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There is an increasing disconnect between the price of thermal coal and liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Asia...
COVID-19 has struck Europe with stunning ferocity. While we do not know how long the crisis will last, we know that the economic impact will be severe.
BIMCO, ICS and other industry partners have teamed up and presented the IMO with a list of recommendations for maritime trade during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Director of ABP Humber, Simon Bird, on Keeping Britain Trading Amidst a Global Pandemic
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”If the EU fails to adopt tailor-made sectoral policies and support – beyond its horizontal policies and general support to all sectors – Europe risks to lose its strategic maritime technology sector to Asia..."
The health and safety of its employees, customers and partners remains the company’s number one priority and it is working hard to assess and mitigate any risks.
Latest on the Capesize, Panamax, Supramax, Ultramax and Handysize markets from The Baltic Exchange.
The Indian government’s decision to impose a three-week lockdown across the country is expected to have a wide-reaching impact on global shipping
Brazil is forecast to export over 9.50 million mt of beans in March, up 12% year on year, based on current pace of weekly exports, according to the market sources.
Indian ports declare force majeure as COVID-19 lockdown takes hold
TOC Europe will now take place 8 – 10 June 2021 in its usual Rotterdam location, skipping the 2020 event altogether.
From the desk of the Panama Maritime Authority Administrator, Noriel Arauz.
Port of Rotterdam remains operational after stricter government measures.
The three major Korean shipbuilders had attained even less than 5 percent of their annual order targets until last month.
The Shipowners’ Club understands that in view of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, owners and managers are facing challenges in meeting various statutory requirements.
BIMCO has received a letter from the Italian Ports Association, underlining that Italian Ports are fully operational and ensuring the safety of cargo and crew members.
The Port of Rotterdam is and remains open for business, despite the far-reaching impact of the coronavirus on society and the economy.
IMO Secretary-General stresses vital need to maintain commerce by sea and protect seafarers’ welfare in face of coronavirus shut down.
The measures will continue until April 2, local media reports said.