The dry bulk shipping market is projected to enjoy an uptick in charter rates on the back of a tightening demand-supply equilibrium, according to Uni-Asia Group, which saw its shipping business returned to profit in the first six months of this year.
Alternative investment firm Uni-Asia Holdings, which operates dry bulk vessels via Uni-Asia Shipping, has commenced an internal restructuring by a scheme of arrangement.
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.
Uni-Asia Holdings has informed that one of its bulk carriers had collided with a fishing boat in South Korean waters on 11 January, leading to the capsize of the fishing boat and death of the two boat crew.
Alternative investment firm Uni-Asia Holdings is looking to further enlarge its fleet of dry bulk carriers via joint investments, adding on to the current joint investment portfolio fleet of five ships.
Alternative investment firm Uni-Asia Holdings has established new joint ventures with its major shareholder Yamasa to acquire four new handysize bulker carriers.
Alternative investment firm Uni-Asia Holdings increased its charter income for the six months ended 30 June 2015 as it enlarged the fleet size.
Alternative investment firm Uni-Asia has set up a new wholly-owned subsidiary in South Korea to promote the company’s ship-related services in the East Asian country.