Latest News for: World shipbrokers

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Understanding geopolitical impact in shipping markets with Arrow Shipbroking

Seatrade Maritime News 12 Apr 2024
In the latest episode of the Chat About Geopolitics and Trade series Punit Oza, Founder of MaritimeNXT talks with Burak Cetinok, Head of Research for Arrow Shipbroking.
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Record Singapore bunker sales only delaying decline of fuel oil trade, Poten says

Tradewinds 18 Mar 2024
Not only is it the largest bunker port in the world, but the ...
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Product Tanker Market: Cargo Demand Could Shift to New Markets

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 18 Mar 2024
In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Gibson said that “refining ...
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Panama Canal Drought Issues Improved, But Not Eradicated

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 03 Mar 2024
In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Gibson said that “the Panama Canal ...
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Gibson tanker report – How Green is Green?

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 16 Feb 2024
Green methanol is often touted as one of the leading alternative sustainable fuels for the maritime sector. It is relatively easy to produce, most ports around the world can handle it Source. GIBSON SHIPBROKERS LTD ....
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'Perfect storm': KiwiRail reveals what led to mega ferry cost blowout

NewstalkZB 15 Feb 2024
Shipbrokers estimate just 22 ships in the world would be suitable and none of them is for sale ... Indications from shipbrokers were that there were only 22 second-hand ships in the world that would meet ...
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Biofuel sales triple in Singapore

Splash24/7 31 Jan 2024
Biofuel sales more than tripled last year in Singapore, the world’s dominant bunkering hub, with more than 500,000 tonnes sold. Analysts at shipbroker Eastport Maritime expect biofuel sales to double in Singapore through 2025.
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Evergreen and Yang Ming in discussions for multiple feeder orders on home soil

Splash24/7 24 Jan 2024
Alphaliner, citing various shipbroking sources, is reporting Yang Ming is after up to 15 feeders, while Evergreen is looking to contract for six ships.
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Allied Shipbroking: Greek shipowners, ahead of China, dominate ship purchases and construction in 2023

Greek City Times 12 Jan 2024
For one more year, Greek shipping certified its dominance in the seas of the world ... According to Allied Shipbroking, Greek-owned shipping companies ordered the construction of 164 ships in the past 12 months, ahead of Japanese shipowners with 144 ... ....
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Trade Disruptions To Lead to Higher Shipping Rates

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 11 Jan 2024
... to make an impact on the global supply chain and world trade alike.
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Shipbroker Clarkson in high demand

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Jan 2024
Geopolitical events, the green energy transition and shortages of available tonnage have combined to boost demand for the skills of the shipbroker Clarkson. The world’s biggest provider of shipping ...
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Attacks on shipping in the Red Sea are a blow to global trade

Economist 19 Dec 2023
... some 10% of global seaborne trade by volume, according to Clarksons, a shipbroker.
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Red Sea shipping chaos, by the numbers

Detroit news 19 Dec 2023
When weighted by ship size, that's down 70% from the daily average recorded in the first half of December, according to Clarkson Research Services Ltd, a unit of the world's largest shipbroker.
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Clarksons and Hydrogenious shake hands over green hydrogen transportation

SAFETY4SEA 15 Dec 2023
to enable the large-scale use of clean hydrogen ... We are excited to be working with the world’s leading shipbroker in Clarksons, and to benefit from their immense expertise in shipping, trade and energy transition.
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Libya refuses entry to oil tanker that previously transported cargo to Israel

Al Wasat 22 Nov 2023
Port authorities in Libya have recently stepped up checks on tankers’ prior voyages in light of the war in Gaza, which has caused anger toward Israel to grow across the Arab world. Three shipbrokers ...
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