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Bulk cargo declined due to reduced demand for energy...
The continuing recovery in China’s swine sector and poultry production growth are expected to push up soybean meal use for feed during 2020-21 marketing year...
Global coal prices will remain under pressure until the end of the year amid a persisting glut in supply and weak demand from China and India, analysts said.
The Capesize market continues to go from strength to strength, as rates reach highs not seen since September last year...
Recent signs have tended to confirm expectations of reduced import demand for many commodities this year.
Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) CEO Frank Olsen opens up on the challenges of COVID-19, the benefits of a global network, and a fundamental shift in the established ships agency marketplace. Change, he says, is coming.
At the start of the year, U.S.-China tensions were easing after their Phase I trade deal, while Washington, Brussels and Tokyo agreed on new global trading rules to curb subsidies. A relative calm had set in...
As the halfway mark of 2020 arrives, the capesize market is making new highs for the year. From persistent lows earlier caused by a barrage of negative factors...
The coal sea port of Shakhtersk (CSPS), a key logistics asset of East Mining Company (EMCO) in Russia, shipped 2.2 million t of coal between January and May 2020...
The impact of Covid-19 on Indian power demand and industrial output, and coal-to-gas fuel switching in Europe has driven seaborne thermal coal trade lower in 2020.
Dry bulk shipowners have had solid reasons to smile this week and rightfully so, says EastGate Shipping Inc.
The Capesize market trajectory this week has been one of the steepest rallies the sector has experienced. Opening at $12,410, the sector had almost doubled to $25,511 by the end of the week as the Atlantic basin surged into life.
Surveying the economic landscape, the sheer scale and severity of the Global Lockdown are striking
The Baltic Exchange’s main sea freight index recorded its biggest ever daily percentage jump on Wednesday, propelled by surging capesize rates due to a spike in iron-ore shipments.
U.S. coal consumption has been declining since its peak in 2007 of 1.1 billion short tons.
Global coal prices collapsed in recent months as the global lockdown took its toll on power demand around the world.
The Capesize market made new highs for the year this week after strong iron ore demand to the far east continued to develop in the market.
UNCTAD forecasts 20% drop in 2020
Shipping and ports collaboration.