Dispatches

Last year was one of contrasts for the ship finance sector as the once dominating German ship finance market continued to contract with few banks remaining committed to shipping, while…
It is little surprise to learn from scrubber manufacturer Yara Marine Technologies ceo Peter Strandberg that “business is fantastic” at the moment given the rush ahead of IMO 2020, but…
Why should seafarers be constantly put in harm’s way, from pirates, hostile officials in ports that nobody ought to visit, and now as collateral damage as the threat of war…
Sometimes, when it comes to listed shipping companies, private may be better than public and that may be the case for DryShips.
Like every other aspect of the shipping landscape, the role of “sell side” equity analysts covering the maritime industry is undergoing a major shift, notably with the discontinuation of coverage…
As shipowners start to grapple with CO2 emission targets for 2030, and then 2050, the role of LNG as a fuel marine very much comes into question.
The opening conference at Nor-Shipping sought to try and illuminate the disruption that shipping faces with opinions from both industry and non-industry voices. For the generally very practically minded shipping…
When it comes to Asia and ship management the cities of Hong Kong or Singapore are most likely to spring to mind, not Bangkok. However, the Thai capital is home…
The navigation systems on your vessel shutdown or malfunction at a critical time due to a cyber event and it crashes into the wharf leaving a huge gash in the…
The New York and global ship finance markets are in a “wait and see” mode was the message from Evercore Group md Yohan Minaya in a recent presentation.
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