Canada’s Port of Prince Rupert tonnage for 2017 totalled 24.1 million t, exceeding the previous record high of 23 million t.
According to BIMCO, 2017 was a year of change for shipping, but a cautious approach is still needed for 2018 to uphold the progress already achieved.
Martin Krafft, Vice-President, Shipowning and Technical Services, of Fednav, talked to Dry Bulk about how the company is creating synergies to address today's shipping challenges.
Reviewing the industry’s road to recovery, BIMCO has indicated that 2018 could be a year that shipowners should take advantage of.
ESL Shipping successfully moves into smaller vessel class with the addition of ice classed 3000 DWT vessels.
Dania Ship Management intends to extend ship management capabilities to include dry cargo in a partnership agreement with Clipper Fleet Management.
Algoma Central Corp. takes ownership of the Algoma Innovator, which is part of the Equinox 650’ class of self-unloading dry bulk lake freighters.