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Daily Briefing January 16 2018

Companies are leaving it late to book space in repair yards for their ships to be adapted to comply with mandatory requirements from 2020

Daily Briefing

Latest Articles

JBIC to fund Ta Tong Marine's VLOC newbuilding
Rio Tinto sets iron ore guidance for 2018
Containership rates boosted ahead of Asian holiday demand
Poland facing EU probe over tax breaks for shipyards
Rotterdam port sees reported maritime safety incidents fall 18%
J. Lauritzen flags two gas carriers to Denmark
Danish shipping companies fear cyber-attack threat
Shipowners risk losing insurance cover if sulphur cap breached
Weaker demand starts to bite dry bulk
Dunkirk expects to triple LNG volume in 2018 on Yamal transhipment
PSA sets new records in challenging market
Box shipping remains competitive despite consolidation, says Drewry
HHI readies for Hyundai Oilbank public offering
Two more tankers named in Shell Bukom investigation
CMA CGM agrees contract to lengthen four 13,800 teu ships
Sanchi sinking sparks pollution clean-up
Tanker reported missing off coast of West Africa
Evergreen Marine launches fleet expansion plan
Singapore to revive fortunes with Sea Transport Industry Transformation Map
Imabari takes 49% stake in Minaminippon Shipbuilding
Blazing NITC tanker Sanchi sinks but pollution risks thought to be limited
Could Cosco still have eyes for Gener8?
Kea Trader salvage operation resumes
How much of a threat is Yemen to international shipping?
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