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BIMCO: Increased Crude Oil Tanker Demolition a Positive Sign

By | May 5th, 2017|Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, BIMCO, Company News, Crude Oil Tanker, demolition, Europe & Eurasia, Featured, Headlines, Middle East, News by topic, NEWS category, Press releases, Regional news, Shipping News, South & Central Asia|

A total of 1.3 million dwt of crude oil tanker capacity was sent to the scrapyards during the [...]

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GMS: Ship Recycling Markets End 2016 on Stable Note

By | January 3rd, 2017|Company News, demolition, Featured, GMS, Headlines, News by topic, NEWS category, Press releases, Regional news, Ship-Recycling, Shipbuilding, Shipbuilding News, Shipping News, South & Central Asia|

The international ship recycling markets have witnessed another roller coaster week and year, however, the industry [...]

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BIMCO: Fleet Growth Squeezes Crude Oil Tanker Market

By | December 23rd, 2016|Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, BIMCO, Company News, demolition, Europe & Eurasia, Featured, fleet growth, Headlines, Middle East, News by topic, NEWS category, Press releases, Regional news, Shipbuilding, Shipbuilding News, Shipping News, South & Central Asia, Tanker|

The crude oil tanker segment composing of VLCC, suezmax and aframax ships, experienced a net-fleet growth of 7.3%, which [...]

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Clarksons: Bulkers Account for Lion’s Share of Scrapped Tonnage in 2016

By | December 5th, 2016|Africa, Americas, Asia Pacific, Clarksons Research, demolition, Europe & Eurasia, Featured, Headlines, Middle East, News by topic, NEWS category, Press releases, Regional news, Shipbreaking, Shipping News, South & Central Asia|

Strong demolition has been a prominent feature of the shipping industry this year, as challenging market [...]

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