The world's leading and only monthly dry bulk publication.
Ongoing signs point to negative pandemic influences affecting commodity import demand becoming less intense in a number of countries.
Latest updates from The Baltic Exchange for Capesize, Panamax, Ultramax/Supramax & Handysize
NIBULON has launched a 90-m non-self-propelled vessel
BIMCO will open its fourth local office, this time in London, at the beginning of 2021.
NORDEN is aiming to be amongst the top three players in the handysize sector in the Pacific, after launching its new service out of Singapore last month.
In January 2021, BIMCO will be inviting the industry to view and offer feedback on the new Ship Sale Agreement in the pipeline.
This weekend saw the new berths for inland shipping at Maashaven being taken into use.
Scorpio Bulkers Inc. announced last week that the Company has entered into agreements with two unaffiliated third parties...
Along the lower Mississippi River, Heyl & Patterson continuous barge unloaders are critical in the efficient unloading of grain.
Sea Commercial Port “Yuzhny” has established its reputation as a leading state stevedoring company in Ukraine.
Covid-19 is the least of the problems at these ports
The Korean Register (KR) has successfully completed its first hull survey using both a drone and crawler.
Oldendorff Carriers has signed a 25-year freight and transshipment coal transportation agreement with Nghi Son 2 Power Limited Liability Company.
Long-term Commitment to Sustainable Shipping
China is stockpiling every kind of commodity at a “mind-blowing” rate...
Grant to Fund Multimodal Bulk Storage Facility Conversion at Burns Harbor.