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Ship Recycling

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Wirana moves towards greener ship recycling

The project will help shipowners to conveniently and responsibly recycle their marine assets in a safe and environmentally sound manner while ensuring that green ship recycling practices are followed

Singapore Ship Recycling

Freight bonanza and demand for secondhand tonnage stifle demolition market

Around 7.9m dwt of crude and product tankers, 287,974 dwt of containerships and 6.2m dwt dry bulk carriers have been recycled so far this year, according to Lloyd’s List Intelligence data

International Containers

Scrapping of tankers in sanctioned oil trading questioned

Tankers were part of vintage subterfuge fleet of some 160 vessels engaged in shipping Iranian and Venezuelan crude

Asia Pacific Pakistan

Zeaborn and Harper Petersen linked to Hamburg probe

Controversy regarding shipbreaking practices in south Asia form part of a key test case before the English courts

Germany Brokers

Erck Rickmers among owners linked to Hamburg breaking probe

Erck Rickmers Group admits minute equity in one vessel at centre of probe prior to disposal four years ago

Germany Ship Recycling

Strong dry bulk market hinders scrapping

According to Lloyd's List Intelligence data, 72 units for 7.2m dwt have so far been removed from the bulker fleet. That is way below last year’s demolition level

International Dry Bulk
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