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Vinalines to try its luck with second public share offering

2018-09-26T11:00:48+02:00

“The state-owned Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) will try a second public share sale of the remaining 480 million shares not purchased at its recent public offering early September, reported Vietnam News. The company…

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Blue Ocean Maritime to Raise USD 250 Mn in London IPO

2018-09-26T10:00:36+02:00

“An investment trust lending to privately-owned shipping companies, Blue Ocean Maritime Income (BMAR), is looking to raise USD 250 million. Namely, the firm revealed that it is to launch an initial public offering (IPO) on the…

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Moody’s Reviews NYK for Rating Downgrade

2018-09-26T09:00:50+02:00

“The Baa3 issuer rating of Japan’s shipping major Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) has been placed on review for downgrade, according to Moody’s rating agency. “We expect NYK’s leverage will likely stay at its high level…

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Drewry: Greenfield Projects in Decline

2018-09-26T08:00:15+02:00

” There are relatively few greenfield projects currently in the ports sector compared to the past, despite there now being a larger market for them, Drewry has said. Drewry’s Container Ports briefing ‘Where have all the…

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