Last Tuesday, DryShips Inc. provided an update on its fleet including the latest on agreed sales and acquisitions.
The latest dry bulk news
Fednav Limited has reached an important milestone: the company has taken a delivery of its 60th owned vessel.
ASGCO has been recognised with the Export Leadership Award by the US Ambassador to Chile.
Sirius Minerals has secured a long-term lease for an area of land on the southern side of the RBT site. RBT has also agreed a long-term material handling agreement to export up to 10 million tpy of polyhalite from its facility.
The Indian company’s tender to buy ammonia from Trammo and CIFC cost US$25 – 70/t higher than the previously assessed India cost and freight price.
The vessel purchase transaction includes an aggregate of 13.725 million common shares of Star Bulk and US$145.0 million.
Today, an official sod turning event is taking place at the T-Ports Lucky Bay bunker site (Australia) to mark the start of the construction project.
AGEA will close its company structure and reform as the Australian Grain Exporters Council, a sector council of Grain Trade Australia.
ClassNK grants an approval in principle (AIP) to NYK Line and Japan Marine United (JMU) for the advancement of their joint project which is based on the LNG-fueled 200 000 DWT bulk carrier.