Dry Cargo

Japanese shipowner K Line is installing as an Airseas kite on the front of one its bulk carriers with an aim of 20% reduction in CO2 emissions, and could install…
The opening conference at Nor-Shipping sought to try and illuminate the disruption that shipping faces with opinions from both industry and non-industry voices. For the generally very practically minded shipping…
Denmark’s J. Lauritzen has removed 15 bulk carriers from its fleet amid a weak shipping market marked by low freight rates across all dry bulk vessel sizes.
Jinhui Shipping and Transportation (Jinhui Shipping) has terminated a deal to purchase a supramax bulk carrier from Greece’s Chartworld Shipping Corporation due to late delivery by the Greek shipowner.
The last few years have been a “difficult period” for Norwegian shipowners, especially since the oil price collapse that began in 2014, admitted Harald Solberg, ceo of the Norwegian Shipowners’…
Baltic Dry Index (BDI) formed a new norm of staying above 1,000 points and even extended its gains toward the 1,100 mark this week.
When it comes to Asia and ship management the cities of Hong Kong or Singapore are most likely to spring to mind, not Bangkok. However, the Thai capital is home…
The demise of the paper Bill of Lading (B/L) has been long talked about and may finally becoming a reality as G2 Ocean and Manuchar complete a successful trial pilot…
Oldendorff Carriers is making the switch to LED lights on board all the vessels on its fleet, which are up to 80% more efficient.
Star Bulk Carriers is continuing to expand acquiring the fleet of 11 vessels owned by Delphin Shipping LLC for $139.5m in a cash and equity deal.
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