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Scorpio Tankers falls into the red as poor market takes its toll

Newbuilding deliveries, low refining margins and lack of arbitrage opportunities combine to drag large listed player down

Management needs to be held accountable for vessel incidents

There should be no compromise on ship safety, says Aurora Tankers chief

DP World reports robust first-quarter volume growth

Box numbers up 5.7% in the first three months of 2017

Do not run ships like donkey carts, owners told

Discipline is the answer to self-inflicted problems in the shipping industry, owners claim

China box congestion spreads to other ports

Liner alliance reshuffle blamed as Qingdao and Ningbo terminals join Shanghai in facing berthing delays and rising yard density

Wan Hai in no rush to join containers consolidation

Vice-chairman Randy Chen says it remains to be seen whether consolidation is worth being involved in

Frontline files complaint against DHT in Marshall Islands

Update: DHT says complaint without merit' like the previous one in New York

China to have greater impact on shipping than Brexit and Trump, says Clarksons Research

One Belt, One Road initiative will be key driver of global trade, says chief

IMO's low-sulphur cap will boost tanker demand after 2020

Unlike other segments, tanker trades will benefit from disruptions to fuel supply

Power-sharing revamped at Seaspan

New executive committee to steer the company as gradual recovery in charter rates begins

Frontline files complaint against DHT in Marshall Islands

Move comes after firm demanded that DHT's board withdraw its poison pill

Regional solutions best way to fight piracy

ReCAAP model has proved effective in keeping piracy in Asia in check

IMO's low-sulphur cap will boost tanker demand after 2020

Unlike other segments, tanker trades will benefit from disruptions to fuel supply,

New power share at Seaspan

New executive committee to steer the company as gradual recovery in charter rates begins

Dry bulk best positioned to capitalise on regional opportunities

Logistics providers in the segment are poised to benefit from an integrated logistics chain, says Rhodium Investments

Trump's removal of regulatory hurdles is positive for shipping

Lower taxes will raise spending on consumer goods, which is beneficial for chemical demand, says Aurora Tankers chief

Panamax bulker earnings down 18% on waning US Gulf-China coal shipments

Month-long rally comes to an end with "disappointing" Chinese coal demand

LR product tanker trades see their bread and butter sliced

Soft Asian naphtha demand and newbuilding tonnage keep earnings low this quarter

Shanghai congested ahead of May rate rises

Fog and changes in vessel schedules are adding to loading delays, along with increased traffic from the Yangtze river, operators report

Future still bright for private independent shipowners

Shipping market will still be filled with other people's money but private owners have yet to lose their strength, say industry executives

Demolition to slow in 2017 despite pressure to scrap vessels

Increasing rates putting a halt on scrapping, but new regulations will send ships to recycling yards, says Clarksons Platou

Panama Canal gas transits 'surpass all expectations'

LNG vessel transits to nearly double by 2020, says ACP

Weak pricing the new norm for Wärtsilä's marine business

Challenging market conditions to persist, says engine maker's Roger Holm

Euronav's profit tumbles on short-term challenges

But medium-term fundamentals keep tanker giant buoyant

Demolition to slow in 2017 despite pressures to scrap vessels

Increasing rates putting a halt on scrapping, but new regulations will send ships to to recycling yards, says Clarksons Platou

Digitalisation 'is just a means to an end'

New technologies will only work if business processes change, research head warns

HHI secures $2.3bn in orders over the Jan-April period

The total contract value is the highest in three years

Zombie companies return to shipping

The spectre of zombies has returned to shipping, this time in the offshore supply sector

Wärtsilä's service focus pays off as marine demand stays soft

Order intake up 11% in the first quarter, buoyed by services division

Tanker market consolidation absolutely on the agenda, says Teekay chief

Tanker owners still in early stages of adapting to changing trade flows

Owners need to scrap larger dry bulk vessels for sustained recovery

Older vessels demolished are negligible in terms of capacity

Frontline puts new offer for DHT on the table

Update: DHT to respond in due course after John Fredriksen's Frontline puts the ball back in its court

Wartsila eyes year-end marine demand growth as first quarter remains sluggish

Order intake up 11% in the first quarter, buoyed by services division

Carriers join fight against counterfeit goods

Box lines have a role to play in preventing the other type of piracy

Tanker market consolidation is absolutely on the agenda, says Teekay chief

Tanker owners are still in the early stages of adapting to changing trade flows

Owners need to scrap bigger dry bulk vessels for a sustained recovery

Older vessels being demolished are negligible in terms of capacity

Baltic Exchange revives container index ambitions after SGX acquisition

New chief executive Mark Jackson also plans to launch LNG freight index and expand FFA offerings

Frontline puts new offer for DHT on the table

Undeterred by rejections, John Fredriksen's Frontline puts the ball back in DHT's court

Trump's removal of regulatory hurdles is positive for shipping

Lower taxes will raise spending on consumer goods which is beneficial for chemical demand, says Aurora Tankers chief

Concordia forecasts weak spot earnings for product tankers this year

High product stocks and newbuilding deliveries still weigh on rates, says Kim Ullman

Supramax bulkers slip in subdued week in Pacific

But the US is hot, with a spot fixture to Asia seen at $24,750 per day

West Africa leads suezmax rally with earnings up 49% on week

Owners ride on Nigerian exports as VLCCs seen as becoming too expensive for some charterers

The future is automated shipbuilding and modular unmanned ships, says Rolls-Royce's Levander

The first unmanned tugs will hit the water in 2020, with remote and autonomous technology making shipping safer and more effective

Can old shipping embrace new technologies?

The industry is moving at a slow pace, but change is on its way

West Africa leads suezmax rally with earnings up 49% on week

Owners ride on Nigerian exports as VLCCs seem becoming too expensive for some charterers

Box shipping revival too early to call

BIMCO report highlights the need for a sustained supply/demand balance and successful alliance implementation

Hope springs in Singapore as owners eye cautious optimism

Spring is in the air, and in the economic indicators at Singapore Maritime Week, but economic heavy weather looms large longer-term

Economics must trump politics in Brexit deal, says Platten

UK Chamber of Shipping warns of European port pain if a frictionless border does not remain post-Brexit

Shipping needs to define its 'why' to attract Generation Y

Industry needs to do some soul-searching to bring in and hold on to millennial innovators

Further liner consolidation required to boost rates

But second-tier box lines offer slim pickings for mergers and acquisitions