TRENDING THIS WEEK

Last 24 hours
This week
  1. Handysize bulker suffers fire off UK coast

  2. Tanker and LPG carrier collide in Ceuta

  3. OMERS sells V.Group to Advent International

  4. Clarksons: OSV orders drop 96%

  5. Analysts crunch tanker sums after Opec cut

  6. Market watches Nisshin deal on price

  7. Allseas buys Volstad’s new OCV

  8. Court rules on Hanjin Shipping cape

  9. Samsung tears up $774m LNG FPSO contract

  10. BP sanctions Mad Dog Phase 2 project

  1. Owners lock horns over Hanjin capesize bulker

  2. Hyundai Heavy gets first bite of IRISL newbuildings

  3. Cautious bulker owners turn to period charters

  4. The Spac is back as players return to dry bulk market

  5. FMG looks to take more control as other miners quit shipowning

  6. Sovcomflot talks tankers in South Korea

  7. Shipowners face ‘crisis’ as ITF rejects global pay plea

  8. APL already improving claims CMA CGM

  9. Fitch: Shipping outlook stays negative

  10. Price tag could hinder Hamburg Sud sale

CHARTERING REPORTS

Tankers

Suezmaxes move downward

Aframaxes continue to rise and VLCCs hold steady, but products tankers sink.

Suezmaxes
LR2s
LR1s
  • 02:17 GMT

Dry cargo

BDI falls below 900 points

Capesize rates took a hit this week while the index for panamaxes was the only one to recover.

Capesize
Panamax
Supramax
  • 14 Oct 14:50 GMT

Containers

Still unable to recover

The Hamburg Shipbrokers' Association index keeps hovering below the 300-point mark.

4,250 teu
2,700 teu
1,100 teu
  • 01 Dec 15:15 GMT

Offshore

From bad to worse for PSVs

Idle tonnage in the UK has meant rock-bottom rates for owners.

AHTS
Large PSV
Small PSV
  • 02 Dec 10:56 GMT