Ships Recycling Market Struggles to Find its Footing


The ship recycling market is struggling to find its footing. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Clarkson Platou Hellas said that “No demand = No demand! For most of the week the market has remained in a subdued state with Buyers still reluctant to engage or place any offer to the table.

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Green shipping is the new gold


A sea change is in the making as the global shipping industry strives to reduce its impact on the environment with innovative solutions like battery-operated vessels, wind-powered ships and carbon-neutral shipping. 

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Tapping into Digitalisation for Growth and Efficiency


The shipping industry is no stranger to challenges. Slow global demand, volatile trade patterns, pricing pressures and changing regulatory regimes have created a seismic shift in expectations – placing intense pressure on shipowners and operators to navigate today’s complex environment whilst keeping growth and profit margins afloat.

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Logistics for the energy revolution: Why shipping has a vital role to play.


Renewable energy is necessary for a sustainable future – green partnerships between cargo owners and transportation providers will also help to make that future a reality.

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Tanker Owners Could Have a New Market Soon


The market for ship tankers could soon welcome a new member in Guyana. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Gibson said that “there may be few new frontiers left in the oil market, with most regions having been tested, even if deemed to be uneconomical in the current oil era. 

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World’s Largest Container Ship Transits Suez Canal


The 23,756-TEU MSC Gulsun, the world's largest container ship, transited the Suez Canal for the first time on August 9.

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