• Chartering (shipping)

    Chartering is an activity within the shipping industry. In some cases a charterer may own cargo and employ a shipbroker to find a ship to deliver the cargo for a certain price, called freight rate. Freight rates may be on a per-ton basis over a certain route (e.g. for iron ore between Brazil and China), in Worldscale points (in case of oil tankers) or alternatively may be expressed in terms of a total sum - normally in U.S. dollars - per day for the agreed duration of the charter. A charterer may also be a party without a cargo who takes a vessel on charter for a specified period from the owner and then trades the ship to carry cargoes at a profit above the hire rate, or even makes a profit in a rising market by re-letting the ship out to other charterers. This video is targeted to blind...

    published: 07 Oct 2014
  • Modern Ship Brokering Services

    Companies like BrokerMeridian are bringing ship brokering into the 21st century. Their online vessel marketplace unites buyers & sellers from around the world in one place. Choose ship brokers with advanced asset management services like BrokerMeridian.

    published: 26 Mar 2010
  • The Bug Of Shipping | Vassilios Mougis | TEDxPanteionUniversity

    A deeper look into the shipping industry and its origins, as well as its importance for communities and humanity in general. Vassilios Mougis has over 27 years of experience in chartering and ship brokerage and is the co-founder and joint managing director of Doric Shipbrokers S.A., est 1994 in Athens. Mr. Mougis represents Doric Shipbrokers as a panelist at Baltic Exchange and is the non-executive board director for Navios Midstream Partners L.P., listed on the NYSE. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

    published: 25 Apr 2016
  • From Cadet to Captain to Shipborker - SM Berry, Anandisha Seafreight Shipbrokers

    Captain SM Berry Managing Director Anandisha Seafreight Shipbrokers While at sea, Captain Berry charted his course for career path ashore and settled on ship broking. Having done so, he commenced preparing for it. He decided that he would set up his business in Delhi which while being a long way from any sea port had the advantage of having the largest chartering volumes were with the Government of India based there which average 800 -- 850 fixtures per year. Having obtained his master's license he undertook a post graduate diploma in management, shipping at Plymouth Polytechnic for one year. Following on from this, he took his examination as a chartered shipbroker in the United Kingdom about 1977. He developed contacts in the shipbroking and shipping company circles and in 1981...

    published: 30 Oct 2010
  • Sam Shipping -ShipBrokers

    Sam Shipping.com

    published: 16 Nov 2012
  • Made in Germany | World Trade - Shipowners feel the effects of the financial crisis

    And the banks are reluctant to give securities. Trade is slowly creaking to a halt for lack of cash. But major transport doesn't work without securities. Dealers need securities so that they can make advance payments when they want to buy and ship freight. They only get paid when a sale is made. If dealers have nothing to ship, shipowners have nothing to ship. And cutbacks in the car industry for example, are also causing them problems. According to the association of Hamburg ship brokers and agents, profit margins for a ship with 2,500 standard containers have fallen by more than fifty percent since the start of the year. And Peter Krämer, managing director of the 'Marine Service Group', a major international shipper, has seen a dramatic collapse in profits. Dan Hirschfeld and Philipp ...

    published: 03 Dec 2008
  • Global Shipping and Financial Crisis 2016

    Daily Voice News - Economic Collapse http://dailyvoicenews.com Global Shipping and Financial Crisis 2016 Shipping industry faces worse storm than after financial crisis, warns Maersk boss The shipping industry is in crisis with sector giant AP Moeller-Maersk reporting plunging profits and its boss saying conditions are now tougher than after the global financial crash. The Danish-based business reported that annual profts had collapsed, falling 84pc after its oil unit was hit by lower energy prices and its container division battles anaemic growth in global trade and overcapacity in the market. "It is worse than in 2008," said Nils Anderson, chief executive, speaking to the Financial Times. "The oil price is as low as its lowest point in 2008-2009 and has stayed there for a long time an...

    published: 06 Aug 2016
  • 1st year Shipping Practice Contact Class 2016

    published: 27 Feb 2016
  • How to Find Shipping Vessels for Sale

    http://www.brokermeridian.com Interested buyers of shipping vessels for sale will discover that many shipbrokers today utilize the Internet to advertise their assets. A broker gives buyers and sellers of offshore boats the opportunity to connect with each other in an international vessel market.

    published: 22 Mar 2011
  • Procal Worldwide - We move the world to make your life easy..

    Procam Worldwide is a dedicated project logistics and global freight management company.Our global scale and deep expertise in managing complex, high value and trans geographical freight management makes us a preferred partner for worldwide freight mobility management.We offer cutting edge solutions and services in multi-modal transportation of project cargo management. Our air & sea freight forwarding, inland transportation, project chartering , ship broking, port handling and custom clearance services provides an edge to our clients delivery schedule. We offer these capabilities through our presence in 10 locations across India and across 6 continents through our International Agency Network. More Info : http://procamworldwide.com/

    published: 25 Aug 2017
  • NEWS FEATURE How the credit crunch has affected Greek shipping industry

    Piraeus - 14 November 2008 1. Various aerials showing dozens of cargo ships at anchor near Greece's largest commercial port waiting for cargo orders FILE: Piraeus - 15 January 2008 2. Mid shot of containers on cargo vessel 3. Wide top pan across commercial port 4. Containers near cargo ship Athens - 12 November 2008 5. Wide interior of ship brokers office 6. Set up of ship broker and managing director of Ace Chartering ship brokering company, Francois Savaricas 7. Close of Savaricas' hands typing on keyboard 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Francois Savaricas, Managing director of Ace Chartering ship brokering company: "The shipping industry is at the forefront of the free economy and we're the first ones to feel a recession as well as a boom. In this case, in this scenario what we're ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • World's biggest ship breaking yard

    Ship breaking is one of the most hazardous jobs in the world because most ships are used to carry radioactive materials, toxic wastes, extremely poisonous chemicals and oil. Not only does it directly affect the health of the workers, it is an environmental time bomb - as workers strip the ships marooned on the sea shore, there is severe contamination of the sea bed, eventually seeping into the marine food chain. We visit the world's biggest ship breaking yard, Alang.

    published: 08 Mar 2011
  • Delivering a world-class maritime workforce

    The UK’s maritime education and training is second to none. The Department for Transport Shipping and Ports Minister Robert Goodwill is joined by the leaders from some of the UK’s leading maritime training businesses who are investing for the future with apprenticeships and training to deliver new skilled talent and bring today’s youth into this exciting sector. Find out more about the publication of the Maritime Growth Study at the launch of London International Shipping 2015 here: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/major-maritime-report-launched-as-london-international-shipping-week-gets-underway Video Transcript: Robert Goodwill MP A successful maritime industry needs the right people with the right skills. The UK is renowned for its world class maritime training. The sector benefi...

    published: 08 Sep 2015
  • What is TRAMP TRADE? What does TRAMP TRADE mean? TRAMP TRADE meaning, definition & explanation

    What is TRAMP TRADE? What does TRAMP TRADE mean? TRAMP TRADE meaning - TRAMP TRADE definition - TRAMP TRADE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A boat or ship engaged in the tramp trade is one which does not have a fixed schedule or published ports of call. As opposed to freight liners, tramp ships trade on the spot market with no fixed schedule or itinerary/ports-of-call(s). A steamship engaged in the tramp trade is sometimes called a tramp steamer; the similar terms tramp freighter and tramper are also used. Chartering is done chiefly on London, New York, Singapore shipbroking exchanges. The Baltic Exchange serves as a type of stock market index for the trade. The term tramper is derived from the British me...

    published: 01 Feb 2017
  • Seabrokers Chartering

    Seabrokers Chartering is a Norwegian Ship broking company with offices in Stavanger, Aberdeen, Singapore and Rio de Janeiro

    published: 06 Oct 2011
  • DMCC Champions: Clarksons

    Clarksons, the world's leading provider of shipping services

    published: 27 Apr 2016
  • Ensign Ship Brokers - Dare To Dream

    Ensign Ship Brokers was established in 1980 and over the last thirty years has grown into the largest brokerage in Australia, with hundreds of listings on their database and networks extending worldwide. With four offices nation-wide and two international offices in China and Korea, we have an extensive range of listings and cater for all types of interests including yachts, powerboats, catamarans, cruisers, house boats and commercial vessels. We've travelled all over the world to source boats for our clients to places including the United States, China, Majorca, France, Malaysia and the Mediterranean to name a few. At Ensign Ship Brokers, we are continually evolving our business to deliver the best all-round experience when buying or selling your boat. We pride ourselves on listening ca...

    published: 09 Mar 2014
  • Alboran Ship Brokers SA dry cargo video full HD

    Alboran Ship Brokers SA is a newly established broking services company with a team of highly experienced professionals specialising in the Panamax market.. We aim to partner with our clients, charterers and shipowners, and provide a tranquil trading environment.

    published: 25 Nov 2015
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    published: 12 Jul 2013
  • Faces of Maritime Singapore - Sophia Low

    Meet Sophia Low, director & lead broker (offshore) at M3 Marine. For the first three years of her career, Sophia worked as a drilling engineer on oil rigs. Returning to shore, Sophia carved a successful career as a ship broker, and she has not looked back since.

    published: 25 Jul 2016
  • The Very Best Global Ship Brokers

    Online ship brokers are continuously working to improve ship brokering in terms of searching for, buying or selling vessels for sale. Online ship brokering makes the vessel purchase/sales and other asset management services easy and highly effective.

    published: 26 Mar 2010
  • Container ships and tankers laid up at sea in world recession 2009 News

    Hundreds of container ships freighters and tankers have been sitting idle off Sungai Rengit on the coast of Malaysia because of the global economic crisis Sky News reported on Friday. Nicknamed the ghost fleet of the recession the empty ships are rusting at anchor and have no crews and carry no cargoes. Shipping experts are saying that up to 12 per cent of the world s container ships are currently inactive Sky News reported. Shipping giant Maersk is one of those adversely affected. For the first time since it started business in 1905 Maersk has recorded a half-year loss according to Sky News. Ken Michie a shipbroker at nearby Singapore Container Port said the future of the industry is uncertain. We need to see exports increase out of China in a big way for us to see any form of recovery ot...

    published: 04 Nov 2013
  • Global Shipbroking Market Size and Trendss 2017 Edition

    MarketReportsOnline.com adds "Global Shipbroking Market: Size and Trends (2017 Edition)" report to its research store. This research report “Global Shipbroking Market: Size and Trendss (2017 Edition)”, provides analysis of the global Shipbroking, with detailed analysis of market size, and segmentation of the industry. The analysis includes the market by value and by segments. Complete report on shipbroking market with table of contents available at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/687636.html. Moreover, the report also assesses the key opportunities in the market and outlines the factors that are and will be driving the growth of the industry. Clarkson Plc., A.P. Moller-Maersk Group and Braemar Plc. are some of the key players operating in the global shipbroking market, whose company...

    published: 27 Oct 2017
  • Tango Shipping and Chartering

    Tel :+90 216 467 11 00 ( pbx ) Fax :+90 216 467 37 27 E-mail :tmmtr@tmmistanbul.com tmmtr@superonline.com www.tangoshipping.com

    published: 04 Mar 2012
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Chartering (shipping)

Chartering (shipping)

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Chartering is an activity within the shipping industry. In some cases a charterer may own cargo and employ a shipbroker to find a ship to deliver the cargo for a certain price, called freight rate. Freight rates may be on a per-ton basis over a certain route (e.g. for iron ore between Brazil and China), in Worldscale points (in case of oil tankers) or alternatively may be expressed in terms of a total sum - normally in U.S. dollars - per day for the agreed duration of the charter. A charterer may also be a party without a cargo who takes a vessel on charter for a specified period from the owner and then trades the ship to carry cargoes at a profit above the hire rate, or even makes a profit in a rising market by re-letting the ship out to other charterers. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Modern Ship Brokering Services

Modern Ship Brokering Services

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Companies like BrokerMeridian are bringing ship brokering into the 21st century. Their online vessel marketplace unites buyers & sellers from around the world in one place. Choose ship brokers with advanced asset management services like BrokerMeridian.
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The Bug Of Shipping | Vassilios Mougis | TEDxPanteionUniversity

The Bug Of Shipping | Vassilios Mougis | TEDxPanteionUniversity

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A deeper look into the shipping industry and its origins, as well as its importance for communities and humanity in general. Vassilios Mougis has over 27 years of experience in chartering and ship brokerage and is the co-founder and joint managing director of Doric Shipbrokers S.A., est 1994 in Athens. Mr. Mougis represents Doric Shipbrokers as a panelist at Baltic Exchange and is the non-executive board director for Navios Midstream Partners L.P., listed on the NYSE. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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From Cadet to Captain to Shipborker - SM Berry, Anandisha Seafreight Shipbrokers

From Cadet to Captain to Shipborker - SM Berry, Anandisha Seafreight Shipbrokers

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Captain SM Berry Managing Director Anandisha Seafreight Shipbrokers While at sea, Captain Berry charted his course for career path ashore and settled on ship broking. Having done so, he commenced preparing for it. He decided that he would set up his business in Delhi which while being a long way from any sea port had the advantage of having the largest chartering volumes were with the Government of India based there which average 800 -- 850 fixtures per year. Having obtained his master's license he undertook a post graduate diploma in management, shipping at Plymouth Polytechnic for one year. Following on from this, he took his examination as a chartered shipbroker in the United Kingdom about 1977. He developed contacts in the shipbroking and shipping company circles and in 1981 he broke from life as a seafarer setting up his business in 1982. Captain Berry explains the problems and difficulties that had to be surmounted in establishing his business on a firm footing. For anyone wishing to follow a broking career, he advises those interested to first get some experience within a broking firm before setting out on their own.
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Sam Shipping -ShipBrokers

Sam Shipping -ShipBrokers

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Made in Germany | World Trade - Shipowners feel the effects of the financial crisis

Made in Germany | World Trade - Shipowners feel the effects of the financial crisis

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And the banks are reluctant to give securities. Trade is slowly creaking to a halt for lack of cash. But major transport doesn't work without securities. Dealers need securities so that they can make advance payments when they want to buy and ship freight. They only get paid when a sale is made. If dealers have nothing to ship, shipowners have nothing to ship. And cutbacks in the car industry for example, are also causing them problems. According to the association of Hamburg ship brokers and agents, profit margins for a ship with 2,500 standard containers have fallen by more than fifty percent since the start of the year. And Peter Krämer, managing director of the 'Marine Service Group', a major international shipper, has seen a dramatic collapse in profits. Dan Hirschfeld and Philipp Bilsky looked round the port of Hamburg.
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Global Shipping and Financial Crisis 2016

Global Shipping and Financial Crisis 2016

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Daily Voice News - Economic Collapse http://dailyvoicenews.com Global Shipping and Financial Crisis 2016 Shipping industry faces worse storm than after financial crisis, warns Maersk boss The shipping industry is in crisis with sector giant AP Moeller-Maersk reporting plunging profits and its boss saying conditions are now tougher than after the global financial crash. The Danish-based business reported that annual profts had collapsed, falling 84pc after its oil unit was hit by lower energy prices and its container division battles anaemic growth in global trade and overcapacity in the market. "It is worse than in 2008," said Nils Anderson, chief executive, speaking to the Financial Times. "The oil price is as low as its lowest point in 2008-2009 and has stayed there for a long time and doesn't look like going up soon. "Freight rates are lower. The external conditions are much worse but we are better prepared." Maersk posted net income of $791m last year, against $5.02bn in 2014, sending its shares down almost 4pc after the results came in far below the $3.7bn analysts had been expecting. The performance was dragged down by a $2.6bn writedown on the value of Maersk's oil assets. The Baltic Dry Index, a benchmark for the health of the global shipping industry, has recently plumbed all-time lows. “Given our expectation that the oil price will remain at a low level for a longer period, we have impaired the value of a number of Maersk Oil’s assets,” Mr Andersen said in a statement. “We will continue to strengthen the group’s position through strong operational performance and growth investments.” The world's biggest container vessel Mary Maersk arrives at the port of Qingdao during its maiden voyage in Qingdao, China. The ship is the third Maersk Triple-E Standard vessel, (Economy of Scale, Energy Efficiency, Environmentally-improved), 400 meters in length and she can carry 18,000 containers. CREDIT: WU HONG/EPA In October, Maersk started cost cutting programmes for both of its two biggest units to deal with what analysts have described as a "perfect storm" for the business, which historically has found support from positive market conditions for at least one the two divisions. Maersk said Wednesday that 2016’s underlying profit will be “significantly below” last year’s $3.1bn. The Maersk Line unit’s profit will also be “significantly below” 2015’s level, which was $1.3bn. Maersk Oil will report a loss this year, it said. The unit currently breaks even when oil prices are in a range of $45 to $55 a barrel, the company said. Jonathan Roach, container market analyst at shipbroker Braemar, said the industry is being squeezed from all sides. "Global trade growth is basically flat and there's chronic overcapacity within the shipping sector that is not going to go away any time soon, especially with lots of new ships due to come into service," he said. "If you ignore the period just after the financial crash in terms of growth, then last year was the worst we've ever seen and it could be almost zero this year." He added that the opening of the widened the Panama Canal over the next few months will only see pressure on shipping lines to scrap smaller and older vessels as larger and more efficient ships will be able to use the waterway. Zombie ships send maritime freight into worst crisis in living memory "Maersk has been through a round of cost-cutting and the savings it can make may have now plateaued," Mr Roach added, saying that until the long-term trend of increasing international trade resumes shipping companies are likely to find themselves in a difficult position. "Eventually the industry will need all the new ships that they have ordered but it could be years until that happens," he said. "The industry could be swept up in a recession that lasts a decade rather than a few years." He added that to battle the stormy market, shipping lines could look to form further global alliances to ensure ships sail more laden with cargo, and merger activity could increase to create industry giants which can achieve economies of scale.
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1st year Shipping Practice  Contact Class 2016

1st year Shipping Practice Contact Class 2016

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How to Find Shipping Vessels for Sale

How to Find Shipping Vessels for Sale

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http://www.brokermeridian.com Interested buyers of shipping vessels for sale will discover that many shipbrokers today utilize the Internet to advertise their assets. A broker gives buyers and sellers of offshore boats the opportunity to connect with each other in an international vessel market.
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Procal Worldwide - We move the world to make your life easy..

Procal Worldwide - We move the world to make your life easy..

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Procam Worldwide is a dedicated project logistics and global freight management company.Our global scale and deep expertise in managing complex, high value and trans geographical freight management makes us a preferred partner for worldwide freight mobility management.We offer cutting edge solutions and services in multi-modal transportation of project cargo management. Our air & sea freight forwarding, inland transportation, project chartering , ship broking, port handling and custom clearance services provides an edge to our clients delivery schedule. We offer these capabilities through our presence in 10 locations across India and across 6 continents through our International Agency Network. More Info : http://procamworldwide.com/
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NEWS FEATURE How the credit crunch has affected Greek shipping industry

NEWS FEATURE How the credit crunch has affected Greek shipping industry

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Piraeus - 14 November 2008 1. Various aerials showing dozens of cargo ships at anchor near Greece's largest commercial port waiting for cargo orders FILE: Piraeus - 15 January 2008 2. Mid shot of containers on cargo vessel 3. Wide top pan across commercial port 4. Containers near cargo ship Athens - 12 November 2008 5. Wide interior of ship brokers office 6. Set up of ship broker and managing director of Ace Chartering ship brokering company, Francois Savaricas 7. Close of Savaricas' hands typing on keyboard 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Francois Savaricas, Managing director of Ace Chartering ship brokering company: "The shipping industry is at the forefront of the free economy and we're the first ones to feel a recession as well as a boom. In this case, in this scenario what we're going through is not so much a shipping crisis as a whole financial crisis. The lack of liquidity in the banks meant there's no cargos moving, so from one day to the other there's been no volume, no cargos, no movement for the ships. We've seen a major drop in the rates, of something going up to 90-95 percent of what we had compared to a few months ago." Piraeus - 18 November 2008 9. Pan of port starting on cargo ship in foreground with cargo compartment doors open and cranes overhead 10. Pull out from hook to show crane on cargo ship 11. Top shot of cargo compartment on ship Athens, 14 November 2008 12. Wide of Carriers Chartering Corporation ship brokers office 13. Set up of Harris Frangos, sales and purchase broker at Carriers Chartering Corporation 14. Mid of bell from ship 15. SOUNDBITE: (Greek) Harris Frangos, sales and purchase broker at Carriers Chartering Corporation: "As far as I'm concerned, we've hit the market's rock bottom because there simply is no market." 16. Wide of ship brokers at work 17. Set up of ship broker Nikos Panagiotopoulos 18. SOUNDBITE: (Greek) Nikos Panagiotopoulos, ship broker at Carriers Chartering Corporation: "Personally, the crisis has affected us in the sense that we had chartered ships for long periods of time - one, two or three years - with some companies that defaulted. So in that respect we suffered losses." Athens - 18 November 2008 19. Mid of cargo ships moored in port's repair zone (repair time has been extended due to lack of chartering orders) 20. Close of ship ropes tied to dock 21. Greek flags flying from ships' look out Athens - 14 November 2008 22. Set up of ship owner and president of StealthGas Incorporated, Harry Vafias 23. SOUNDBITE: (English) Harry Vafias, ship owner and president of StealthGas Incorporated: "The crisis has, at the moment, mostly affected dry bulk companies and container ship companies. The tanker and gas companies have been less affected because the freight rates for these kinds of ships have not decreased. An effect for all the companies has been the tightening of credit, which means the banks are far more reluctant to give loans." Piraeus - 18 November 2008 24. Pull out of cargo on ship to show cranes on cargo ship in foreground 25. Close of Greek flag Athens - 12 November 2008 26. SOUNDBITE: (English) Fran�ois Savaricas, Managing director of Ace Chartering ship broking company: "There's two different scenarios being presented, right now in the market. The first one is doom and gloom, that until the banks sort themselves out and the economies start picking up, we're not going to see any improvement in the market for at least 12 to 16 months. The other scenario is people have to eat, commodities have to move, so they expect within the next 2-4 months to start having some kind of normality, but we don't expect the markets to go back to the highs we've seen, as I said, last summer." Piraeus - 18 November 2008 28. Wide of cargo ships STORYLINE: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/af320c3aa7a65efa009933e5a9e013db Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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World's biggest ship breaking yard

World's biggest ship breaking yard

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Ship breaking is one of the most hazardous jobs in the world because most ships are used to carry radioactive materials, toxic wastes, extremely poisonous chemicals and oil. Not only does it directly affect the health of the workers, it is an environmental time bomb - as workers strip the ships marooned on the sea shore, there is severe contamination of the sea bed, eventually seeping into the marine food chain. We visit the world's biggest ship breaking yard, Alang.
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Delivering a world-class maritime workforce

Delivering a world-class maritime workforce

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The UK’s maritime education and training is second to none. The Department for Transport Shipping and Ports Minister Robert Goodwill is joined by the leaders from some of the UK’s leading maritime training businesses who are investing for the future with apprenticeships and training to deliver new skilled talent and bring today’s youth into this exciting sector. Find out more about the publication of the Maritime Growth Study at the launch of London International Shipping 2015 here: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/major-maritime-report-launched-as-london-international-shipping-week-gets-underway Video Transcript: Robert Goodwill MP A successful maritime industry needs the right people with the right skills. The UK is renowned for its world class maritime training. The sector benefits from significant input and collaboration with the world’s most successful maritime businesses. Bill Walworth The Maritime Skills Alliance brings together all the various elements of the maritime industry, including the regulator and the operator and the training providers. And between us we’re able to understand what it is that the operator needs to be able to operate their maritime units efficiently, optimising the skills of their crews. And the regulator able to say this is what you need to do to be able to fit the international requirements. Jamie Bullar Some students have got a real passion. They want to go deep sea. They want to go into the Merchant Navy or the Royal Navy. Some students want to do electro-technical courses - they want to go into shipbroking and ship finance and ship insurance Bill Walworth We have colleges using technology and the best trainers that are available around the world for us to offer the 4,000 students who already come here from abroad, who we hope will increase as the maritime growth strategy kicks in and the focus on people. Lizzie Dykes There’s quite a lot of foreign students that come to the UK to study. There was always foreign students at the college where I studied as well doing their actual watch, doing the mate’s ticket and doing their master’s ticket. So the UK is obviously quite a leader in the training aspect of it, and people want to come to the UK to gain a UK ticket …and the engineering behind how a ship works… John Chunley Where we are in the engine room simulator today, the students are sponsored by industry and shipping companies so they are working directly with industry and for industry. We work very closely with shipping companies and insurance companies, law companies where the undergraduates will undertake visits with industry so we're very much employability based. Employability is the theme within what we do and we try and impart that to our students in all of their work. Robert Goodwill MP For these reasons, we fully recognise the importance of delivering new skilled talent in the maritime sector. And we will continue to invest in our maritime skills agenda for seafarers, from apprentices to cadets to ensure that the UK remains a global leader in maritime training and development.
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What is TRAMP TRADE? What does TRAMP TRADE mean? TRAMP TRADE meaning, definition & explanation

What is TRAMP TRADE? What does TRAMP TRADE mean? TRAMP TRADE meaning, definition & explanation

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What is TRAMP TRADE? What does TRAMP TRADE mean? TRAMP TRADE meaning - TRAMP TRADE definition - TRAMP TRADE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A boat or ship engaged in the tramp trade is one which does not have a fixed schedule or published ports of call. As opposed to freight liners, tramp ships trade on the spot market with no fixed schedule or itinerary/ports-of-call(s). A steamship engaged in the tramp trade is sometimes called a tramp steamer; the similar terms tramp freighter and tramper are also used. Chartering is done chiefly on London, New York, Singapore shipbroking exchanges. The Baltic Exchange serves as a type of stock market index for the trade. The term tramper is derived from the British meaning of "tramp" as itinerant beggar or vagrant; in this context it is first documented in the 1880s, along with "ocean tramp" (at the time many sailing vessels engaged in irregular trade as well). The tramp trade first took off in Britain around the mid 19th century. The dependability and timeliness of steam ships was found to be more cost-effective than sail. Coal was needed for ships' boilers, and the demand created a business opportunity for moving large amounts of best Welsh coal to various seaports in Britain. Within a few years tramp ships became the workhorses of trade, transporting coal and finished products from British cities to the rest of the world. The size of tramp ships remained relatively constant from 1900 to 1940, at about 7,000 to 10,000 deadweight tons (dwt.). During the Second World War, the United States created the Liberty Ship; a single design that could be used to carry just about anything, which weighed in at 10,500 dwt. The U.S. produced 2,708 Liberty Ships and they were used on every international trade route. After the Second World War, economies of scale took over and the size of tramp ships exploded to keep up with a booming supply and demand cycle. During this time the bulk carrier became the tramp of choice for many owners and operators. The bulk carrier was designed to carry coal, grain and ore, which gave it more flexibility and could service more ports than some of its ancestors, which only carried a single commodity. Today the tramp trade includes all types of vessels, from bulk carriers to tankers. Each can be used for a specific market, or ships can be combined like the oil, bulk, ore carriers to accommodate many different markets depending where the ship is located and the supply and demand of the area. Tramp ships often carry with them their own gear (booms, cranes, derricks) in case the next port lacks the proper equipment for loading or discharging cargo. The tramp ship is a contract carrier. Unlike a liner, often called a common carrier, which has a fixed schedule and a published tariff, the ideal tramp can carry anything to anywhere, and freight rates are influenced by supply and demand. To generate business, a contract to lease the vessel known as a charter party is drawn up between the ship owner and the charterer. There are three types of charters, voyage, time and demise. Due to the explosion of liner services, and in large part, due to containerisation since the 1960s, the tramp trade has decreased, but is by no means forgotten. A contemporary trend in the shipping business called marketing mix has resulted in renewed interest in tramp shipping. To increase profits, liner companies are looking at investing into tramp ships to create a buffer when the market is down. For example, Mitsui OSK Lines possesses a large fleet with tramp ships and liners. With both types of shipping covered they are able to service a world economy even in a down market. The beauty of tramp ships is they are relied upon at a moment's notice to service any type of market. Even in a down economy there will be a market for some type of commodity somewhere and the company with the ships able to exploit that market will do better than the company relying on liner services alone.
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Seabrokers Chartering

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Seabrokers Chartering is a Norwegian Ship broking company with offices in Stavanger, Aberdeen, Singapore and Rio de Janeiro
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DMCC Champions: Clarksons

DMCC Champions: Clarksons

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Clarksons, the world's leading provider of shipping services
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Ensign Ship Brokers - Dare To Dream

Ensign Ship Brokers - Dare To Dream

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Ensign Ship Brokers was established in 1980 and over the last thirty years has grown into the largest brokerage in Australia, with hundreds of listings on their database and networks extending worldwide. With four offices nation-wide and two international offices in China and Korea, we have an extensive range of listings and cater for all types of interests including yachts, powerboats, catamarans, cruisers, house boats and commercial vessels. We've travelled all over the world to source boats for our clients to places including the United States, China, Majorca, France, Malaysia and the Mediterranean to name a few. At Ensign Ship Brokers, we are continually evolving our business to deliver the best all-round experience when buying or selling your boat. We pride ourselves on listening carefully to client's requirements and developing a clear idea of their needs before sourcing the perfect vessel for them. Our team of friendly brokers have vast experience in the marine industry and strive to introduce innovative stragegies to continue achieving exceptional results for our clients, including services like our exclusive and unique Priority Preview service. Finally, as a Marine Queensland accredited brokerage, you can be sure that Ensign Ship Brokers conducts business with the upmost ethical standards. These standards protect the interest of the boating public when purchasing or selling a vessel and mean there is a uniform manner of dealing with clients, including uniform listings, standard sales agreements, proper handling of funds and disbursements, as well as providing marketing and sales advice to achieve the best result for buyers and sellers. For the best all-round results, come to Ensign Ship Brokers. A World of Boats.
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Alboran Ship Brokers SA dry cargo video full HD

Alboran Ship Brokers SA dry cargo video full HD

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Alboran Ship Brokers SA is a newly established broking services company with a team of highly experienced professionals specialising in the Panamax market.. We aim to partner with our clients, charterers and shipowners, and provide a tranquil trading environment.
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HH Broker Presentation

HH Broker Presentation

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ADP on FIRE for the Broker Partnerships!!!
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Faces of Maritime Singapore - Sophia Low

Faces of Maritime Singapore - Sophia Low

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Meet Sophia Low, director & lead broker (offshore) at M3 Marine. For the first three years of her career, Sophia worked as a drilling engineer on oil rigs. Returning to shore, Sophia carved a successful career as a ship broker, and she has not looked back since.
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The Very Best Global Ship Brokers

The Very Best Global Ship Brokers

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Online ship brokers are continuously working to improve ship brokering in terms of searching for, buying or selling vessels for sale. Online ship brokering makes the vessel purchase/sales and other asset management services easy and highly effective.
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Container ships and tankers laid up at sea in world recession 2009 News

Container ships and tankers laid up at sea in world recession 2009 News

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Hundreds of container ships freighters and tankers have been sitting idle off Sungai Rengit on the coast of Malaysia because of the global economic crisis Sky News reported on Friday. Nicknamed the ghost fleet of the recession the empty ships are rusting at anchor and have no crews and carry no cargoes. Shipping experts are saying that up to 12 per cent of the world s container ships are currently inactive Sky News reported. Shipping giant Maersk is one of those adversely affected. For the first time since it started business in 1905 Maersk has recorded a half-year loss according to Sky News. Ken Michie a shipbroker at nearby Singapore Container Port said the future of the industry is uncertain. We need to see exports increase out of China in a big way for us to see any form of recovery otherwise we will see a lot of these ships sitting idle he told Sky News. Malaysian fishermen are not happy about the presence of such a great number of large vessels because it makes their job more dangerous. We are forced to fish in deeper water but it s really dangerous with these vessels passing by said Lee Liong Kok a captain of a small fishing vessel according to Sky News. Their nets have been damaged the shoreline polluted and their daily catch has become scarce Lee said.
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Global Shipbroking Market Size and Trendss 2017 Edition

Global Shipbroking Market Size and Trendss 2017 Edition

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MarketReportsOnline.com adds "Global Shipbroking Market: Size and Trends (2017 Edition)" report to its research store. This research report “Global Shipbroking Market: Size and Trendss (2017 Edition)”, provides analysis of the global Shipbroking, with detailed analysis of market size, and segmentation of the industry. The analysis includes the market by value and by segments. Complete report on shipbroking market with table of contents available at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/687636.html. Moreover, the report also assesses the key opportunities in the market and outlines the factors that are and will be driving the growth of the industry. Clarkson Plc., A.P. Moller-Maersk Group and Braemar Plc. are some of the key players operating in the global shipbroking market, whose company profiling has been done in the report. In this segment of the report, business overview, financial overview and business strategies of the companies are provided. Company Coverage: Clarkson Plc., A.P. Moller-Maersk Group & Braemar Plc. Shipping is characterized as the physical procedure of transferring a thing, commodities, merchandise goods and cargo from one place to other. The major components involved in shipping are: Shipowners, Charterers and Shipbrokers. Purchase a copy of this “Global Shipbroking Market: Size and Trends (2017 Edition)” research report at USD 800 (Single User License) http://www.marketreportsonline.com/contacts/purchase.php?name=687636. Shipowners, owns the ship and provide for commercial use for their own profit. Charterers, a person or the company who hires the ship/vessel for use to transport cargo. There are different types of chartering named as: Voyage Charter, Time Charter, Bareboat Charter and Demise Charter. Shipbrokers, act as an intermediary between ship owners and ship charterers. The different categories of shipbrokers are sales & purchase brokers, bulkers brokers, tanker brokers and container brokers. Shipbroking suggests a movement of ships/cargo which is an integral part of global shipping industry. The shipbrokers part is to act as a middle people amongst shipowners and the charterers who utilize ships to transport payload, or amongst purchasers and venders of ships. The different types of shipbrokers are sales & purchase brokers, dry cargo brokers, tanker brokers and container brokers. The global shipbroking market is supported by various growth drivers, such as, increasing global seaborne trade, falling oil prices, accelerating economic growth, rising global energy consumption, etc. Few Points from List of Figures Covered in Global Shipbroking Market: Figure 1: Components of Shipping Figure 2: Types Of Charters Figure 3: Types of Shipbrokers Figure 4: Global Shipbroking Market by Value; Sep10-May17 (US$ Million) Figure 5: Global Shipbroking Market by Segments; May 2017 Figure 6: Global Bulkers Shipbroking Market by Value, Sep10-May17 (US$ Million) Figure 7: Global Bulkers Shipbroking Market by Share, Sep10-May17 (Percentage, %) Figure 8: Global Tankers Shipbroking Market by Value, Sep10-May17 (US$ Million) Figure 9: Global Tankers Shipbroking Market by Share, Sep10-May17 (Percentage, %) Figure 10: Global Sale & Purchase Shipbroking Market by Value, Sep10-May17 (US$ Million) Figure 11: Global Sale & Purchase Shipbroking Market by Share, Sep10-May17 (Percentage, %) Figure 12: Global Containers Shipbroking Market by Value, Sep10-May17 (US$ Million) Figure 13: Global Containers Shipbroking Market by Share, Sep10-May17 (Percentage, %) Figure 14: Global LPG Shipbroking Market by Value, Sep10-May17 (US$ Million) Figure 15: Global LPG Shipbroking Market by Share, Sep10-May17 (Percentage, %) Figure 16: Global Offshore Shipbroking Market by Value, Sep10-May17 (US$ Million) Figure 17: Global Offshore Shipbroking Market by Share, Sep10-May17 (Percentage, %) Figure 18: Global Seaborne Trade ; 2010-2025 (Million Tonnes) Figure 19: Global GDP and GDP Growth Rate; 2012-2016 (US$ Trillion) Figure 20: World Energy Consumption; 2012-2016 (Billion Tonnes Oil Equivalents) Explore more latest reports on automotive market research at http://www.marketreportsonline.com/cat/automotive-market-research.html. About Us: MarketReportsOnline comprises of an online library of 2,50,000 reports and in-depth market research studies of over 5000+ micro markets. We provide 24/7 online and offline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market research reports. Contact Us: Hrishikesh Patwardhan 2nd Floor, Metropole, Next to Inox Theatre, Bund Garden Road, Pune - 411001. Maharashtra, India. Tel: + 1 888 391 5441 E-mail: sales@marketreportsonline.com
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Tango Shipping and Chartering

Tango Shipping and Chartering

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Tel :+90 216 467 11 00 ( pbx ) Fax :+90 216 467 37 27 E-mail :tmmtr@tmmistanbul.com tmmtr@superonline.com www.tangoshipping.com
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