Dry Cargo

All of a sudden, there are deals in the air. The mood at the at last week's Marine Money 2018 conference, held over a span of three days, in New…
Vietnam’s Prime Minister has approved a privatisation plan of Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines), report Vietnamese media.
The brewing trade war between the US and China is seen having varied effects on different parts of the shipping industry. While much will depend on if and when the…
Pacific Basin Shipping continues its prudent financial management after closing a $325m seven-year reducing revolving credit facility secured over 50 of the company’s owned ships.
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…
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