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HSH Nordbank preparing new large divestments

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German shipping bank HSH Nordbank is preparing several major divestments in an effort to rid itself of the debt resulting from the bank's shipping portfolio, HSH Nordbank's Head of Domestic Shipping tells ShippingWatch.

Hafnia Management opens office in Houston

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From October 1 2014, Hafnia Management CEO Anders Engholm expects that the company will be established in the US South, where the refineries are producing at full speed.

Russians acquire big German shipyard group

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Following many months of back-and-forth negotiations, Russian shipyard group Nordic Yards has now acquired the bankrupt yard Volksverft in Stralsund, Germany.

Univan: We will manage 130 ships by 2015

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Ship management looks set to face a very good year. Hong Kong-based Univan expects growth rates of 15-20 percent, says CEO Bjørn Højgaard in an interview with ShippingWatch.

Kuehne+Nagel present strong 1Q bottom line

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Kuehne+Nagel achieved a big profit in the first quarter in spite of a less than impressive top line.

Thome Ship Management eyes 15 percent growth in 2014

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Following a year of several breached contracts with Asian carriers Thome Ship Management in Singapore now clearly feels the dawning optimism. "2014 could bring 10-15 percent growth," says CEO.

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John Fredriksen establishes new Capesize carrier

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The two John Fredriksen-owned companies Knightsbridge Tankers Limited and Frontline 2012 are combining their fleets of major dry bulk vessels.

HSH Nordbank preparing new large divestments

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German shipping bank HSH Nordbank is preparing several major divestments in an effort to rid itself of the debt resulting from the bank's shipping portfolio, HSH Nordbank's Head of Domestic Shipping tells ShippingWatch.

Norden: We're hit by ten-year low on the Atlantic

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Dry bulk rates on the Atlantic took a deep dive in the first quarter of the year. This development has hit Norden, but things will get better, says the carrier's Chairman.

Danish organizations call for massive EU sulphur control

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In a joint appeal to Danish Minister for the Environment Kirsten Brosbøl, several organizations call for the Danish government to raise an issue with the EU concerning insufficient controls of ships' fuel in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.

Hafnia Management opens office in Houston

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From October 1 2014, Hafnia Management CEO Anders Engholm expects that the company will be established in the US South, where the refineries are producing at full speed.

IMB: Pirate attacks reach seven-year low

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The pirates were not very active in the first quarter of 2014, but it may still be too early to rejoice, says the International Maritime Bureau.


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