Ship broker


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SHIP BROKER. One who transacts business between the owners of vessels and merchants who send cargoes.

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About 10.3 million deadweight tonnes (DWT) have been sold for demolition from January to April this year, compared with 11.2 million DWT for the whole of 2017 and 2.5 million for 2016, said Erik Broekhuizen, head of tanker research and consulting at ship broker Poten & Partners, Inc.
"When ship owners are quoting Libyan cargoes they double or triple the freight rate due to uncertainties," a second ship broker said.
After retiring from government service, he became a ship broker with Washington Maritime Corporation, eventually acquiring the company.
Terry Henderson, 28, ship broker, Sunderland: I suppose so.
LIVERPOOL'S oldest ship broker, SC Chambers & Co, has been acquired by Sanderson Maritime, backed by Merseyside Special Investment Fund (MSIF).
The fears come after figures compiled by international offshore ship broker, the Stewart Group.
Yun Kyong Jung, 52, a South Korean ship broker, and Jumpei Maeda, 67, a trader, were found guilty of violating the foreign exchange and other laws.
According to the indictment and investigations, Kim and Shimada collaborated with Yun Kyong Jung, 51, a South Korean ship broker based in South Korea, and three others in the illegal export case.
And what could be a greater distortion of facts than to insinuate that the Garvey Movement was compromised by petty thievery within the organization, deceptively ignoring the true fact that Garvey had been left exposed to Hoover's indictment of mail fraud when he was unable to produce a boat purchased with UNIA funds solicited by mail because the ship broker, a certain Mr.
But the City ship broker had a long face in London's Clerkenwell Court as magistrate Christopher Bourke gave him a verbal kick up the backside.
The ship broker moved into 3,600 square-feet in May.
"There have been several incidents where ports in China have been closed for two or three days at a time," one Singapore-based capesize ship broker told Reuters.