Korea Development Bank, DSME’s largest shareholder and main creditor, and the Export-Import Bank of Korea said they would provide funds to boost the shipbuilder’s cash flow and convert its liabilities into equity to cut debt.
After falling in 19 of the previous 21 months, railway employment levels in the United States in February 2017 ticked up 0.28 percent from the previous month, according to recent data from the U.S. Surface Transportation Board.
The Athens, Greece-based containership lessor has entered into a Securities Purchase Agreement with Kalani Investments for the sale of up to 150,000 newly designated series B-1 and B-2 preferred shares, according to a statement form the company.
Registration takes less than 1 minute.
Capacity in the major east-west trades leveled out during fourth quarter 2016 as merger and acquisition announcements continued to filter into an already unstable market, according to the latest quarterly World Liner Supply Report from BlueWater Reporting.
What has been accepted as standard practice for decades - large shippers cementing big volume annual contracts with carriers and smaller shippers, forwarders and NVOs picking up the scraps on the spot market - is now being heavily scrutinized.
From ShipBob’s 40,000-square-foot warehouse in Los Angeles, one can get a window into how small retailers can leverage the power of the internet to potentially compete with the scale of larger online marketplace sellers.