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Newbuilding report dated 3 December 2019

11 December 2019

The number of freshly reported newbuilding orders is encouraging for the newbuilding market that has been seeing healthier activity in the past months compared to the first half of the year. The weekly newbuilding report by Intermodal Research & Valuations feature, include newbuilding prices for dry bulk-, tanker- and gas shipping segments. Additionally, recent newbuilding orders are listed by units, type, size, yard, expected delivery date and price.

Newbuilding report dated 20 August 2019

23 August 2019

The newbuilding market remained busy last week, with recently rumoured contracts consisting exclusively of tanker and LNG orders. The weekly newbuilding report by Intermodal Research & Valuations feature, include newbuilding prices for dry bulk-, tanker- and gas shipping segments. Additionally, recent newbuilding orders are listed by units, type, size, yard, expected delivery date and price.

Newbuilding report dated 19 March 2019

20 March 2019

Recently reported contracting activity is reaffirming the strong momentum the newbuilding market continues to enjoy, with interest for newbuilding vessels evident in all of the more conventional sectors, while containerships orders notably have the lion’s share in the list below. The sector, that has seen an impressive increase in 2018 shipbuilding activity, with contracting more than doubling last year compared to 2017, has kicked off this year with less appetite for newbuildings. The weekly newbuilding report by Intermodal Research & Valuations feature, include newbuilding prices for dry bulk-, tanker- and gas shipping segments. Additionally, recent newbuilding orders are listed by units, type, size, yard, expected delivery date and price.

Newbuilding report dated 26 March 2019

27 March 2019

In terms of recently surfacing orders, last week has certainly been quieter when compared to average weekly volumes throughout the first quarter of the year, with the order of four firm Handysize vessels in Japan certainly being the most notable, given that this is the second Handysize order during the year so far, which brings the total 2019 orders in the size up to eight. Compared to the first quarter of last year, this means that Handysize ordering is increased about 300%, which is quite significant especially if one compares this increase to the dramatic decrease in ordering of Capesize/VLOC vessels this years, which is estimated at -92%, outlining the difference in prevailing sentiment in the two sizes.  The weekly newbuilding report by Intermodal Research & Valuations feature, include newbuilding prices for dry bulk-, tanker- and gas shipping segments. Additionally, recent newbuilding orders are listed by units, type, size, yard, expected delivery date and price.

Newbuilding report dated 26 February 2019

04 March 2019

Despite the smaller list of freshly inked deals surfacing compared to the week prior, contracting activity in both the dry bulk and tanker sector remains healthy indeed, with the pair of Kamsarmax units ordered by Foremost Group bringing the number of firm 2019 reported orders in this size to thirteen. This translates to an admittedly impressive 30% increase for Kamsarmax orders year to date, which comes as additional confirmation that newbuilding activity continues to find inspiration much more on expectations of a stronger market in the next couple of years and less on the performance of the freight market in the year so far, which on its own has been anything but inspirational for additional ordering. The weekly newbuilding report by Intermodal Research & Valuations feature, include newbuilding prices for dry bulk-, tanker- and gas shipping segments. Additionally, recent newbuilding orders are listed by units, type, size, yard, expected delivery date and price.

Gulf of Guinea Piracy Continues to Threaten Seafarers – Industry Wants Action Now

10 June 2019

London: Friday, 7 June 2019.  Members of the shipping community, Flag States and Agencies from Gulf of Guinea gathered at the Headquarters of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for a day-long symposium on Maritime Security in the Gulf of Guinea. The event, co-sponsored by BIMCO, IMCA, ICS, ITF and OCIMF, featured speakers from regional maritime agencies as well as shipping officials, academics and military staff.  The shipping industry, along with seafarer groups, organized the event to highlight the continuing danger to seafarers operating in the Gulf of Guinea.