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Ship scrap prices are now nearing the USD400 per ldt mark as bullishness sweeps the ship recycling market in the Indian subcontinent.  Full story >>

Maersk Line reported a second quarter (Q2) profit of USD339 million on the back of sharp increases in freight rates, while at the same time warning that Q3 losses from the mid-year cyber attack would be in the region of USD200-300 million.  Full story >>

The company made a 2Q17 net loss of SEK43.9 million (USD5.49 million) compared with a profit of SEK12.4 million in the same period last year.  Full story >>

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The offer represents a 37% premium on Songa Offshore's five-day share closing price and has been approved by the majority of shareholders.  Full story >>

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