Dry Cargo

The global availability of safe compliant bunker fuels remains a key question largely unanswered with less than six months away from the IMO 2020 regulation, Intercargo said as it raises…
Safe Bulkers has completed the installation of its first scrubber on a post-panamax vessel, following up on its previously announced plan to retrofit scrubbers on close to half of its…
Australia’s BHP is introducing low emissions freight as it is calling a tender for the world’s first LNG-powered bulk carrier to transport up to 27m tonnes of iron ore.
The Baltic Dry Index (BDI) reached a five and half year high on Thursday at a reading of 1,816, up 2.19% on-day.
The US China trade war that began almost a year ago, is taking its toll as illustrated by revenues from the Panama Canal. 
NYK Line has approached compatriot Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) to construct a next-generation, scrubber-fitted bulk carrier on the back of a long term charter contract with JFE Steel Corporation.
Lauritzen Bulkers will open a new office in Dubai, UAE in August this year as it seeks to tap on the anticipated growth of the Middle East region.
2020 Bulkers is set for its first day trading on Norway’s Oslo Axess on Friday following an approval by the Oslo Stock Exchange for the listing.
China’s north port company, Qinhuangdao Port is to set up a joint venture with a number of coal, port and shipping industry players to improve coal transport and supply chain.
The global shipping market still has “a way to go” before it can claim a well-grounded recovery even though supply growth is in check and trade growth is positive, according…
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