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2024 Cargo Ship Forecast

2024 Cargo Ship Forecast

Growing concerns about climate change and carbon reduction have increased the importance of replacing coal with renewable energy, and the International Energy Agency (IEA) expects coal demand to fall significantly in the coming years. Given that coal is a significant driver of dry bulk demand, this could have a negative impact on dry bulk shipowners. 

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Top 10 shipowner countries/regions in the world

Top 10 shipowner countries/regions in the world

The 2024 list of the top 10 shipowner countries/regions in the world by total assets value of ships in the country where the beneficiary shipowner is located has been released. The report shows that there have been major changes in global shipowner assets value and shipowner strategies over the past 12 months, with Japan taking the top spot with a total fleet value of $206.3 billion, and Hong Kong, China...

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Bulk Carrier For Sale

Bulk Carrier For Sale

VesselsLink - Professional bulk carrier ship for sale 

1: What is bulk carrier ?

Bulk carrier is a kind of cargo merchant ship with the characteristics of large capacity, safety and efficiency. 

2: What does a bulk carrier carry ?

The first bulk carrier was built in 1852 and now specializes in transporting bulk trade items such as grain, coal, ore, cement, etc. Bulk carriers account for 15% to 17% of the world's merchant fleet.

3: What is a bulk carrier capacity ?

From small bulk carriers to large ore carriers capable of carrying 2000 tons to heavy tonnage (DWT) up to 400,000 tons.

4: Where are bulk carriers from ?

Most of the bulk carrier vessels originate from China, Japan and Greece, with more than Panamanian registrations. 82% of bulk carriers are built in Asia, with China building the largest volume by gross tonnage.

 

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The impact of the Red Sea crisis on the container supply chain and the forecast of the industry

The impact of the Red Sea crisis on the container supply chain and the forecast of the industry

  Preface The Red Sea is located between northeastern Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Its northern end is connected to the Mediterranean Sea through the Suez Canal, and its southern end is connected to the Gulf of Aden through the Bab el-Mandeb Strait. 12% of global cargo trade passes through the Red Sea every year, one-third of global shipping capacity is deployed on Asia-Europe routes, and about 20% of container...

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