Dispatches

March has heralded something of a spring for Greece and its encumbered economy and as has often been the case in the recent past, the port of Piraeus and Hong…
OK, so the ports sector is not necessarily going to welcome all new environmental regulation from Europe with open arms – but surely ports can at least draw comfort from…
MR product tankers continue to lead the way in an otherwise dire tanker market. Some Atlantic rates may have slackened slightly but Baltic/UKC and UKC/UKC MR earnings last week were…
The rivalry between Hong Kong and Singapore as business hubs is a longstanding one and not just in shipping and maritime, but also areas such as financial services.  
Among maritime heroes in New York, Gordon Loebl, the US Coast Guard’s Captain of the Port, stands out. Captain Loebl oversaw successful efforts that enabled the port in New York…
Though some brand legislation now set to start moving through the Greek parliament as a “game changer” for not only the country’s shipping sector, but for the country as a…
To the ever-growing list of acronyms related to carbon emissions reduction – think GHG, MBM, UNFCCC, CBDR and so on – add MRV, standing for Measuring (or Monitoring), Reporting and…
VLCCs losing $20,000 a day going west and MR product carriers earning upwards of $20,000 a day on some routes - welcome to the topsy-turvey tanker market!
Welcome to Seatrade Global. At Seatrade we spend a lot of time out in the market talking to our clients and contacts so we can deliver the events and editorial…
Chapter 15, Chapter 11, multiple jurisdictions, restructuring, stress, distress…..they were all discussed at the joint conference of the Hellenic American and Norwegian American Chambers of Commerce, who cooperate every February…
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