Crude tanker owner also believes converting dry newbuilding orders to wet will happen, but not be overly significant
- DHT boosts bottom line through bigger fleet and sturdier tanker earning power
- VLCC daily spot earnings stay in $80,000s range for ninth straight day
- VLCC earnings to stay steady as January loading programme ends
South Korean shipbuilder suffers from offshore shipbuilding woesSamsung Heavy Industries reports a 12% drop...
Braemar ACM Shipbroking reveals that shipowners spent $10.6bn on vessel orders last...Evergreen joins elite group with 18,000 teu...
Company reporting now excludes two-stroke operations but could benefit from...Wärtsilä two-stroke business changes name to...
MOL and NYK order 177,000 cu m ships at MHI for trading house’s shipping requirementMitsui & Co unveils $3.7bn charter deals for five LNG carriers
Figures from VesselsValue show how South Korea and China have edged up the value chain
Week on Wall Street | January 23
First Euronav, then Tankships — crude tankers are commanding attention
Update: Taiwanese line confirms plans to acquire 11 ultra large boxships through time charter deal with Shoei Kisen Kaisha
- Containership capacities smash 20,000 teu barrier on design tweaks
- Evergreen unveils 18,000 teu charter plans
- Maersk and Evergreen bosses urge lines to stick with slow steaming
The use of air to lift heavy weights has become an important tool in the hands of the heavylift sector
No truth to recent reports that Greek owner has ordered six giants at Samsung
Earnings stay in the $80,000s per day for Middle East Gulf to Asia spot voyages
Anecdotal evidence has emerged of a slew of potential orders for building new oil tankers./ll/images/pollbar.png;jsessionid=D011AD588E7F06559CE3BF828B32082F
632 (-34) Baltic Dry Index
Piraeus decision a setback to China’s seaborne Silk Road
Move to halt sale of port stake to Cosco challenges Chinese ambition
Atkinson on oil
Where are oil prices heading and have we hit the bottom yet?
This one could run and run
The MSC Oscar story marches on, but a report on Cosco's newbuilding plans scores most with readers