Latest News for: World shipbrokers

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Lockdowns and Holidays Plague Ship Recycling Activity

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 04 May 2021
The raging pandemic in India and holidays around the world have ...
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Is the Worst Over for the Tanker Market?

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 03 May 2021
In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Gibson said that “in its ...
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Is LNG’s Role in Shipping’s Decarbonization Limited?

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 22 Apr 2021
However, is this really the case today? In its latest weekly report, ...
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Surging secondhand prices see value of the world fleet surpass $1trn

Splash24/7 19 Apr 2021
The value of the global merchant fleet has surpassed $1trn this month on the back of surging secondhand prices in the containership and dry bulk segments, according to new research from Clarkson Research Services ... As of this morning, the global merchant fleet trading today is valued at $1.042trn, according to the world’s largest shipbroker ... .
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Gibson tanker report – Canal Crisis

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 28 Mar 2021
... the world ... GIBSON SHIPBROKERS LTD .
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Kuwait launches $1bn oil tanker buying spree for fleet expansion

The National 27 Mar 2021
Each cost $60m to build but the shipbroker site VesselValue.com, based in the United Kingdom, priced them at just $32.2m ... The transport capacity of the global VLCC fleet will swell 6.9 per cent this year to 188 million tonnes but demand for the vessels will grow by only 4.7 per cent, according to Clarkson, the world's largest shipbroker.
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The Shipping Industry is in the Spotlight

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 26 Mar 2021
In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Intermodal said that .
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Weekly Broker: Bulker scramble

Splash24/7 18 Mar 2021
Allied Shipbroking, Banchero Costa and Anchor Shipbroking all listed the sale of 2011-built 56,700 dwt supramax bulker RHL Varesia ... Several shipbroking houses reported that Japanese owner Daiichi Chuo sold its 2014-built 56,100 dwt supramax bulker Summertime Dream while Allied Shipbroking identified the buyer as Greek owner Sea World Management.
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Oil supertankers losing millions but why tanker stocks are rallying

Live Mint 17 Mar 2021
The market for moving oil across the world’s oceans is currently so bad that owners of the industry’s biggest supertankers are actually subsidizing the delivery of cargoes ... The outlook for vessel supply is the most bullish since 2003, according to Frode Morkedal, an analyst at Clarksons Platou AS, a unit of the world’s biggest shipbroker.
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China’s Export Surge Fuels Global Buying Spree of Cargo Ships, Containers

Caixin Online 12 Mar 2021
Orders for new cargo vessels and containers have surged in the first two months of this year, as the world’s major shippers rush to cash in on soaring demand for freight along routes in the Pacific Ocean, buoyed in part by strong exports from China, according to global shipping services provider Clarksons.
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Old container ships are hot property right now

Gulf News 04 Mar 2021
London. Flip this ship ... Read More ... Old is running hot. As a result, container ships are a fast-appreciating asset. A 10-year-old vessel able to move 6,600 steel boxes is fetching $41 million, according to data from Clarkson Research Services Ltd., a unit of the world's largest shipbroker ... .
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Weekly Broker: Dry bulk spending up by 151% in February

Splash24/7 25 Feb 2021
Allied Shipbroking, Banchero Costa, Lorentzen & Stemoco and Advanced Shipping & Trading all listed the en bloc sale of two 2010-built 80,300 dwt kamsarmax bulkers Globe Electra and Globe Danae. Greek owner Sea World Management sold the pair to compatriot Greek buyers for about $15.75m each.
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MIDAS RECOVERY SPECIAL: UK shares are the biggest bargain in DECADES - so try these ...

The Daily Mail 20 Feb 2021
The UK stock market has been battered since the Brexit vote, and is now at a record discount to markets in the rest of the world ... In 1990, four billion tons of freight crossed the world’s seas ... Rising demand and tight supply means the cost of shipping is set to rise – good news for the biggest listed shipbroker in the world.
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