Dry Cargo

Mercator: Seven year mix

August 1st, 20140 Mumbai: Just over a decade ago, Mercator Lines had gone on a vessel acquisition spree to metamorphose from a relatively minor shipping player into India’s second...

Fenwick: Handysize rates "horrible"

June 13th, 20140 Hong Kong: Rates for handysizes are “horrible” says a niche Hong Kong shipowner and the sector is likely to go through its most painful year now as urgent scrapping...

Valles Steamship: Steady times

May 2nd, 20140 Hong Kong: Late last year Kingsley Koo, a director at the venerable 104-year-old shipping firm Valles Steamship, became chairman of the Hong Kong Shipowners Association...

Belships: Dry bulk pure play

January 24th, 20140 Oslo: Norway’s Belships plans to stay focused on dry bulk. While in the past it has been a company with what managing director Ulrich Müller describes as a “mixed...

Why the BDI always falls in January

January 16th, 20140 Khalid Hashim from Precious Shipping identifies reasons for dry bulk’s annual slump around this time of year. The million dollar proverbial question on the lips and...

Wah Kwong: Renewal period

December 13th, 20130 Hong Kong: In a busy year of fleet rejuvenation and expanded Chinese ties, one of Hong Kong’s grand names in shipping has set a solid foot forward for the future. Wah...
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