Tanker sells more cheaply than Japan or South Korea-built tonnage for $14.5m
- Tanker Investments’ $46m aframax buy highlights secondhand price hike
- VLCCs wanted as tonne miles are expected to rise
- DS Victory sale for $33.6m highlights firm secondhand VLCC prices
Demolition rates in the Indian subcontinent beat Chinese offers despite volatile...Demolition buyers bullish despite India’s...
Investment comes amid brighter prospects for aframax crude tankersEastern Pacific Shipping books up to four LPG...
Maersk Tankers buys four VLCCs that it bareboat charters, then sells them to EuronavEuronav raises $125m
Funds will part-finance four secondhand VLCCs bought yesterdayEuronav grabs four VLCCs for $342m
Taps private placement equity for $100m as it goes for ‘four of the best’ from the secondhand market
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The Week on Wall Street | September 26
Math in a vacuum in the box line market, as the dry recovery looks all wet