Unconfirmed report comes amid fears ‘window’ may have closed for now
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- Investor interest in shipping cools as smaller operators flood the US market
Owner of 38 bulkers will continue renewing fleet but ‘not in a hurry’ to sellSafe Bulkers wins $32m arbitration award for...
Low rates are expected to persist through the next weekShipbuilding prices forecast to remain flat...
Dry bulk firm leaves revenue days uncovered anticipating improved spot marketCapesize market stable as Australia-China...
Panamax to join nine-strong specialist fleet in second quarterGolden Ocean profits rise
Struggling dry bulk operator sought to offload small savings bank
Revised port rules retain Beijing’s valemax ban
Changes will disappoint Vale and Chinese terminals that have invested in new capacity
"Free to read: Shipping’s Letter from America " Alexander MacInnes
Prices drop as steelmaking material floods the market, spurring trade and need for tonnage
- Will China capesize demand hold?
- K Line forecasts a capesize-led dry bulk recovery through 2014-2015
- Capesize market stable as Australia-China demand holds
Energy investor-backed dry bulk specialist will use the funds to add five newbuildings
Owner orders two kamsarmaxes and buys first post-panamax for Euromar joint venture
World’s largest buyer has shipped out 880,000 tonnes since July
Chilean line is the target for the first charges filed by antitrust agency in shipping probe
Does the new flurry of orders mean that VLCC may soon stand for Very Large Crisis Coming?/ll/images/pollbar.png;jsessionid=5D6D8628E8E816378B45F593BAEE8934
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CMES confirms a new batch of bulkers and LNG newbuildings
State carrier keen for new investment despite $363m loss last year
Scorpio Bulkers charters in five dry bulk carriers
Prices range from $13,250 per day to $16,000 per day
Goldenport reduces loss in 2013 as dry bulk optimism rises
London-listed owner eyes bulkers but says containership recovery ‘unpredictable’