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    Shipping: How to achieve energy efficiency excellence
    There are so many factors influencing the performance of a vessel that many shipping companies find it challenging to determine where to start and how to continue. Not every possible optimization measure makes sense in every instance, and it takes knowledge and experience to identify the most promising parameters to address. Read more
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    Delivery of cargo without original bills of lading
    • It is common in a lot of trades, whether bulk or oil, to accept a Letter of Indemnity (“LOI”) for non-production of bills of lading. Although it is commonly accepted in many trades, the consequences of non-performance can be extremely serious for Members. Read more
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    Dry Bulk FFA: Capesize Index- remains bullish having made another higher high
    The trend remains technically bullish on both the weekly and daily charts in the Capesize index and continues to make fresh highs. The previous technical resistance at USD 20,657 should now act as a support. Downside moves that hold above this level would suggest upside continuation in the trend. Read more
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    Indian Thermal Coal Imports: Running Out Of Steam?
    For some time, India was a positive driving force in seaborne steam coal trade, with rapid import growth recorded between 2008 and 2014. However, consistently increasing domestic coal production has had a significant impact on Indian steam coal import demand in recent years and raises questions over the outlook for the country’s role in global seaborne steam coal trade. Read more
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    Dry Bulk: Capesizes to find further support from China’s Iron Ore and Coal Imports
    Dry bulk ship owners are enjoying the latest rally of the market, especially in the larger ship types. Despite the recent pause in the rates’ rally, shipbrokers appear to be optimistic that the rebound has more “legs”, as a result of China’s rise of iron ore and coal imports. In its latest weekly report, shipbroker Allied Shipbroking said that the Dry Bulk market continues to show a strong face amidst the favorable tail winds being seen, which have helped the Baltic Dry Index inch above the psychological barrier of 1,500 points. Read more
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    Global BCOs hit by 4th quarter of rising contract rates from Asia
    Contract freight rates paid by Beneficial Cargo Owners to move their products by container have increased for a 4th consecutive quarter, according to actual contract rate data from the Drewry Benchmarking Club. Read more
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    Bulk carrier Yangtze Harmony abandoned and adrift in South China sea
    Bulk carrier Yangtze Harmony was abandoned after water ingress on 200 nautical miles off Vietnam coast. The vessel with 20 Chinese crew remained adrift in South China sea after the engine room flooded and all propulsion engineering was damaged. The issued distress signal was requested immediate evacuation due to worsening weather condition and danger from sinking. The local authorities received the distress signal and MRCC Vietnam ordered nearest vessel, container ship ALS Apollo, to rescue the troubled crew. All the people were picked up on board of the container carrier and will be disembarked at port of Fuzhou. Read more
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