13 Things Junior Engineer Should Learn On Joining a Ship
A Junior Engineer when new to ship is surrounded by doubts, confusion, and fear. When new to ship, it is very...
Clarksons: A Quarter of Ships on Order to Be Fitted with Scrubbers
The time of the wait and see approach to the 2020 sulphur cap is over as owners and operators have realized...
The economics of a 36 year old containership
It was a photograph of a small containership that took my attention. She is currently operating for one of the...
Capital Link International Shipping Forum
PRESS RELEASECapital Link Signs A Strategic Cooperation Agreement with the Shanghai-Pudong GovernmentThursday, April ...
Maersk Line’s Reliability Takes a Nosedive in July
Danish container carrier major Maersk Line, a long-term top-performer when it comes to global schedule reliability, fell to the back of the ranking list in July, for the first time ever.
Newbuilding activity set for a pick up
Newbuilding orders are bound for a quick pick up of pace over the next few weeks, as buying interest from ship owners is more than active, in a reverse of the trend set over the course of the previous year.
SeaIntel: Each Alliance Should Close a Service to Cut Asia-Europe Capacity Influx
Each container carrier alliance will need to close one service in the Asia-Europe trade line so as to cut the significant capacity increase driven by expected phase-in of the new large vessels into the trade, according to SeaIntel Maritime Analysis.