16 February 2011
Right now, all eyes seem to be on the Suez Canal as Egypt faces political unrest. Events have pushed the oil price above USD 100 per barrel for Brent crude
12 September 2016
16 June 2020
Transits through the Suez Canal, the beating heart of the Egyptian economy, have stayed remarkably resilient to the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic if judging by total transits of the three commercial shipping sectors which are up 8% year-on-year.
25 March 2019
Ted joined Ince & Co as a trainee solicitor in September 1994 and in the early years he was involved in a lot of casualty investigations, including trips to Lebanon, Egypt and Montenegro. He left Ince in 2001 in order to work for a P&I correspondent (Ausship) in Sydney where he was lucky enough to race a 16’ skiff on the harbour for two seasons. He then returned to London, re-joined Ince, spent 6 months on a secondment to Gard’s FD&D team in London, then became a partner in 2005. During this period he specialised in dry shipping and international trade. He has spoken at a number of headline industry events, including the Gard summer seminar. Ted retired from Ince & Co in September 2018.
10 February 2017
17 February 2017
06 February 2017
19 May 2017
11 April 2013
The first couple of months have been challenging for all ship sizes, but what was expected to become an extraordinary difficult year for Panamax owners has so far proven to be a somewhat positive surprise.
02 April 2019
Exports to China rose in January, reaching 1.4 million tonnes, up from only 69,079 tonnes in December and accounting for 30.7% of total US soya bean exports in January.