Will 2022 Rates Offer Some Relief for Tanker Owners?

Is 2022 smoother than 2021? The quickest answer is ‘no’. Following the tumultuous year of 2021, the new year could have remediated the issues yet recent developments and ongoing war only worsened the scenario in dire straits. Let’s get into details in regard to freight rates.  The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Report…

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Sail To The Equality: Females Who Tack Against The Wind

What is worth fighting for? For recognition, rights, freedom or equality. Women’s rights are a mixture of all. March 8 International Women’s Day is simultaneously a homage and awareness of the heroes of this long-standing struggle. Hereby, we want to introduce some of the important figures that changed maritime history historically dominated by men. This…

Top 10 Most Impressive Bridges In The World

The bridges are not just the way of getting A to B. Something is intriguing about them. Here are the ten examples out of countless impressive bridges in the world. Occasionally the history behind them or marvellous engineering brings them alive. For instance, sometimes when you cross the bridge you not only change your position…

Different Career Paths in Shipping Industry

The fact that 90% of world trade is done by ships provides many career opportunities in the world of maritime. Let’s take a look at the basics of career planning in the industry. The global market continues to increase with the effect of Covid. As international trade increases worldwide, so does the demand for shipping.…

LNG Ships: Risky Investment for The Long Term?

Major sectors of the maritime industry are investing in LNG fueled vessels. Let’s take a look at the situation. LNG is the only commercial viable alternative to conventional marine fuels for deep-sea transportation. LNG-powered vessels are one of the options that meet reduced emissions requirements. For this reason, major sectors of the maritime industry are investing…

New Covid 19 Omicron Effects on Shipping Industry

The spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant is a new topic of tension in the maritime shipping industry. It could deal another blow to supply chains The worldwide traffic congestion in the transportation bottlenecks will either continue or revive with 2022. If bottlenecks persist, freight costs will remain high. Cargo on ships will limited and…