Braemar Shipping Services plc has completed the merger with ACM Shipping Group Plc (‘ACM’). ACM will merge with Braemar Seascope, the shipbroking division of Braemar Shipping Services, to form a new combined shipbroking business, which will trade as Braemar ACM Shipbroking. Braemar ACM Shipbroking brings together two leading shipbroking companies and builds on their complementary strengths in tanker and dry cargo chartering and sale and purchase. The combined business will enable Braemar ACM Shipbroking to provide enhanced worldwide market coverage in these sectors as well as in the Offshore and Containers sectors. Now that the merger has completed, the New Ordinary Shares have been admitted on the Official List and dealings are expected to commence today 2014 at 8.00am under the ticker symbol LSE:BMS. Previous ACM Directors, Johnny Plumbe, Tim Jaques, Jürgen Breuer and Mark Tracey have now been appointed as Directors of Braemar, alongside the existing members of the Board, Sir Graham Hearne, James Kidwell, Martin Beer, Denis Petropoulos, Alastair Farley and David Moorhouse. James Kidwell, Chief Executive of Braemar Shipping Services plc, commented: “I am delighted to welcome all ACM employees to Braemar Shipping Services Plc. Our merger is driven by the overall vision of Braemar Shipping Services as the most valued provider of services to the shipping and energy industries
British shipbroking group Seascope Shipping Holdings Plc said its chief executive Duncan Hill resigned, effective immediately. Non-executive chairman Tom Young will step in as acting chief executive until a successor is appointed. The company said Hill had decided to further his career outside the shipbroking industry.
Shipbroking group Seascope Shipping Holdings Plc said that Tom Young, CEO and chairman, would retire from the roles and become non-executive chairman from September 30. Current director Duncan Hill is slated to become chief executive of the company from October 1.
Strategic Software has announced that StrategicIMX can now integrate all users of existing Strategic and Dataworks shipbroking software over the internet. A number of companies are already benefiting from IMX. US-based McQuilling Brokerage and Charles R. Weber are among the tanker brokers utilising the fully functional TankerIMX, a version specifically designed to cater for the tanker industry. E-Jan/DryBulkIMX, the IMX software for companies involved in dry bulk ocean transportation
Braemar Shipping Services plc issued an Interim Management Statement in relation to the period since the six months ending 31 August 2008: “Shipping markets have experienced a significant correction over the past four months and in varying degrees dry and wet freight rates and vessel values are sharply lower, mainly in response to the slowing global economic demand and the significant contraction in the availability of bank lending
Braemar Shipping Services PLC announce preliminary results for year ended Feb 29, 2012 OPERATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS · Increase in shipbroking chartering transactions and robust sale and purchase performance in a challenging market · Expansion of Braemar Technical Services with the purchase of Casbarian Engineering in addition to The Salvage Association · Significant role played by the Environmental division in handling the containers from the stricken RENA in New Zealand
British shipbroking group Seascope Shipping Plc expects year pre-tax profits of 1.8 million pounds, against two million last year, after contract delays impacted results. Seascope said its work on exchanging contracts to complete its merger with Braemer Shipbrokers was progressing. Due to the size of the deal it would be classified as a reverse takeover. The company requested its shares be suspended in relation to this.
Cutting the metaphorical ribbon for the official opening of the JSR’s new office in , Hon. L. Michael Henry, CD, MP and Jamaican Minister of Transport and Works, paid tribute to ’s position as a leader in the shipping world saying its maritime cluster embraces just about every sector of this multi‐faceted and diverse industry. He also used the occasion to outline the Jamaican government’s plans to create the island into a global maritime centre incorporating ship
Global shipbroker Braemar Seascope Ltd has underlined its commitment to delivering top quality market data and analysis by welcoming a new Research Manager to its London-based research team. Joining the research department is Mark Williams, an economist and consultant. Mark is a proven communicator and strategist and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience of the shipping markets. He has been tasked with reorganizing and boosting the capture
The Stewart Group, an international shipbroker, has added new depth with the appointment of Michael Braid to launch its specialist subsea and renewables business. "We're delighted Michael has joined The Stewart Group team,” said Paul Love, Managing Director of The Stewart Group. “The caliber of the appointment underpins our growth strategy in the subsea and renewables sector." The Stewart Group, which has offices in Aberdeen, London, Houston, Cape Town and Ghana
Braemar Shipping Services plc, an international provider of broking, consultancy, technical and other services to the shipping and energy industries, announced it has undertaken a major upgrade to its online presence through the launch of a new corporate website (www.braemar
Shipowners and managers will gather in Singapore next week to examine the strengths of their relationship and consider the state of the global shipping industry during the first International Shipowning and Shipmanagement Summit. Taking place at the Singapore headquarters of international
Shipping market prospects picking up after record downturn; shipbroker M&A deals have gathered pace this year. ICAP's shipping business is in merger talks with rival shipbroker Howe Robinson, the latest potential tie-up among sector players looking for scale after years of freight market
Top ship broker Clarkson is seeking to acquire Norwegian brokerage and investment bank RS Platou for 281.2 million pounds ($441 million) in a deal that would create one of the sector's biggest players globally. The deal would be the latest in an industry which has suffered one of its worst-ever
Braemar Shipping Services plc., an international provider of broking, consultancy, technical and other services to the shipping and energy industries, announced its full year results for the year ending February 28, 2013. Financial Highlights
The weather might be depressing, but the outlook for the city is anything but. Bergen’s shipping industry and maritime related services sectors are going from strength to strength, bullishly rebutting the worst of the waves caused by the ongoing global financial crisis
The boom in U.S. natural-gas supplies is boosting chemical exports to Asia, driving up demand for specialized ships that carry the products and sending freight rates to a five-year high, reports Bloomberg. Earnings for tankers carrying 20
The AHTS market bottomed out at at the end of last week at GBP 10K levels, however recent activity has seen and will continue to see rates increase, considers Westshore Shipbrokers. In the AHTS market the high availability in Norway from earlier in the week has come down with one vessel available
Shipping services provider, Clarksons, say they have appointed long time Asia expert, Jonny Maher, as Head of Dry Cargo for the Asia-Pacific. Based in Singapore, he will head up Clarksons' drybulk operations in the region. The move, they say
Deltamarin announced that so far a total of 103 B.Deltas and derivates have been ordered by several world-known shipowners at nine Chinese shipyards. The latest addition is the order of eight open hatch B.Delta37 bulk carriers by Polish shipowner, Polska Zegluga Morska P.P
Quentin Soanes and Jeremy Davies have joined the Sterling Shipping Services team. Having worked in the world of Sale & Purchase shipbroking for 36 and 30 years respectively, both Quentin and Jeremy bring with them a wealth of experience and are highly respected in the business.
On February 7, 2014, the United States, acting through the U.S. State Department (the foreign ministry of the United States) terminated all economic sanctions imposed against Associated Shipbroking, Monaco (ASM), under the U.S. economic sanctions against Iran
Nordic American Offshore Ltd. (NAO) announced that Tor-Øyvind Bjørkli will join the company as chief executive officer (CEO), effective April 1, 2014. Tor-Øyvind will be working from out of the Oslo office on the same premises as Orion Tankers; the chartering department of
Braemar Shipping Services will buy fellow British shipbroker ACM Shipping Group in the latest industry shake-up as players look to grow after years of freight market turmoil. In the biggest deal to date, Braemar, whose businesses include ship broking
Marking another order for Deltamarin’s B.Delta37, the first Chinese shipowner COSCO has ordered four 40,000 DWT Handymax bulk carriers at Tianjin Xingang shipyard in China. In addition to the latest COSCO order, 16 B.Delta37 vessels had previously been ordered at the Tianjin Xingang