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Containership charter market stable after correction

With few large boxships set to become open in the near future, most recent fixtures have been for vessels of below 2,000 teu capacities for which charter rates appear stable

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64 Mark Jackson, Baltic Exchange

The Baltic’s traditional role has been strengthened in 2022 as shipping gets to grips with pricing carbon into seaborne freight, while Mr Jackson has been pursuing partnerships in the Asia region

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84 Andi Case, Clarksons

Behind the scenes, Mr Case was also appointed a company director of WOW Hydrate, a sports water drink brand, along with Gary Brocklesby, chairman of tanker pool operator Navig8 

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Top 10 shipbrokers 2022

Strong freight and chartering markets in the dry cargo, container and gas sectors have benefited the shipbroking majors as the Ukraine war has provided both challenges and business opportunities. Meanwhile, a new force in shipbroking is being created by the merger of Galbraith’s and Ifchor; combining their operations will create a dry cargo and tanker broking powerhouse and provide competition for the current major broking shops 

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Ukraine war risk rates steady despite missile strike in Poland

‘If the Russians would allow free trade in and out of the Black Sea, the rates would be lower,’ says underwriter

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Boxship supply tightens while charter rates stabilise

Limited supply of most boxship sizes is giving hope to tonnage providers that they could start to ask for higher charter rates, should demand maintain its current levels

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