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Lockdown brings Indian subcontinent ship scrapping to a halt

More owners will seek ‘as is’ sale deals to avoid the last voyage to the recycling yards, says Clarkson Platou Hellas

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Coronavirus: Wallenius Wilhelmsen to mothball vessels

Wallenius Wilhelmsen also says it will delay land-based projects, cut capital expenditure and axe planned scrubber fits

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World boxship fleet update: Idle vessels returning to service could upset market balance

Boxship fleet growth goes into hiatus during coronavirus outbreak

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World boxship fleet update: Coronavirus takes toll on idle fleet

The wide-reaching impact of the coronavirus outbreak is now affecting developments in the active containership fleet as yards struggle to complete scrubber installations

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Coronavirus threat casts shadow over ship recycling industry

Market sentiment in Bangladesh and India remains volatile, but rates on offer are still between $370 per light displacement tonne to $400 per ldt

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Precious chief sees more vessels headed for recycling yards in 2020

Mr Hashim added that the current orderbook is, at best, replacement capacity and not additional capacity

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