New York-listed owner of 78 tankers reports first profit in five quarters
SEA-LNG study claims $30.3m retrofit cost to use liquefied natural gas as marine fuel is ‘win-win’ for environment
The unit, which is expected to start operations in the second half of next year, will be deployed in a project in the Congo
Chief executive Aristides Pittas says rates remain profitable despite a near 40% plunge since late May
Broker sees big boost to both top and bottom lines in first half of the year
Nasdaq-listed owner acknowledges rising tanker values may make expansion ‘challenging’
CULines warns that the volatile and cyclical nature of the global container shipping industry may impact its business
Company faced ‘an extremely challenging environment’ caused by pandemic-induced supply chain disruptions but has delivered a record number of vessels in the first six months of the year, says chairman
The global focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles has led to the worldwide expansion of sustainability-focused investments
Company optimistic about earning prospects despite uncertain macroeconomic outlook, says chief
At its peak, there were about 30 shipping banks operating out of Singapore, industry sources said, while now there are 20 lenders providing banking facilities to support shipping clients
Increased demand for minor bulk products resulted in higher charter rates and stronger market, and drove record net income
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