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Algoma funds bulker deal with newbuilding cancellation refund

Algoma looks for extension to decide on replacement contracts at the Yanzijiang shipyard in China

Dry Bulk Ship operations

The Interview: Dimitris Fafalios

Intercargo’s new chairman lays out the dry cargo association’s approach to 2020
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OOIL poised to order 23,000 teu LNG-ready sextet

The orders, if they materialise, will send OOIL’s 20,000-teu class fleet to 12 units, enough to allow the company to independently form a loop on Asia-Europe trade

Asia Pacific Containers

Ocean Alliance extended to 2027

Executives from all three liner operators signed off on the alliance extension in Hainan, China, on Thursday

Asia Pacific Europe

Greece hails continued growth of maritime industry

The Greek government claims that European shipping contributes almost $64bn to the EU’s annual GDP and 190,000 jobs to Greece

Greece EU

Fleet Management and ABS partner on marine cyber security

The solution helps ensure compliance with the IMO, as well as additional cyber security-related guidelines and requirements, according to ABS

Asia Pacific Tankers and Gas

Dockers and crane drivers could be obsolete by 2040

Rise in global seaborne trade to protect highly-skilled seafarers’ jobs with a boost in numbers needed up to 2040

International Crewing

Kim Heng keen on M&A in bunker play

Kim Heng is serious about diversifying into the marine fuel business despite recently flipping a bunker barge for a good profit

Asia Pacific Singapore

Cuts in China’s coal imports force panamax earnings to slide

Panamax earnings, which have slipped below supramax, may rise to $13,500 per day in March, according to Maritime Strategies International

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