Will van 't Hek
When more lashings than needed are applied to a cargo on board, unnecessary costs have been made and valuable time has been lost....
During January – a month when all eyes were on oil production cuts – exports leaving the Middle East Gulf (MEG) r...
As Canada’s largest port, Vancouver B.C has always been big on shipping. Now they have their sights set on becoming a world-...
Having returned from a lengthy business trip to Europe, one has the feeling that something is different this time with the shippin...
The dry bulk market has been in the doldrums for so long now that talks for a market recovery resemble the biblical story of Lazar...
The Maritime Executive
By Siri Wennevik and June Ho
Shipping loans, including export credit financing and lease financing, have been the traditional s...
Since the initial collapse of the shipping industry in the second half of 2008, many remedies have been proposed for a market reco...
The spectacular collapse of oil prices in the past nine months has generated much buzz and fanfare (see chart below). Investo...
The news coming out of the People’s Congress, that concluded last week in Beijing, sent mixed signals to the international m...
The present state of the dry bulk market has caught many people in shipping by surprise; the wave of the orderbook getting de...