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Successful GENCON 2022 seminars held in Asia – more to come in Europe, US

22 March 2023

Last week, BIMCO conducted three highly successful seminars on BIMCO’s recent GENCON 2022 voyage charter party for the dry bulk trade. The seminars , which took place Singapore, Seoul and Tokyo, were all very well attended with great engagement from a lively audience interested to know about BIMCO’s flagship contract in the dry bulk trade when it comes to voyage chartering. Almost 100 people attended the seminars in each of the three shipping centres.

Tonne-miles from US coal exports halved over 3 years

21 December 2016

Since Q1 2013, the significance of US coal exports has seen a considerable setback, with 2016 achieving the same levels as 2009. This is due to the long-haul routes carrying coking coal from the US East Coast and US Gulf Coast to East Asia not operating to the same extent and the EU is demanding less thermal coal.

Meet BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst in Singapore

01 March 2018

BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst will be visiting Singapore to be the moderator at BIMCO’s own seminar and networking event “Crude Oil Tankers: Road to Recovery” . Peter Sand will furthermore be participating in Maritime CEO Forum and a panel discussion at the 15 th edition of Asia Pacific Maritime Conference. All three events are hosted in Singapore and will take place on 13-15 March 2018.

Dry cargo market report dated 16 February 2024

19 February 2024

Capesize: The week started on a subdued note as Asia observed Lunar New Year holidays, all three major mining companies active in the Pacific, contributing to an upbeat sentiment despite minimal activity elsewhere.

BIMCO's Singapore office back in business

09 June 2022

BIMCO is very pleased to announce that its Singapore team has finally arrived in Singapore ready to spearhead BIMCO’s presence and activities further in Asia.

Container Shipping

17 December 2009

Still a long way to go before demand catches up with the massive amount of tonnage. Demand: Generally speaking demand is still pretty sluggish, but having said that, the future trends have already arrived. Intra-Asia trade is set to be where the volume growth is going to be strong.