Dry Cargo

The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) started last week on a firmer footing despite the trade tensions between US, China and Turkey that waned investors’ confidence.
Hong Kong-focused sale and leaseback deals continue to move with Watson Farley & Williams (WFW) advising on CMB Financial Leasing’s (CMBFL) $180.4m transaction with Nasdaq-listed Star Bulk Carriers for its…
Jinhui Holdings is still paring its fleet as it sees continued uncertainty and market volatility, divesting a 2003-built 52,961 dwt supramax for $8.7m and making a net book gain of…
The freight market seems rosy this week with the Baltic Dry Index (BDI) surging toward a multi-year high.
Many things have changed since 1973, when the 1st edition of “The Business of Shipping” was published by the Cornell Maritime Press (now part of Schiffer Publishing). The 9th edition…
Tsuneishi Shipbuilding is launching a new version of its kamsarmax bulker design with higher environmental and efficiency performance.
With an improving supply-demand outlook, Pacific Basin Shipping sees better conditions ahead in the dry bulk market despite looming trade tensions.
The judging panel for this year’s prestigious Seatrade Maritime Awards Middle East, Indian Subcontinent & Africa has been unveiled – adding even more gravitas to the high level awards, which…
Scorpio Bulkers says the jury is still out fitting scrubbers to mid-sized bulk carriers such as ultramaxes to meet the IMO’s 2020 0.5% sulphur cap for marine fuel.
After the final whistle was blown on the World Cup tournament, the Capesize market seemed to morph into an on-form goal scorer with sights set to cross the $25,000-mark in…
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