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SM Line wants to operate 25 routes in five years

South Korea's new container carrier, SM Line, which is built mainly on the remains of collapsed Hanjin Shipping, plans to kick off operations with as many as nine routes this year. The carrier then wants to grow to 41 ships on 25 routes over the next five years.

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Diamond S pulls 18 vessels out of Norden's tanker pool

Diamond S Shipping, controlled by current US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, is pulling its vessels out of Norden's tanker pool and Scorpio for strategic reasons. "Not a problem for us," says Søren Huscher, CEO of Norient Product Pool.

The extensive Monjasa fraud case to begin Monday

It cost Monjasa founder Jan Jacobsen a prison sentence of 3.5 years and a DKK 10 million fine for the firm when they were convicted of extensive fraud last year in a municipal court in Denmark. Now the appeal case will begin at the Danish national court Vestre Landsret.

Bulk shares have surged in 2017

Investors are now also thought to believe in a stable recovery in bulk, where the largest shares have been through significant price increases throughout 2017. One carrier in particular has experienced a huge price increase.

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