Lion Shipbrokers' Market report 23 September 2016

Lion Shipbrokers' Second hand and Demolition Market report 23 September 2016

Lion Shipbrokers' Market report 16 September 2016

Lion Shipbrokers' Second hand and Demolition Market report 16 September 2016

Boxes may languish, but seaborne perishable reefer trade is booming

THE seaborne perishable reefer trade increased in 2015 and is expected to grow again this year, rising 2.5 per cent a year until it hits 120 million tonnes in 2020, according to Drewry's Reefer Shipping Market Review and Forecast.

Evergreen docks 8,500-TEUer at Port of Wilmington, North Carolina

WILMINGTON, North Carolina, is welcoming a steady stream of big postpanamax vessels since the widened Panama Canal opened in June.

Maersk Asia chief sees 2-4pc growth next year, cheers idle fleet growth

MAERSK Line expects global container demand to grow two to four per cent next year, its Asia Pacific chief Robbert Van Trooijen, told the recent Global Liner Shipping Conference in Singapore.

PANYNJ and US Army Corps complete New York Harbour dredging

PANYNJ and the corps sought to deepen the Ambrose Channel, Anchorage Channel, Port Jersey Channel, Kill Van Kull, Arthur Kill and Newark Bay. 

Maersk abandons mega ship ordering to focus on liner acquisitions

AP Moeller-Maersk has revealed plans to stop ordering new containerships and instead turn its attention to acquiring shipping lines.

Rickmers Trust faces bankruptcy if restructuring cannot be achieved

SINGAPORE's Rickmers Trust Management, the trustee-manager of Rickmers Maritime, hopes to avoid bankruptcy through a debt conversion scheme




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