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Daily Briefing October 18 2021

FrontNav — a tanker giant 20 years in the making? | Don’t scapegoat shipping for the world’s just-in-time jitters | Container rates suppressed, but not depressed | The Lloyd’s List Podcast: The evolving risk of subterfuge shipping

Daily Briefing Euronav

Braemar trading ahead of expectations as growth strategy kicks in

‘Our investment into dry cargo and securities in the past three years has seen the business swing. We now have more equilibrium on the pie chart, which I wanted,’ says chief executive 

International Tankers and Gas

Private equity takeover was factor in Standard’s go-it-alone move

Broker predictions of a 50% sector-wide hike in P&I rates between now and 2024 is probably overstated, marine mutual head believes, but big increases will be necessary to address rates erosion

Insurance International

Braemar sees strong results across all divisions

Bouyant bulk and box markets, new interest in ship finance and Brexit-driven trade complexities see stars align for BSS, and there’s even signs of improvement for tankers ahead

United Kingdom Brokers

Offline tanker fixture app will return ‘in the future’

App injects transparency and accessibility into opaque market by freely publishing information about who is chartering which tankers, where cargoes lifted and where they are going, and how much is being paid

International Tankers and Gas

Zeaborn and Harper Petersen linked to Hamburg probe

Controversy regarding shipbreaking practices in south Asia form part of a key test case before the English courts

Germany Brokers
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