The capesize market appears to have broken out of its recent downward trend and moved into a range bound period trading largely sideways this week.

[PORT LOUIS] Fuel spilling from a Japanese bulk carrier that ran aground on a reef in Mauritius two weeks ago is creating an ecological disaster, endangering corals, fish and other marine life...

[MEXICO CITY] Venezuelan state-run oil firm PDVSA has begun offering to ship its own oil, figuring in the costs in crude supply deals to help customers who have struggled to hire vessels to carry...

[GOTHENBURG] Stena Bulk AB, one of the world's biggest tanker lines, plans to run some of its ships on used cooking oil to offer customers a way to offset their pollution.

[CARACAS] In May, a fleet of ships set sail for fuel-starved Venezuela with Iranian gasoline, stunning international observers who wondered if the two nations would so blatantly defy US sanctions...

THREE wholly-owned subsidiaries of First Ship Lease (FSL) Trust have executed memoranda of agreement to sell three containerships to unaffiliated third parties, and received the initial 10 per...

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THERE can be few board rooms in the shipping and related industries where the main topic for discussion, albeit probably through online meetings, hasn't been the impact of Covid-19 on the company'...

WITH a weaker showing in its top line, First Ship Lease (FSL) Trust, which leases vessels to the shipping industry, posted a 34.7 per cent drop in net profit to US$1.33 million for Q2 FY2020 ended...

A quiet end to the week could not disguise the improved sentiment in the capesize market, with several brokers suggesting that this may simply represent a precursor to another move upwards.

BUSINESSES building clean technology solutions for the maritime industry can look for at least S$4 million in support from new research and industry partners, in a scheme unveiled on Friday.