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  • Feedership values hit new low on market's uncertain outlook

    Secondhand boxship prices drop across the board as buyers wait on the sidelines

    Liner  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Ian Lewis

    Rina and Bureau Veritas differ on classing Iranian ships

    Eights ships owned by NITC and IRISL remain with Rina, while Bureau Veritas terminates its services

    Legal  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Max Tingyao Lin

    Yasa bags solid price on sale of LR2 as rate rises strengthen tanker values

    Turkish owner Yasa Holding has fetched a stronger-than-expected price for an 11-year-old LR2 tanker, indicating that rising tanker rates are now translating into higher ship values. Akmar orders ultramax bulker newbuilding in China The 116,000-dwt product tanker Yasa Golden Horn (built 2007) has gone to a Vietnamese buyer for $20m, European shipbrokers report. Yasa did not respond to requests

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Trond Lillestolen

    Jebsen Shipping secures third-party management contract

    Jebsen Shipping Partners in Germany has been selected to provide technical management for the first two Bengalmax containership newbuildings in the fleet of Bertram Rickmers' Asian Spirit Steamship Co (ASSC). It is understood the Jork-based company tied up the contract in competition with several large international managers, as well as medium and smaller-size outfits. HS Schiffahrts scoops up a

    Liner  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Geoff Garfield

    Waivers offer little respite to tanker owners in Iranian trades

    Even though their vessels are not subject to Washington’s secondary sanctions, non-Iranian owners are now unlikely to return to the Islamic republic

    Tankers  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Max Tingyao Lin

    Mitsui & Co signs deal for bulker trio at Yangzijiang

    Japanese trading house lifts total kamsarmax orders at Singapore-listed yard to eight

    Dry cargo  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Irene Ang

    Hagland back to Falkeid for self-unloading bulker hire

    Norway's Hagland Shipping is set to boost its fleet of self-unloading bulkers with a vessel on charter from compatriot Falkeid Shipping. Falkeid purchased the 4,600-dwt Falkfjord (built 1998) and converted it to a self-unloader for the charter contract with Hagland Shipping. Hagland Shipping charters bulker duo Hagland and North Sea form shipbroking joint venture in renewables It is the second

    Dry cargo  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Trond Lillestolen

    RSA quits fixed premium P&I marine insurance

    RSA Global Risk Solutions has said it will pull out of the fixed premium protection and indemnity market in a major reform of its London business. Marine insurers reveal losses from super yacht blaze at Lurssen New IUMI head looks to the future RSA is a major supplier of security to fixed premium marine insurer Lodestar but has not been happy with the profitability in the segment. It is underst

    Insurance  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Adam Corbett

    Number of scrubber-fitted containerships nears 300

    Yang Ming and MPCC add another 13 units to the total tally as interest grows from charterers for such vessels

    Liner  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Ian Lewis

    BW Dry Cargo quietly picks up kamsarmax bulker resale

    Latest transaction means the company will now welcome five bulkers from Tsuneishi in 2019

    Dry cargo  tradewindsnews.com 6 hours old Andy Pierce