This week's top stories on ShippingWatch

Turbulent developments in the Indian port Pipavav brought APM Terminals under pressure. Annual reports from Norden, Torm and Scorpio. News from TPM in Long Beach and the new European Shipping Week. Here are this week's top stories on ShippingWatch.
Photo: Ed Wray/AP/POLFOTO/arkiv
Photo: Ed Wray/AP/POLFOTO/arkiv

APMT under pressure from Pipavav

Things have happened in relation to APM Terminals' Pipavav activities in India that were not meant for the public to see. But certain things indicate that the conditions resulting in the dismissal of three senior executives were known at the company's HQ in the Hague.

Did APM Terminals' HQ sanction Pipavav deals? 

Favoritism in India shakes APM Terminals

News from the West Coast

Søren Skou: The American market is on fire

The Panama Canal to reclaim its market share

Shipping's seven requests for the EU

The shipping industry's seven requests for the EU

Violeta Bulc: Shipping needs investments in people

Where are the sulfur sinners in North Europe?

Torm and the life line

Struggling Torm eyes the life line in a market that is currently booming:

Torm made USD 77 million operating profit in 2014

Torm seems a few weeks away from survival

Torm's aging fleet matches new eco-design vessels

Danske Bank: Significant potential in Hafnia Tankers

The dry bulk drama

The bad market last year, which resulted in Norden publishing a USD 416 million, seems unlikely to improve significantly in 2015:

Norden lost USD 416 million in 2014

Norden: Brutal dry bulk market will continue in 2015

Trust in Norden remains intact despite dry bulk collapse

Scorpio Bulkers lost USD 72 million in three months

Deutsche Bank downgrades Star Bulk again 

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