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Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades has called on the country’s shipowners and shipmanagers to add their weight to efforts by the government to further strengthen the island’s position in the shipping…
Though the rate of growth of the world fleet has slowed over the past seven years it is still considerable, and is often the case when something to do with…
The continued languishing in the offshore oil markets, as marker crude prices struggled to hold at $50 per barrel, took their toll on two well known US players, both with…
Liquidity problems for shipbuilders and shipowners have played into the hands of the cash rich says Seasure Shipbroking's VesselsValue (VV) platform and has resulted in a flurry of orders this…
What is the worst thing that can possibly happen to you in your profession? How have you prepared for this eventuality, both technically and psychologically, so that you don’t go…
The sharing of data will be the big revolution that will change the logistics and container shipping industry in the future. However industry players have different views on whether it…
China’s financial leasing institutions are stepping up their game in shipping becoming more flexible and competitive in their deal terms compared to traditional bank lendings, according to Western shipowners.
Swirling waters have erupted at the confluence of the protectionist Jones Act, the offshore drilling sector, and the mainstream financial media. Add a dash of industry participants trying to divine…
Athens is looking forward to an immediate increase in Chinese direct investments in Greece and attributes great significance to the contacts to be made in Beijing during the Belt and…
For Pacific International Lines (PIL) 2017 is a significant year marking the 50th year in operation of the Singapore-owned and headquartered shipowner. Established on 16 March 1967 with four coastal…
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