30 January 2023
The CONGENBILL is a charter party bill of lading for shipments of general cargo under the GENCON charter party. The latest edition of this bill of lading is CONGENBILL 2022 . Copyright in CONGENBILL 2016 is held by BIMCO.
11 February 2022
This BIMCO COVID 19 weekly report for the week ending 11 February covers the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Argentina, Canada, Cuba, Israel, Maldives, NAMMA and the latest from the World Health Organization (WHO). Every week, BIMCO summarises measures imposed by governments for sea transport, including for crew change, as well as updates from United Nations bodies such as the IMO, WHO and International Labour Organization (ILO).
03 August 2022
July ended with a total number of 59 units added to the current orderbook.
13 July 2022
The newbuilding market continues to see healthy ordering activity overall last week.
06 July 2022
The newbuilding market demonstrated a healthy activity overall this week while being dominated by the owners’ hunger for Container vessels.
29 June 2022
Last week, the newbuilding sector recorded a strong level of activity across most of the segments with the Container carriers starring for yet another week and the LNG vessel orders coming next.
09 June 2022
The Dry bulk sector has the lion’s share of the previous week’s newbuilding contracts.
06 April 2022
Activity in the newbuilding market resumed last week, with a plethora of deals coming to light. For yet another week, we witnessed plenty of container newbuilding deals surfacing in the market, however, what caught our attention was the volume of dry bulk contracts; sixteen Ultramax vessels were inked, with ten of them being ordered from Chinese CITIC Group at DSIC yard.
16 March 2022
The newbuilding front was monopolized by container deals for another week with neo panamax sizes having the lion's share followed by four 2,800teu feeder boxhips. More specifically, French owner CMA CGM ordered four 7,700teu units at Samsung for a price of $123,3 million each.
23 February 2022
The newbuilding market has been quiet during the past week, with only three contracts coming to light. Among them, no dry bulk or tanker units were order ordered with LNG and Container sectors continuing to monopolize owners' interest.