- Capesize Index back in bullish territory, and will remain so above USD 20,427
- Looking Inside Fleet Development: The Boxship Product Mix
- Baltic index snaps 12-session rally on lower rates for bigger vessels
- Foss Hired to Remove Grounded Fishing Vessel Off Waikiki
- Containership Receives a Special Welcome
- MAIB report on grounding raises worrying questions about ECDIS
- Schulte Marine Concept wins first cruise ship contract
- U.K. shipyard delivers harbor workboat to Svitzer
- Wärtsilä inks eight ship maintenance agreement with GasLog LNG
- Wilson Sons delivers second tug in Damen ASD 2411 quartet
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- Japan’s LNG imports hit 16-month low in September
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Strike grounds SeaFrance service
Seafrance ferry services between Calais and Dover were at a standstill today as seafarers staged a one-day strike.
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Capesize Index back in bullish territory, and will remain so above USD 20,427Weekly stochastic in overbought territory Daily stochastic at 99 The lower high and lower low last week pointed at a weakening technical for the Capesize index.
Looking Inside Fleet Development: The Boxship Product MixFollowing more than a decade of sustained steady growth, the volume of capacity within the containership fleet has remained somewhat more controlled over the last two years.
Baltic index snaps 12-session rally on lower rates for bigger vesselsThe Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, dipped for the first time in 13 sessions on Friday, on lower rates for capesize and panamax vessels.
Foss Hired to Remove Grounded Fishing Vessel Off WaikikiFoss Maritime has been hired to remove the grounded fishing vessel Pacific Paradise from a reef off Waikiki after repeated attempts to refloat the vessel by commercial salvage companies have failed.
Containership Receives a Special WelcomeThe world’s largest containership received a special greeting when it arrived for the first time at Germany’s sole deepwater port.
MAIB report on grounding raises worrying questions about ECDISA U.K. Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) report into the December 3 2016 grounding of the 4,950 dwt Spanish-flag bulker Muros off the U.K. east coast is raising more questions about first generation ECDIS systems and the way they are being used.
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