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The recent ban could mean the market will lose 2m tonnes a month of supramax cargo
As China has already switched its procurement away from the US, the nation is increasingly looking towards Malaysia, Taiwan and Japan to source the scrap materials
The company expects the Baltic Dry Index to continue its upward trend for the remaining quarters of the year
Samudera will pump in some of the funds from the sale to fund a potential investment in a company that provides shipping services on domestic Indonesian routes
The company is preparing for the 2020 regulations by using compliant fuels in its handysize fleet in combination with installing scrubbers in supramaxes
Colombian coal market to provide short-term support to capesize market, while Russian shipments to China to provide long-term aid to the embattled handysize and supramax segments
Hong Kong-listed dry bulk owner says IMO 2020 will lead to a contraction in supply and potentially more scrapping
If this is indeed the start of a new trade war between Beijing and Ottawa, this could have significant repercussions on oilseed and grain trade, shipbroker Banchero Costa warns
Freight rates for supramax vessels trading from Indonesia to China have started to fade as owners are now staying away from this market, brokers noted
Hashim forecasts healthy supply-demand fundamentals in the dry bulk shipping market but warns that the recovery could be characterised by extreme volatility
As Australia suffers a significant hit to its wheat exports, Asian wheat importers have consolidated their dominance over Argentine and Russian imports, benefiting tonne-mile demand
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