BIMCO Search Results

Results for:Ship building

Showing 51 - 60 of 140

Filter by area
Filter by location
Filter by content

Business case: Marine gas oil or scrubbers when operating in an ECA?

24 April 2013

Shipowners are faced with a number of important decisions in terms of investment and trading if they want to do business within the future sulphur limits of Emission Control Areas (ECAs). The deciding factors influencing the investment decision for installation of a scrubber are the fuel cost spread and the time spent in an ECA. In this article, BIMCO has tried to abridge the issue to facilitate decision making.

A premium of 25% on new-building prices is commercially viable for ECO ships

11 September 2012

We have been heard a lot of debate and speculation regarding the commercial viability and attractiveness of ECO ships and fears of a two tier market reflecting ship energy efficiency. As a natural consequence of the obvious uncertainties and in an effort to address these, BIMCO has undertaken a review, the result of which is outlined below.

From Beijing 2008 to London 2012 – Reflections on four extra-ordinairy years in the shipping industry and looking beyond

05 September 2012

All stakeholders in shipping realize that the business is cyclical, and the most important challenge is to predict the ups and downs and plan accordingly.  But few had in their wildest fantasies predicted the financial crisis that hit the world four years ago, and the significant drop in cargo volumes and the major impact this had on all shipping markets. 

Optimism is tangible, although ship yard overcapacity is the looming danger in the horizon

20 November 2011

If you work a little harder every day and do your work a little better and smarter today than yesterday, you will stand a better chance of running a successful shipping business. Those words of wisdom catch the optimism bubbling at the NAVIGATOR 2011 event in Athens, Greece. A business full of hardship in recent years has only drowned a few of the die-hard optimists within the shipping industry.

Record recycling activity stirs optimism in dry bulk

21 September 2011

In absolute numbers, 2011 is going to be the new Number 1 in terms of the greatest amount ever of dry bulk tonnage leaving the fleet to be recycled. We are on course for more than 20 million DWT to be demolished, with the potential of reaching 25 million if owners continue to be attracted by the relatively high demolition rates and freight rates fail to improve significantly through the remainder of the year.