Shipping heavyweights have proven yet another time their fierceness in the fight to preserve liquidity.
2020 Bulkers accepts delivery of the second 208,000 dwt Newcastlemax newbuild.
The take-up of autonomous shipping may not be as rapid as many industry observers expect, Drewry said.
Frontline elected not to exercise the first option. As a result, the second Suezmax duo option was terminated.
Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) begins construction of a new RoPax for Kvarken Link.
The JV was formed to respond to an expected rise in demand for LNG bunkering.
Malaysian-based AET owns a fleet of seven chemical tankers.
Mediterranean Shipping Company has welcomed the 3rd vessel in the Gülsün class of 23,000 TEU+ ships, to its fleet.
The company will deliver the next phase of development at the Liverpool2 deepwater container terminal.
H-Line and Vitol have entered into a ten-year time charter agreement for an LNG carrier newbuild.