Tag Archives: ship chartering

Long-Term Transport Contracts Bring Benefits to Shippers, Too

Long-Term Transport Contracts Bring Benefits to Shippers, Too   BDI reached 498p, the lowest ever, on November 20th, and has since remained around 500-599p. Thanks to the continuing low freight rates due to an oversupply over an extended period, shippers are reaping benefits from lowered transport cost, whereas carriers have no choice but to operate… Read More »

Dry Bulk Market Sees Greater Influence of Large Shippers

In the current global dry bulk market, while large shippers exercise increasing influence, traditional shipping companies see their role shrinking. Large shippers have different strategies for owning and chartering ships, and more of them charter than own ships, thus exercising a strong influence on the shipping market.   Examples of large shippers chartering ships The… Read More »

How to Make Ship Chartering Contracts Easy

I Know What You did Last Ship Chartering Contract People take pictures of or write a journal about what they want to remember for a long time or what they consider to be valuable memory. Such experiences ordinarily stay beyond their memory and are easily called in when they look at or try to look… Read More »