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Turkish shipbreakers catch a breather

The largest shipbreaking industry outside of Asia may escape from catastrophe as Turkish scrap price recovers

Turkey Ship Recycling

DryShips agrees sale of 17-year-old panamax

Delivery to the buyer, which is unaffiliated to DryShips, will be within this month

Europe Greece

Greeks lead secondhand ship investments in year to date

Norwegian owners were the second-highest spenders, with close to $1.8bn of market purchases, ahead of Chinese owners on nearly $1.2bn

International Europe

Safe Bulkers buys Japanese-built capesize bargain

Unidentified vessel becomes US-listed owner’s fourth cape as brokers point to Five Stars Fujian, auctioned in China last Saturday, as most likely candidate

US States Dry Bulk

International Seaways boosts cash piles despite weaker results

New York-listed owner sells four crude and product tankers for $69m during the second quarter

US States Tankers and Gas

Greeks lift investments in shipping on back of LNG orders

Leading shipping nation on course for three-year high in spending

International Europe

Jinhui agrees sale of another supramax

Delivery of the Hong Kong-flagged vessel is scheduled by August 5

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

Firm support for smaller boxship classes

Despite a slowdown in scrapping, fundamentals support strong valuations

International Containers

Hafnia expects $19m benefit from sale and leaseback deal

The lease agreement enables Hafnia to maintain a low-cash break even

Europe Tankers and Gas
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