Environment and Sustainability

Is This the End for Bulk Invest?

Norwegian carrier Bulk Invest formerly part of Western Bulk has announced it will be filing for bankruptcy, suspending its connection with the Oslo Stock Exchange

Maersk Returns to UK Port after Decade

After more than a decade not visiting, Maersk Line has scheduled a return to the Port of Liverpool on April 13, 2016, through its intra-European subsidiary Seago Line, according to Lloyds List

US Cargo Outpaces Global Levels

Container cargo volumes grew solidly throughout 2015 in North American seaports with the Port of Miami having the biggest cargo increase

New Mega-Alliances to be Game-Changing

CMA CGM and China Cosco Shipping’s proposed mega-alliance is seeking to acquire another two shipping companies which would provide them with another estimated 3 million TEU

Overcapacity Makes Investors Jump Ship

Private equity firms are pulling back their investments in the bulk commodity and shipping industries as a result of excess funding that has exacerbated overcapacity within the industry

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