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This story originally published on Fairplay.IHS.com. The weakness in oil and other commodity prices until late 2016, combined with geopolitical instability, saw the volume of capital projects dwindle over the past one-and-a-half years and charter rates for multipurpose heavy-lift ships slump to historic lows. “We have seen companies drastically cut
This story originally published on JOC.com. Carriers began the year emboldened by improving freight rates in the wake of the tighter capacity caused by the collapse of Hanjin Shipping last autumn, but any optimism has faded as rates slid in the months since then, sapping liners’ demands for higher contract rates, according to consulting fir
This story originally published on Fairplay.IHS.com. New vessel orders are threatening to blight the container shipping sector whose growth remains subdued, meaning there is little hope of the trades coming into balance any time soon. The causes of this affliction are two-fold with global macro-economic growth sluggish and the persistent order