Dry Cargo

Digitalisation, now permeating all aspects of shipping, was central to almost every discussion and panel over Shipping Insight’s three-day span at its 2018 conference in Stamford, Connecticut in US last…
Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has confirmed a decision to equip 80 of its operated bulk carriers on a trial basis with a new energy-saving analysis service developed by Helsinki-based software…
Dry bulk vessels fitted with scrubbers will command a significant premium when the 0.5% sulphur cap comes into force on 1 January 2020, believes Maritime Strategies International (MSI) analyst Will…
Scorpio Group’s massive about turn on scrubbers to order 146 exhaust gas cleaning units for its tanker and bulker fleets is a “commercial opportunity to burn cheap fuel”, according to…
Scorpio has confirmed it is fitting 146 scrubbers across vessels in its dry bulk and tanker fleets to comply with the 1 January 2020 IMO global sulphur cap.
Last week in shipping scrubbers, and whether they are a good investment continued to be a dominate topic, while kidnapping of seafarers in the southern Philippines remained a real threat.
The availability of capital, both equity and debt, is a perennial discussion and has two particular areas of focus at present - for consolidation and green loans for retrofits to…
After a week-long National Day holiday, the return of the Chinese trade participants failed to rekindle the freight market.
New York-listed dry bulk shipowner Star Bulk Carriers has secured $70m in green loan financing for its scrubber retrofits as part of a $310m loan agreement.
The IMO 2020 clock is ticking - as 1 January 2020 looms closer, now little more than one year away, interest in scrubbers seems to have surged. Most notably, a…
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