The Baltic Exchange has outlined changes to its indices reflecting the growth in sizes of vessels.

First Ship Lease Trust’s (FSL Trust) auditors Moore Stephens have flagged going concern issues in relation to its 2016 financial statements.

Beleaguered Singapore shipping trust Rickmers Maritime has until 15 April to present a revised restructuring plan to its main financier HSH Nordbank.

Embattled Ezra Holdings operating unit EMAS Offshore has been suspended from trading on both the Singapore Exchange and Oslo Bors.

Rickmers Maritime auditors warn of another $360m of impairments against the value of its fleet if it liquidates as the Singapore shipping trust fights for survival.

Alternative investment firm Uni-Asia Holdings, which operates dry bulk vessels via shipowning arm Uni-Asia Shipping, has proposed an internal restructure by way of a scheme of arrangement.

The new year has begun in great optimism and rolling on the positive mood of the previous year. The larger vessel classes are expected to lead the charge as the freight market heads towards recovery- with players hoping this is a new beginning rather than another false dawn.

Singapore-listed Cosco Corp (Singapore) looks set for a lengthy suspension from trading as it awaits the results of the restructuring of China Cosco Shipping’s shipyard business.

IMC Shipping has become the first new member of the Baltic Exchange since it was taken over by Singapore Exchange (SGX).

Last Friday in a swansong, before the sale of the Baltic Exchange to the Singapore Exchange (SGX) was finalised today, outgoing chief executive Jeremy Penn made a speech defending the deal that sees the sale of one of shipping’s oldest institutions moving from London to Asia.

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