DRY BULK

  • Lijepo sam rekao, i ponovit cu, da ce od 2020 do 2030 biti minimalno 10 pozitivnih godina, i to sa 100% vjerovatnosti. Naprosto ne vidim koji bi to faktori na stranama ponude i potraznje mogli ravnotezu dovesti do ijedne negativne godine. Znamo svi o cemu se prica.

    A ako se zbog globalnog zatopljenja isuše sva mora svijeta ? :huh:

    Dobra! :) :)

    Bolje je jeftino kupovati nego jeftino prodavati.

  • Lijepo sam rekao, i ponovit cu, da ce od 2020 do 2030 biti minimalno 10 pozitivnih godina, i to sa 100% vjerovatnosti. Naprosto ne vidim koji bi to faktori na stranama ponude i potraznje mogli ravnotezu dovesti do ijedne negativne godine. Znamo svi o cemu se prica.

    A ako se zbog globalnog zatopljenja isuše sva mora svijeta ? :huh:

    Dobra! :) :)

    plovit će po rijekama

    bez ocjena molim

  • Futuresi za Capesize, Panamax i Supramax vozarine za 01. mjesec malo iznad 10k $


    ma to je neka greška.

    evo, vidite da je u Kini med i mlijeko :S


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    "Likvidnost ne tražim, niti bih vam je dao!"

  • China Discussing Easing of Ban on Australia Coal Imports


    Chinese bureaucrats are discussing plans to resume some imports of Australian coal after a more than two-year ban as relations between the nations improve.


    The National Development and Reform Commission held talks Tuesday on proposals to allow four major importers — China Baowu Steel Group Corp., China Datang Corp., China Huaneng Group Co. and China Energy Investment Corp. — to make new purchases this year, according to people familiar with the matter, who requested anonymity to discuss private details. Imports could resume as soon as April 1.............. ;)

  • Piše gcaptain da je jučer bio najveći pad BDI-a od 1984. godine

    BDI je pao za -17,5%, a Capesize je pao za čak -27,7%


    Jan 3 (Reuters) – The Baltic Exchange’s dry bulk sea freight index on Tuesday posted its worst decline on record, pressured by waning rates across vessel segments due to weak demand from China amid surging COVID-19 cases.


    * The overall index, which factors in rates for capesize, panamax and supramax shipping vessels carrying dry bulk commodities, lost 265 points, or 17.5%, to 1,250, its biggest daily percentage drop since 1984.


    * The capesize index dropped 626 points, or 27.7%, marking its worst day in more than four months, at 1,635.


    Baltic Dry Index Rings in 2023 Logging Worst Day in Decades
    Jan 3 (Reuters) – The Baltic Exchange’s dry bulk sea freight index on Tuesday posted its worst decline on record, pressured by waning rates across vessel…
    gcaptain.com

    Kocka je bačena, alea iacta est :!:


  • China Discussing Easing of Ban on Australia Coal Imports


    Chinese bureaucrats are discussing plans to resume some imports of Australian coal after a more than two-year ban as relations between the nations improve.


    The National Development and Reform Commission held talks Tuesday on proposals to allow four major importers — China Baowu Steel Group Corp., China Datang Corp., China Huaneng Group Co. and China Energy Investment Corp. — to make new purchases this year, according to people familiar with the matter, who requested anonymity to discuss private details. Imports could resume as soon as April 1.............. ;)

    Mislimo da je ovo pozitivna vijest?! Za bulk pitam naravno. Jasno da je pozitivna za australijske ugljenokope :S

  • Many dry bulk shipowners will have to slow steam their fleets for their vessels to achieve a passing rating in the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) regulation that takes effect on 1 January 2023, potentially disrupting a dry bulk shipping segment hampered by geopolitical turmoil and a sagging global economy.


    The insufficient availability of alternative fuels, as well as ships equipped to utilize them, means that to score a passing rating on the CII, shipowners of older, less fuel-efficient fleets are likely to choose to slow their vessels.


    A relative lack of dry bulker newbuildings has caused the global fleet to age considerably in the last decade. The number of vessels on the water aged 11 years or older is nearly double the amount in 2010, comprising nearly half of the entire fleet.


    Shipowners are waiting for new technologies and legislation to force their hand into scrapping older vessels with carbon-intensive engines as steel prices associated with scrapping remain low compared to a strong secondhand market.


    Reducing the average speed of a Supramax bulker to 12 knots from 14 knots adds six additional voyage days when traveling from the US Gulf coast to China. This would theoretically raise the CII rating for the bulker to a B rank, up from a failing E rank, according to Argus calculations. The extra time spent traveling will block tonnage from replenishing global supply as quickly, which could shrink the available global fleet and boost freight rates as a result. Viewpoint: Potential ship slowdown may alter dry trade | Argus Media