Shipping Cycles and Covid-19. MSI director David Jordan appeared as guest speaker on the Baltic and ICS lecture series. Click here to listen to the webinar
The coronavirus pandemic will lead global shipbuilding will slump by 10% over the next five years, compared with the last half decade, shipping analyst Maritime Strategies International (MSI) predicts. Read more in TradeWinds here
“MSI assumes that newbuilding contracting drops off further over the next four years before picking up again in 2024. This assumption stems partly from the fact that the sector is already heavily committed on the newbuilding front, and it will take some time for the industry to adjust and absorb the many ships scheduled to hit the water over the next four years”… Read more here
Major shipyards face further decline in the face of competition from China and South Korea. Read more in TradeWinds
Dr. Adam Kent presents at the OECD on the shipbuilding market, looking at vessel demand, supply side changes, emissions and the evolution of shipbuilding. Read his presentation here
MSI are delighted to have worked together with ABS on its industry-shaping Low Carbon Shipping Outlook – a very important initiative! Read more
The shipping market is emerging into an upward trend cycle but is ever more impacted by external factors, argues Adam Kent Read more
Bunker demand in 2020 will be determined by scrubber usage, fuel availability and the degree of global compliance, writes MSI’s Director of Oil and Tanker Markets, Tim Smith Read more
MSI is proud to be once again sponsoring the Marine Money event in New York on 14th November.
As part of MSI’s participation our Director of Consultancy, James Frew, will be debating shipping investment strategies and offering an insight into the most promising assets for those looking to place capital.
You can catch James on stage at 15:35 in a “battle royale” with Mark Williams, chaired by Scott Bergeron of the Liberian Registry.