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Algoma looks for extension to decide on replacement contracts at the Yanzijiang shipyard in China
The orders, if they materialise, will send OOIL’s 20,000-teu class fleet to 12 units, enough to allow the company to independently form a loop on Asia-Europe trade
Low-sulphur regulations will push up demolition ahead of 2020, but a large idle fleet will still put pressure on carriers
The yard is also seeking buyers to take over three other newbuildings cancelled by a shipowner owing to delivery delays
SDTR Marine is 60% owned by China’s Shandong Shipping and 40% by Singapore’s Transcenden Global Pte
HHIC-Phil reportedly had $1.3bn of outstanding debts, borrowed from Filipino banks and South Korean lenders
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The plan will hit a nerve of many foreign shipping players
Debt-to-equity swap investors albeit state-backed will need to withdraw properly
Capesizes and very large crude carriers lead the way as investors adopt risk-averse approach
Lack of support from domestic owners overshadows Korean builders’ prospects
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