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IMO says 2020 low-sulphur compliance the easiest option

Flouting new sulphur regulations will not be practical, says Edmund Hughes. Political relief is unlikely. Bureaucratic loopholes short lived and unreliable
IMO Political Risk and Trade

Monjasa confident of 2020 global fuel availability

Some shipowners may have to start receiving fuel cargo loads as early as August 2019, warns chief operating officer

International Environment

Supramax earnings climb on coal and grain trades

Some brokers view the uptick as a temporary high as coal imports into China may start to slow following week-long holidays

International Dry Bulk

Yang Ming expands Vietnam and Thailand services

Yang Ming has teamed up with Cosco, OOCL, Wan Hai and RCL to expand its intra-Asia services

Asia Pacific Containers

Aframax market looks to be climbing out of its trough

Inefficiencies said to be creeping into the market, keeping vessels employed for longer, according to VesselsValue analyst Court Smith

Tankers and Gas Energy

Sulphur cap demands 2020 vision

A proposal to meddle with the 2020 sulphur cap could institutionalise lenient enforcement from the outset

IMO Political Risk and Trade

IMO drafts safety guidelines for methanol use as marine fuel

Methanol is being used as fuel on several tankers and a ropax ferry already and can meet the climate change agenda on emission targets

Bunkers Safety

Bigger is not necessarily better in shipmanagement

Price believes that larger shipmanagement companies can sometimes be less responsive as they can lose the personal touch

International Hong Kong

Wallem names Frank Coles as new chief

Frank Coles, who headed Transas until its sale earlier this year to Wärtsilä, has been appointed chief executive of Wallem, the Hong Kong-headquartered shipping services group

Asia Pacific Hong Kong
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