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TOP Ships agrees new $10m tanker loan

The 50,000 dwt tanker Eco California has been chartered to Shell Tankers Singapore for at least two years

Europe North America

Who can China turn to for soyabeans?

If proposed tariffs are in place by the late summer, China could go scouting the globe for alternative oilseeds

North America South America

Warnings issued as hurricane season starts

Disruption to offshore sector and vessel casualties seen in previous years

North America Insurance

Capital emerges as seller behind boxship deal with Navios Containers

Flipping four ex-Hanjin ships would net Greek owner a handsome return if sale proceeds

Navios Group Sale and Purchase

US ports move to cut trucking turnaround times

Several carriers have stopped offering haulage services for some markets because of trucking shortages and price hikes

North America United States

Trade war could add to carriers’ transpacific troubles

Little chance of improvement on transpacific trades if a full trade war breaks out

Asia Pacific China

Inland ports help South Carolina move trucks off the roads

South Carolina’s Inland Port Dillon will take 45,000 container moves from truck to rail in its first year of operation

North America United States

Larger boxships pile on problems for US trucking rates

Congested terminals are aggravating trucking shortages, along with suffocating regulation, rising fuel costs, driver shortages and strong demand for containerised cargoes

Containers US States

Argentina expects sharp drop in grains output

Analysts had forecast Argentina to pick up some of the shortfall from lower US exports of soyabeans to China

Dry Bulk Argentina
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