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Company’s net losses stood at ¥955m in the first quarter compared to the year-ago net profits of ¥7.8bn
The outlooks, forecasts and predictions for 2020 which were compiled at the end of last year now look like they were made in another age and on another planet. So what has the remainder of this most unusual year got in store for the industry?
First and foremost, shipowners and their insurers will very likely face claims from seafarers
Opec cartel navigating geopolitical and economic icebergs as oil market rebalances over 2020’s second half
Freight rates to remain at depressed levels in the second half of the year
The threat of a second coronavirus wave has dampened LNG demand and depressed prices to persistently low levels, which is not supporting ramp-ups at liquefaction plants
With 300,000 crew still stranded at sea amid tightening crew change policies, the risk is rising that they will refuse to renew their contracts
The company, formerly known as Diana Containerships, now owns four aframax tankers with only one remaining panamax container vessel
‘In light of health and safety recommendations and keeping our community, both here and abroad in mind, CMA Shipping 2020 will be delivered as a 100% virtual event,’ said organisers
Work-from-home arrangements have generally been slow to take off in the tradition-bound Japanese corporate environment
Seafarers can download a free, web-based wallet to monitor and track their health status, which developers say mirrors UN protocols
Health experts and mindfulness coaches have contributed to a new series of videos aimed at helping seafarers cope during the coronavirus pandemic
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