Guangzhou Shipyard has won an order for six innovative chemical parcel tankers from a group of Scandinavian shipowners.
Jason Shipping has reported a net loss of $3.8m for the first quarter, an improvement on the loss of $6.8m posted for the final period of 2011.
Triton III has completed its acquisition of the chemical tanker operations of Nordic Tankers.
Triton Fund, which owns Herning Shipping, has agreed to acquire the chemical tanker activities of Nordic Tankers for $30m.
The International Parcel Tankers Association marked its 25th anniversary with a reception at the Naval Club in London last week.
Several subsidiaries of Berlian Laju Tanker have obtained orders from the Singapore High Court preventing their ships from being impounded while the group is working with creditors to achieve a consensual restructuring.
Eitzen Chemical reports a net loss of $154.0m for 2011, worse than the $113.8m recorded a year earlier.
FSL Trust has confirmed that subsidiaries of Berlian Laju Tanker (BLT) have defaulted on lease agreements covering three chemical tankers.
Odfjell SE reports “encouraging developments” in the chemical tanker spot market in the latter part of 2011 in its latest financial results.
PT Berlian Laju Tanker (BLT) has called a moratorium on its debt repayments; its shares have been suspended on the Indonesia Stock Exchange as a result.