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Maran Dry moves for dual-fuel capesize bulk carriers

According to various reports, Maran Dry Management has taken control of two LNG dual-fueled newbuildings currently being built in China. The 190,000-dwt vessels are under...

Golden Energy Management orders suezmax tankers at DH Shipbuilding

Golden Energy Management has reportedly ordered the construction of two suezmax tankers at DH Shipbuilding, S. Korea. According to broker reports, the Restis-family firm has...

Korean Shipbuilders Focusing on Boosting Profitability

As in 2022, Korean shipbuilders are expected to receive many orders for high value-added ships this year. Expectations for an earnings improvement are rising...

Japan’s No. 2 shipbuilder to start making LNG-fueled vessels

Japan Marine United, the country’s second-largest shipbuilder, will start constructing vessels fueled by liquefied natural gas, considered a transitional technology as the industry aims...

S. Korea: Shipbuilding industry turns to robots to overcome shortage of workers

The domestic shipbuilding industry is introducing robots to cope with a shortage of workers and prevent safety accidents, according to industry officials, Tuesday. Daewoo Shipbuilding...

Grimaldi brings ammonia-ready car carrier tally to 15

Grimaldi Group has exercised an option for another five ammonia-ready pure car and truck carriers (PCTC), bringing the total number of vessels to 15. Specifically,...

China in Hot Pursuit of South Korea in LNG Carrier Market

China is rising fast in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier market, which is dominated by Korean shipbuilders. As dockyards of Korean shipbuilders are...

China shipyards feast on record LNG tanker orders as S.Korea builders are full up

China is making fast inroads in the market for newbuild liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers as local and foreign shipowners turn to its shipbuilders...

Korean Shipbuilders 2nd in Global Order Standings in November

Korean shipbuilders placed second behind China in the global ship order rankings in November. If this trend holds, there is a high possibility that...

Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard units’ unions to propose group wage talks

Labor unions of Hyundai Heavy Industries Group’s three shipbuilding subsidiaries have agreed to jointly negotiate for wage increases and other benefits with the management. The...

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Wartsila: A challenging year with strong annual growth

HIGHLIGHTS FROM OCTOBER–DECEMBER 2022 Order intake decreased by 24% to EUR 1,638 million (2,150)Service order intake increased by 6% to EUR 791 million (747)Net sales...

Hapag-Lloyd achieves extraordinarily strong result in its anniversary year 2022

On the basis of preliminary and unaudited figures, Hapag-Lloyd has concluded the 2022 financial year – in which it celebrated its 175th anniversary –...

Bahri sees profits soar in 2022

Saudi Arabia’s Bahri has seen its profits soar by over 400% in 2022 following a boom in tanker rates, boosting the shipping giant’s oil...

Euronav Files Second Arbitration Against Frontline

Euronav NV hereby informs its shareholders that on 28 January 2023 it has filed an application request for arbitration on the merits in relation...

Oaktree looking at block sale of existing shares in Hafnia Limited

OCM Luxembourg Chemical Tankers S.à r.l. which is ultimately controlled by funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management L.P. (the "Seller") has retained Fearnley Securities,...

Baltic index logs worst month in 3 years

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index registered its biggest monthly percentage fall in...

Baltic index snaps 9-day losing streak as panamax, supramax rates rise

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index snapped its nine-session losing streak on Tuesday,...

Cyprus shipping making waves – report

Cyprus shipping, the steady driver of the economy, is sailing for better times, having...

Baltic index hits fresh multi-year lows on capesize dip

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk...

Baltic index falls for seventh session on lower capesize demand

The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk...

Port of Long Beach Closes 2022 with Second-Busiest Year

The Port of Long Beach marked its second-busiest year on record by moving 9.13 million twenty-foot equivalent units in 2022, allowing for a return...

Hapag-Lloyd AG acquires share in J M Baxi Ports & Logistics Limited

Hapag-Lloyd AG signed a binding agreement today under which it will acquire 35% of J M Baxi Ports & Logistics Limited (JMBPL) from a...

Nigeria opens ‘game changer’ billion-dollar deep seaport

Nigeria opened a billion-dollar Chinese-built deep seaport in Lagos on Monday, which is expected to ease congestion at the country’s ports and help it...

SC Ports handles nearly 3 million TEUs in record 2022

South Carolina Ports had a record 2022 with the most containers ever handled at the Port of Charleston. SC Ports moved nearly 2.8 million TEUs...

January oil loadings from Russia’s Baltic ports set to jump 50% vs Dec

Urals and KEBCO crude oil loadings from Russia’s Baltic ports of Primorsk and Ust-Luga in January are set to rise by 50% from December...