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Athenian Shipbrokers S.A. DEMOLITION QUICK UPDATE Week 46

19/11/2013
Despite the continuous local political tension, last week saw Bangladesh emerge as the market of the moment following a strengthening of local steel prices, with a few high profile deals being reported for Chittagong delivery. The rise of the Bangladeshi market was further assisted by the weak Download File[PDF]

GMS Week 46 - BANGLA BOUNCES BACK!

18/11/2013
A long overdue yet (somewhat) unexpected spike in Bangladesh ignited the international ship recycling markets this week. Amidst the ongoing political instability Read More[PDF]

GDSA - SECONDHAND / DEMOLITION / NEW BUILDING MARKET ANALYSIS - WEEK 46

15/11/2013
At the current week, 50 transactions reported worldwide in the secondhand and demolition market, up by 25% week-on-week with 58% increase in secondhand purchases and 25% lower scrapping volumes. The highest activity is recorded in Download File[PDF]

Athenian Shipbrokers S.A. DEMOLITION QUICK UPDATE Week 45

12/11/2013
Last week passed on a relatively quiet note, with Indian Buyers celebrating the Diwali holidays and being absent from their desks for any commitments on new tonnage. Pakistani breakers as usual followed their Indian
counterparts in the subdued buying sentiment.Download File[PDF]

GMS Week 45 - FINAL PUSH!

11/11/2013
With plenty of candidates of all types and sizes still in the market, it was surprising to see only one market sale concluded this week – into Bangladesh. Diwali holidays in Read More[PDF]

STAR MATRIX LTD- SHIP RECYCLING REPORT WEEK 44-45

09/11/2013
India: Diwali has come and gone , but market does not seem to have positive ray of hope. Sentiments have been oscillating between the uptrend and downtrend, which has kept local market Download File[PDF] 

GDSA - SECONDHAND / DEMOLITION / NEW BUILDING MARKET ANALYSIS - WEEK 45

08/11/2013
At the current week, 40 transactions reported worldwide in the secondhand and demolition market, up by 8% week-on-week with 8% decrease in secondhand purchases and 45% higher scrapping volumes. The highest activity is recorded in Download File[PDF]

GMS Week 44 - RARELY IN SYNC!

04/11/2013
Just as Pakistan and Bangladesh emerged from Eid holidays, Indian buyers disappeared for Diwali. Rarely have all three markets been firing on all cylinders together and Read More[PDF]

GDSA - SECONDHAND / DEMOLITION / NEW BUILDING MARKET ANALYSIS - WEEK 44

02/11/2013
At the current week, 37 transactions reported worldwide in the secondhand and demolition market, down 46% week-on-week with 54% decrease in secondhand purchases and 8% lower scrapping volumes. The highest activity is recorded in the Download File[PDF]

Athenian Shipbrokers S.A. DEMOLITION QUICK UPDATE Week 43

29/10/2013
The relative stability exhibited by the Rupee during the last month was the prime factor affecting cash buyers’ expectations for a quick market bounce, prompting the adventurous bidding and high spirits of the past few weeks.However, as local fundamentals on the shorefront do not seem to improve, Download File[PDF] 

GMS Week 43 - ANOTHER VL BITES THE DUST!

28/10/2013
For the second consecutive week, news of a VLCC sale at impressive levels reverberated around the industry. It appears that Pakistan is the market player when it comes to such Read More[PDF]

Athenian Shipbrokers S.A. DEMOLITION QUICK UPDATE Week 42

22/10/2013
With the Indian market appearing to have recovered from the worst of the currency crisis and the impressive numbers on show locally during the past couple of weeks, it finally appears that cash Buyers have begun to reconcile their adventurous bidding with the reality on the Download File[PDF]  

GMS Week 42 - DYNAMIC SHIFTS!

21/10/2013
Another strong showing from the Indian market this week coupled with a lack of sales tipped the power balance from Buyers to Sellers as cash buyers began holding out for prices on the Read More[PDF]

GDSA - SECONDHAND / DEMOLITION / NEW BUILDING MARKET ANALYSIS - WEEK 42

18/10/2013
At the current week, 39 transactions reported worldwide in the secondhand and demolition market, down 28% week-on-week with 37% decline in secondhand purchases and 6% lower scrapping volumes. The highest activity is recorded in the Download File[PDF]

Athenian Shipbrokers S.A. DEMOLITION QUICK UPDATE Week 41

15/10/2013
As the Rupee has stabilised at levels of around 61-62 to the USD, close to the exchange rate prior its depreciation rally in August, several cash buyers are reportedly betting in an impressive Indian market recovery with purchases reported at levels which are hard to Download File[PDF]  

GMS Week 41 - A TALE OF TWO MARKETS!

14/10/2013
A strange phenomenon emerged this week in the Indian sub-continent ship recycling markets. Cash buyers seemingly created a market all of their own, far detached from the local Read More[PDF]

GDSA - SECONDHAND / DEMOLITION / NEW BUILDING MARKET ANALYSIS - WEEK 41

11/10/2013
At the current week, 54 transactions reported worldwide in the secondhand and demolition market, no change from previous week with 12% increase in secondhand purchases and 20% lower scrapping volumes. The highest activity is recorded in the Download File[PDF]

Athenian Shipbrokers S.A. DEMOLITION QUICK UPDATE Week 40

08/10/2013
The Rupee’s relative stability these past three weeks appears to have re-affirmed Buyers trust in an Indian market recovery, prompting several purchases at levels which were reportedly higher than those on offer by local scrapyards, raising questions whether such prices will prove to be viable come Download File[PDF]  

GMS Week 40 - SPECULATION SENSATION!

07/10/2013
Some extraordinary market sales this week gave the market a new complexion going into week 40 of the year. For the most part, it seems as though (certain) cash buyers are still Read More[PDF]

GDSA - SECONDHAND / DEMOLITION / NEW BUILDING MARKET ANALYSIS - WEEK 40

05/10/2013
At the current week, 54 transactions reported worldwide in the secondhand and demolition market, up by 15% week-on-week with 11% decrease in secondhand purchases and 122% higher scrapping volumes. The highest activity is recorded in the Download File[PDF]
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