The new Maersk
This week was heavily anticipated by everyone interested in Maersk and the group's new strategy. CEO Søren Skov and his executive team explained to analysts and observers from across the globe what the new Maersk Group will look like.
Former Maersk Line CEO believes in Danish Ship Finance
Shipping bank Danish Ship Finance announced several news this week. The biannual report from the niche bank outlined a bleak future scenario for the shipping industry the coming years, while the bank's new chairman, former Maersk Line CEO Eivind Kolding, is eyeing opportunities for the bank to expand globally.
Danish government criticizes Maersk
It rarely happens that a conservative government has critical words for Maersk, but that was the case this week at a consultation in the Danish government concerning scrapping in India and the group's threat to out-flag EU vessels so it may continue to scrap vessels at non-EU approved yards.
New Nordic shipping bank sees light of day
Oslo Stock Exchange criticizes Axis Offshore
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The dry bulk market has improved, and this has prompted the order book for new ships expand and potentially strain competition in the years to come. Golden Ocean hopes that the environmental regulations hitting the sector in the years to come will result in more ships being scrapped, says the carrier in its annual report 2017.