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Panamax values surge as carriers seek any tonnage that floats

The former workhorse of the container sector has fallen from grace in recent years. But the frantic container shipping sector is giving panamaxes one last hurrah before they head to the beaches

International Mediterranean Shipping Co

Scrap rates hit $600 per tonne

Scrapping rates passed $600 per tonne last week as scarce tonnage and rising local steel plate prices drive a surge in rates not seen since 2008

Bangladesh India

Ship recycling rates near record levels

Demolition prices have doubled in the past year and are up 25% as compared with April this year. The supply of tonnage is increasingly centered around offshore units and tankers, especially smaller bunkering tankers, medium range tankers and aframaxes

Bangladesh India

Recycling rates hit 13-year high

Rising steel plate prices lifts rates to levels last seen in September 2008, just before the global financial crash

Asia Pacific India

Greeks lament lack of technical breakthrough on shipping decarbonisation

Greek Shipping Co-Operation chairman Haralambos Fafalios says decarbonisation is a paramount objective that needs to be considered hand-in-hand with safety

International Greece

Spain signs up to ship recycling convention

Spain becomes one of 17 countries that have joined the convention, representing almost 30% of gross tonnage

International Spain
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