are under construction in perennially impoverished Haiti, reports Greg Miller. 
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