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We are told, mainly by people with an axe to grind on climate change, that the world’s weather is getting more violent. And on cue, violent weather events seem to…
Dry bulk ship operators are calling for the wider vetting of the shipping industry with the focus on stakeholders, including charterers, port terminal operators and port state control.
Under the weight of coping with a tsunami of regulations, more dry cargo ship owners are turning to Intercargo in record numbers for support.
A welcome sense of optimism on the future of shipping infused the opening day of the 15th biennial Maritime Cyprus conference taking place in Limassol this week, a line-up of…
Singapore is seeking to become a debt restructuring centre alongside New York and London with changes to its Scheme of Arrangement system to make it closer to US Chapter 11…
With some major shipping markets seeming to have passed worst the question of what opportunities there were for financiers and investors were in focus at the Capital Link New York…
With a “perfect storm” in the newbuilding market global shipbuilding capacity is set to decline by 20 – 30% by the end of the decade according to Clarksons Platou.
Panama hosted Monday of the IMO World Maritime Day Parallel Event which was attended by Panama’s President Juan Carlos Varela and the IMO secretary-ceneral Kitack Lim.
The tanker market is seeing the “full realistion” of oversupply the ABSA Cargo Conference was told last week, but changing trading patterns were also starting to emerge.
The daily grind of fighting for survival in a seriously oversupplied offshore workboat market was clearly evident amongst operators and service providers exhibiting on the floor of Seatrade Offshore Marine…
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