Dry Cargo

Under the shadow of a likely trade war between US and China, the freight market showed lethargy with little activities and weaker derivatives.
A Singapore-based shipping business spin-off from Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed Grindrod has debuted on Nasdaq in the US.
Germany’s Schulte Group is expanding into maritime capital fund management, with the recent launching of Hanseatic Capital Management (HCM), where it is the anchor investor.
As the World Cup tournament was about to kick off at Luzhniki Stadium, Russia, the freight market seemed to be caught on with the ball watching and boasted little activity…
Scrubbers are seeing a sudden upturn in interest and the largest US-listed dry bulk shipowner Star Bulk Carriers is installing 24 exhaust gas cleaning units on some of its larger…
Indonesia has relented on planned cabotage rules for the international transport of certain key commodities, with local reports citing trade minister Enggartiasto Lukita as saying that his ministry had revoked…
When it comes complying with the IMO’s 2020 0.5% low sulphur regulation scrubbers have not received much good press, but a mix of anlaysts, researchers and classification society officials at…
Yangzijiang Shipbuilding is keeping up its steady pace of order building, taking in new orders for nine vessels worth a total of $578m in May alone.
The Liberian Registry has presented five of its Greek shipping partners with the Liberian Maritime Authority’s Commissioner’s Award for Excellence during celebrations in Athens to commemorate the 70th anniversary of…
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