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Clarksons has reported a GBP6.2m ($9.7m) profit for the first six months of 2015, its first half-year result since acquiring RS Platou.

Dutch conglomerate Pon Holdings and private equity firm Parcom Capital have announced their takeover of Imtech Marine.

Maersk Group has held its forecast of a $4bn underlying profit for 2015, despite oil price turbulence and falling container rates affecting its businesses.

Western Bulk has reported a $10.4m profit for the second quarter, but a $7.4m loss when adjusted for unrealised gains on FFAs, and hedging of currency and bunkers.

Scorpio Tankers has purchased 1,716,155 of its shares on the open market so far in August, at an average price of $10.48 per share.

Norden has announced its most profitable quarter since 2011 as tanker rates stayed strong and its dry bulk fleet outperformed the market.

Torm has reported a $200,000 loss for the second quarter as improved tanker earnings balanced high financing costs, amortisation and depreciation.

Norden has announced it is reducing its executive management team from five staff to three, with immediate effect.

Aker Philadelphia Shipyard has taken a step towards its goal of exiting shipowning as its subsidiary Philly Tankers has agreed to sell four product tanker newbuilding contracts.

Nordic American Tankers (NAT) has reported a $30.9m profit for the second quarter, reversing a $16.5m loss in the same period last year.

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