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Converted VLOCs will soon be a distant memory

The fleet exit will have a limited impact on the overall capesize market, which has seen tonnage grow more than demand to transport iron ore

Dry Bulk Ship Recycling

Scrapping volumes fall 40% as lockdown paralyses beaching and boarding

Vessels over 10,000 dwt recycled over the January-through-April period this year totalled 4m dwt, down 42% from the same period last year

Ship Recycling Ship operations

World boxship fleet update: Hubris and nemesis visit a shipyard

As the world’s latest supersized containership takes to the water, new orders wither on the vine

International HMM

Vale to phase out 25 converted VLOCs from its fleet

Vale has also revised its guidance for iron ore fines production in 2020 to 310m-330m tonnes from 340m-355m tonnes

Brazil Dry Bulk

Indian ship recycling yards resume operations

In case of any suspected infection, the government has advised shipbreakers to hand over the worker to Gujarat Maritime Board’s quarantine facilities or local health authorities

India Coronavirus

Norwegian shipowners’ losses close to 25%

Norwegian shipowners expect the number of vessel lay ups to triple and the amount of ship recycling to double because of the coronavirus outbreak 

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