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Route Description
Size (MT)
Unit Value
Change
TD1 MEGulf to US Gulf
280000
18.59
0.29
TD2 MEGulf to Singapore
270,000
45.21
0.63
TD3C MEGulf to China
270,000
44.79
0.83
TD6 Black Sea to Med
135,000
86.44
0.56
TD8 Kuwait to Spore (Crude/DPP heat 135F)
80,000
97.39
2.50
TD14 SE Asia to East Coast Australia
80,000
99.19
2.31
TD20 West Africa to UK-Continent
130,000
67.17
0.24
BLPG1 Baltic liquefied petroleum gas route
44000
27.417
0.417

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Freight Market Scenario – 15.05.2018

May 16, 20180 Comments in

Asia-pacific Panamax Dry Bulk
Time charter rates in the Asia Pacific Panamax markets were steady on Monday.

Enquiries understood in market
IMR – 65,000 mt 10% – Coal (May 21-26) – Tarakan to Ennore.
SAIL – 75,000 mt 5% – Metallurgical coal (June 5-14) – Queensland to Visakhapatnam
Bhushan Steel – 75,000 mt 10% – Metallurgical coal (June 5-14) – Hay Point to Paradip

Enquiries understood fixed
SAIL – 75,000 mt 5% – Metallurgical coal (June 3-12) – Port Kembla to Visakhapatnam – at about usd 16.90/mt

Freight surmised to be
75,000 mt 10% – Thermal coal – Banjarmasin to Krishnapatnam – at about usd 8.60/mt and to Dahej at about usd 9.55/mt
75,000 mt 10% – Metallurgical Coal – Haypoint to Paradip – at about usd 14.35/mt and to Qingdao at about usd 12.90/mt
75,000 mt 10% – Coal – Richards Bay Coal Terminal to Dahej – at about usd 13.05/mt and to Paradip at about usd 13.35/mt

Capesize Dry Bulk
Freight rates for the Asia Pacific and Atlantic Capesize routes mostly held stable on Monday amid the quiet start to the week.

Enquiries understood in market
Kamachi – 150,000 mt 10% – Coal (June 5-14) – RBCT to Gangavaram. (Can try 100,000 mt 10%)
Kamachi – 150,000 mt 10% – Coal (June 15-24) – RBCT to Krishnapatnam.
FMG – Capesize vessel – (May 25-27) – Port Hedland to Qingdao
Rio Tinto – Capesize vessel – (May 28-30) – Dampier to Qingdao
Vale – Capesize vessel – (May 20-21) – Teluk Rubiah to Qingdao
Vale – Capesize vessel – (June dates) – Tubarao to Qingdao

Enquiries understood fixed
BHP – Capesize vessel – (May 28-June 1) – Hay Point to Qingdao – at about usd 9.95/mt.

Freight surmised to be
Capesize vessel – Iron ore – Port Hedland in Western Australia to Qingdao – at about usd 8.45/wmt.
Capesize vessel – Iron ore – Tubarao to Qingdao – at about usd 19.20/wmt.
Capesize vessel – Iron ore – Saldanha Bay to Qingdao – at about usd 14.35/wmt.

Asia-Pacific Supramax Dry Bulk
Supramax markets in the Asia Pacific started the week on a quiet note.

Enquiries understood in market
Visa Bulk Shipping – 50,000 mt 10% – Coal (May 19-23) – Tanjung Pemancingan to Paradip
TS Global Procurement – 55,000 mt 10% – Metallurgical coal (May 25-29) – Taboneo to Dhamra and Haldia
Visa Bulk Shipping – 45,000 mt 10% – Coal (May 26-31) – Samarinda to Zhenjiang or Nanjing

Enquiries understood fixed
ACC – 55,000 mt 10% – Limestone (Prompt dates) – Salalah to Paradip – at about usd 8.90/mt

Freight surmised to be
55,000 mt 10% – Coal – South Kalimantan to Paradip – at about usd 10.50/mt and to Navlakhi at about usd 12.00/mt
50,000 mt 10% – Coal – RBCT, S. Africa to Navlakhi at about usd 13.65/mt
50,000 mt 10% – Limestone – Mina Saqr to Paradip – at about usd 9.80/mt

Handymax/Handysize Dry Bulk
Handysize freight rates in the Pacific were unchanged on Monday.

Enquiries understood in market
COFCO – 30,000 mt 10% – Wheat (June 15-24) – Geelong to Indonesia
Pacific Aluminium – 30,000 mt 10% – Alumina (June 6-10) – Gladstone to Newcastle

Freight surmised to be
30,000 mt – Alumina – Gladstone to Lianyungang – at about usd 20.25/mt and from Bunbury/Kwinana to Lianyungang at about usd 19.25/mt

(THIS REPORT IS INTENDED TO BE INFORMATIVE IN NATURE AND THE FIXTURES/FIGURES REPORTED ARE ABOUT & WITHOUT GUARANTEE)

May 16, 20180 Comments in

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