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Dry Bulkers Still In Demand

来源:Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 作者:Nikos Roussanoglou 日期:2019-10-09

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Ship owners are still craving for dry bulk carriers, as evidenced by the latest weekly reports. Shiproker Banchero Costa said this week that “in the dry market 2 x Kamsarmax under construction at COSCO Zhoushan were sold en bloc at $29mln each basis prompt delivery. A Chinese built Panamax, the Genco Thunder, 76,000 dwt built Jinagnan in 2007 was sold at $10.4mln to Greek buyers. In the Supramax segment the Darya Mahesh, 56,000 dwt built 2008 by Mitsui was reported sold to European buyers at $12.5mln, two weeks ago the Torenia 56,000 dwt, built in 2007 by Mitsui was sold at $11.3mln. In addition, two Chinese built Supramax, the Lefkoniko and the Anogyra bouth around 57,000 dwt built in 2010 and 2011 respectively b Jiangdong were sold en bloc at $10mln each. In the Handysize segment, after offers were invited last week a 2008 Hakodate built 31,000 dwt, the Global Endeavor is now reported sold to Vietnamese buyers at $8.6mln. A month ago the sistership Elvira Bulker built 2011 achieved $10.2mln. In the tanker market a modern VLCC, the Nagaragawaabt, built 2010 by IHI was sold to Idemitsu at $48.5mln”, Banchero Costa noted.

In a separate weekly note, shipbroker Allied Shipbroking said that “the slowdown in terms of activity resumed this past week on the dry bulk market, with the slide in freight rates curbing investor interest. However, a fair number of smaller units, mainly Supramax and Handysize vessels, changed hands this week, with buyers seemingly focusing on the less volatile segments. In the case that freight rates correction continues to push on, activity is expected to remain at moderate levels, while the reluctance amongst buyers may well push for some further price correction to be seen. Softening in terms of activity was witnessed last week on the tankers side as well and despite the improved momentum noted lately in the freight market. A rebound though is anticipated, especially on the oil products segment, as investors are looking keen to return to the SnP market as we approach the end of the year. In the crude oil space, things are a bit more quiet and are expected to remain so for the time being despite the sharp boost in freight rates being noted”.

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