Year-long aggregates contract follows hard on heels of separate bitumen tanker coa
- NewLead confirms bitumen tanker acquisitions
- NewLead eyes expansion after settling with Ironridge
- Small-vessel owners spot a glimmer of pre-Christmas cheer
New York owner signals possible extra capital need aheadGenco hires advisors for Baltic Trading...
Despite weak spot rates, Japanese carrier lays plans to build up capesize fleetK Line credit rating upgraded on improved...
Dry bulk operator reverses a year-ago loss with $7.9m profitThoresen Shipping scores strong growth in its...
John Fredriksen dry bulk vehicle looks forward to consolidation opportunities post the merger with KnightsbridgeKnightsbridge returns to the black in 2014
Safe Bulkers urges market to follow its lead after Greek owner delays six newbuilds
Sulphur rules a headache for owners
Arrival of new sulphur emission regulations at the start of the year has been anything but simple
Figure includes $130m in write-offs applied to dry bulk business and for bunker hedges gone sour
- Pacific Basin issues profit warning after taking $132m in provisions
- Pacific Basin sells Australian tug business
- Behind Pacific Basin’s muted half year
Danish dry bulk operator admits to 'very difficult year' following 'misplaced optimism' at the start
Results driven by another excellent quarter by Ocean Rig, says Economou
Beijing takes step to remove three-year-old valemax ban
One-year extension and agreement for second drillship extends contract backlog by $187m
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