Dry Cargo

PL Shipping linked to handy purchase
Despite the falling charter market & the increasing ships’ values, buying interest remains strong, Lion Shipbrokers report. Most notably, having being inspected by almost 15 buyers (half of them Greeks), Japanese controlled grab fitted handymax NIKKEI PHOENIX went to Greek buyers (hearing clients of PL Shipping) for the level of $16mln.

Pac Basin confirms supramax bulker purchase

Pacific Basin Shipping has confirmed the purchase of a supramax bulker. Hong Kong-listed Pac Basin says it has paid $22m for the V1 vessel. Pac Basin explains the value of the latest deal did not require a stock exchange disclosure.
Third Shipping Deal in Six Months for Talis Capital
Talis Capital recently advised on its latest shipping transaction - the acquisition of a 12,200dwt 2011 built general cargo vessel. This vessel will be operated in the Black, Mediterranean and Azov sea region, alongside the existing fleet advised by Talis Capital.
Fearnleys Weekly: Bulker orders growing strong

The market remains very active, in particular for bulkers of most sizes. Interesting to note is Lauritzen's return to the newbuilding market, placing orders for ultramax both at Imabari, Japan, and at Dacks (Cosco Dalian), China. Scorpio increased their number of VLCCs at Hyundai by two more units and also went to Hanjin for two vessels to be built at their Subic facility in the Philippines. When delivered, these will be the first VLCCs to be built at Hanjin Subic.
China’s Coking Coal Imports: Blasting Ahead
In 2013, global seaborne coking coal trade grew firmly, and is estimated to have expanded 13% y-o-y to 266mt, following a 5% contraction in 2011 and a 6% recovery in 2012.
Marmaras, Transmed & Eletson make moves in secondhand market

Greece’s Marmaras has acquired bulk carrier “JINHAI J0021” for a reported USD 46.5 million, according to brokers. Transmed, has also opted for secondhand bulkers. “QINGDAO BEIHAI BC180-30” and “QINGDAO BEIHAI BC180-26” were snapped up en bloc by the Greek owner for a reported USD 96 million. In the tanker segment, Eletson Cooperation acquired “ANNA VICTORIA” for USD 22 million. Tanker vessels “NOEMI” and “SENATORE” went to Eletson en bloc for a reported USD 44 million, brokers report.

Navios Partners Takes Delivery of One Panamax Vessel
Navios Maritime Partners L.P. ("Navios Partners") (NYSE: NMM) an owner and operator of dry cargo vessels, announced today that the Navios Sun, a 2005-built panamax vessel of 76,619 dwt, was delivered to Navios Partners' owned fleet on January 17, 2014.
Bulkers and tankers take lion's share of S&P activity
Sale & Purchase activity is 15% up from last week of December and 53% up year-on-year, Golden Destiny reports in its W01 S&P market analysis. Bulkers and tankers held the lion's share. The highest invested capital is reported in the tanker segment...

Capesizes a popular choice for Greek buyers
The drop of the BDI stopped mid-week and started going north again, solely driven by the cape index, making Capesizes a popular choice for buyers out there (especially Greeks), the latest market report by Lion Shipbrokers highlights.
The Terrible Bulk Twins – They're At It Again
Tankers and bulkers; love them or hate them, you can't really escape them in shipping. They are the bedrock of independent shipowners’ business. Of course there are plenty of specialist vessels, but it's the two big bulk fleets which inevitably catch the attention of speculative investors...

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