06 February 2020
The outbreak of the novel Coronavirus has dented market sentiment and spooked markets around the globe. When China sneezes, we all catch the flu. This especially holds true for the commercial shipping markets, which remain heavily reliant upon China, both on the import and export side.
19 March 2020
The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the outbreak of the novel coronavirus a pandemic. There is little doubt that this will have significant implications for the shipping industry. But to what extent?
07 April 2020
BIMCO will host the Perspectives and insights on shipping amidst a pandemic webinar on 14 April 2020. The free 1-hour webinar will touch upon how the coronavirus has impacted the commercial shipping markets and what the future may hold.
24 February 2020
The outbreak of the novel coronavirus, recently dubbed COVID-19, continues to generate massive economic and financial uncertainty when it comes to China and global shipping.
23 January 2020
Peter Sand will offer his view of the most relevant future commercial aspects to the shipping industry in Athens at the Slide2Open Shipping Finance conference on 30 January 2020.
22 January 2020
Brazilian crude oil exports hit a record high in December 2019 with a total 8.7 million tonnes of crude oil exported, as China continues to turn to Brazil for crude.
16 April 2020
An overview of the reports and analysis available to BIMCO members.
09 October 2018
Total US crude exports to all destinations other than China hit a new all-time high in August at 6.96 million tonnes.
04 January 2018
2017 was a year of change. Much of it for the better, but a cautious approach is still needed for 2018 to maintain the progress already achieved.
11 January 2018
BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst will be presenting BIMCO’s shipping industry outlook at the INTERCEM Shipping Forum in Athens on 22-23 January 2018 and at Platts 11th Annual European Oil Storage Conference 2018 in Amsterdam on 25– 26 January 2018.