Dry Cargo

Indonesia has relented on planned cabotage rules for the international transport of certain key commodities, with local reports citing trade minister Enggartiasto Lukita as saying that his ministry had revoked…
When it comes complying with the IMO’s 2020 0.5% low sulphur regulation scrubbers have not received much good press, but a mix of anlaysts, researchers and classification society officials at…
Yangzijiang Shipbuilding is keeping up its steady pace of order building, taking in new orders for nine vessels worth a total of $578m in May alone.
The Liberian Registry has presented five of its Greek shipping partners with the Liberian Maritime Authority’s Commissioner’s Award for Excellence during celebrations in Athens to commemorate the 70th anniversary of…
John Angelicoussis tops Greek shipowners both in terms of value and tonnage of the fleet owned.
The number of Greek shipowners controlling fleets of over 1m dwt, or “tonne millionaires” increased to 72 this year, up three from 2017, according to the 31st annual survey of…
Shipping is definitely on its way out of the recession but there is still some way to go. This was one of Martin Stopford’s key messages as he spoke to…
Wärtsilä unit Eniram has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Athens-based Arista Shipping to participate in the Arista-led Project Forward initiative, which will involve assisting in the development of…
The Capesize market was hard hit after force majeure was being declared in Guinea this week. The declaration had increased the supply of vessels across the Asia-Pacific and Atlantic basins,…
Pacific Basin Shipping has bought four vessels for a total of $88.5m in another share and cash deal.
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