Industry Sectors:Dry Cargo

Dry Cargo

Capital Link’s 2017 Shipping Conference, now in its 11th year, drew a standing-room only crowd, with financial industry participants greatly outnumbering shipping people.
Germany’s Oldendorff Carriers is converting an 11-year-old bulker into a transloader at China’s Chengxi Shipyard for transhipment operations in the Arabian Gulf.
New carrier Djibouti Shipping Lines (DSL) plans to launch a container shuttle service in April connecting Djibouti to Berbera (Somaliland), according to Alphaliner. 
With less than three years away from the IMO Marpol Annex VI global 0.5% fuel sulphur rule, shipowners and operators are increasingly pressed for time to decide on which option…
2017 for shipping will be a year of retrenchment rather than improvement, according to what most respondents believed in a regular survey conducted by Moore Stephens, with shipping confidence holding…
Close to nine months after the inauguration of the expanded Panama Canal the 1,000th neo-panamax vessel has transited the waterway.
The Greek shipping community has long slammed the Athens government for not taking advantage of the potential the maritime industry offers to the struggling Greek economy and the latest overview…
Riding high on wave of market optimism, freight rates have entered an upwards phase as result of seasonally high demand for steel and iron ore in China. The bullish market…
Golden Ocean Group has entered into agreements to purchase all 14 dry bulk carriers owned by Quintana Shipping under an all-share transaction.
Amsterdam-based shipping firm Spliethoff has booked six 18,000-dwt ice-class multipurpose vessels at China’s Zhejiang Ouhua Shipbuilding.
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