Overall current orderbook levels are low on the whole both for tankers and dry and this is allowing the yards to manage orders efficiently which is one of the reasons why slippage- the amount of ships due to be delivered during a certain period that are shunted over to the next- levels have been on … [Read more...] about Has the pandemic had an impact on slippage and orderbook levels?
Tanker shipping was one of the few winners amid the global rout in stock markets and oil prices seen during the first few months of this year, in the face of falling industrial activity and weak demand as the world came to terms with the coronavirus pandemic. Over the last few months, we have … [Read more...] about Tanker groups emerge as oil market turmoil winners
17 November 2020 by Rebecca Galanopoulos Jones With a bleak outlook for tankers as we approach the end of the year and moving forward in to Q1, recent figures coming out of China are presenting some hope for the weak tanker market. The main economic indicators from Beijing are pointing to a … [Read more...] about China to the rescue: Country’s recovery a positive sign for otherwise gloomy tankers