Port of Amsterdam Striving to Become Future Ready

Port of Amsterdam

The Port of Amsterdam has embarked on a number of initiatives aimed at a more sustainable future.

NAT Sinks Deeper into the Red


NAT posted a net loss of USD 38 million for Q3, 2018, widening its loss from last year's USD 34.2 million. 

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OSG Expects to Benefit from Improving Market


Overseas Shipholding Group (OSG) closed the first nine months of this year with improved earnings.

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GoodBulk Upbeat on Capesize Market

Goodbulk vessel

GoodBulk believes secondhand Capesizes represent the most attractive risk adjusted return opportunity.

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Odfjell SE: 2018 the Turning Point for Chemical Tankers

Bow Precision

The chemical tanker market remained depressed during the quarter.

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Ullman Confident in Availability of Compliant Fuels

stena Imagination

Ullman: there will be enough approved marine fuels available across global ports to meet the 2020 sulphur limit.

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Fincantieri's Revenues Up, Total Backlog at Record Levels


Fincantieri's revenues increased for the first nine months of 2018, with total backlog reaching record levels.

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NCL Posts Record Earnings, Ups Full Year Outlook

Norwegian Cruise Line vessel

Norwegian Cruise Line reported record quarterly revenue and earnings, and raised expectations for full year 2018.

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Ardmore Not Going Down the Scrubber Route for Now

Ardmore Seaventure

Ardmore Shipping Corporation is refraining from installing scrubbers on board its tankers for the time being.

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Hapag-Lloyd Cautiously Optimistic for the Rest of 2018


Hapag-Lloyd's earnings improve due to a recovery of freight rates and a significant rise in transport volume.

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ICTSI's Profit Rises on Stronger Volume


ICTSI witnessed a rise in its earnings supported by an improvement in volumes.

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Finnlines to Build More Green Ships


Finnish RoRo and passenger services operator Finnlines revealed plans to order more environmentally-friendly ships. 

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Eagle Bulk Bondholders Approve Scrubber Amendments


Eagle Bulk: Majority of investors vote to approve ShipCo bond amendments to finance more scrubber retrofits.

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Golar LNG Reaps Fruits of Market Strengthening


Amid the improvement in the shipping market, Golar LNG closes Q3 2018 with an increase in net income.

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Matson Delivers Stronger Earnings, Raises 2018 Outlook


Matson delivered stronger results for the quarter ended September 30, and raised its 2018 outlook.

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Ocean Yield's Profit Rises, Weaker Results Lie Ahead


Ocean Yield delivered stronger net profit in the third quarter of 2018, but predicted weaker results ahead.

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Stronger LNG Shipping Rates Push GasLog's Earnings Up


GasLog saw record earnings in the third quarter of 2018, driven by an increase in LNG shipping spot rates.

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Better TCE Rates Push Dorian LPG's Revenue Up

Dorian LPG

Dorian LPG's revenues up due to an improvement in time charter equivalent (TCE) rates.

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Scorpio Tankers Widens Net Loss


Scorpio Tankers wrapped up the first three quarters of this year with a widened net loss.

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Capital Product Partners to Fit 14 Ships with Scrubbers

Hyundai Merchant Marine containership

Capital Product Partners is planning to install scrubbers on up to 14 of its larger vessels.

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Seaspan Corp Sees Record Results in 3Q


Seaspan Corporation delivered record operating results in the third quarter of 2018.

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Milaha Reports Rise in Profit


Qatar Navigation (Milaha) ended the first nine months of 2018 with a profit increase of more than 10 percent. 

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