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Rob Willmington

Markets Editor

London

Rob has two decades of experience in maritime data, research & analysis and feature writing. He has contributed to numerous B2B maritime publications including Fairplay, Fairplay Solutions, Safety at Sea, JOC and Containerisation International. In addition, he has been involved in various research projects including the IHS Markit multiclient study: ‘What bunker fuel for the high seas?'.

Rob has a particular interest in global shipbuilding, ship design and technology and vessel supply matters in the container, cruise/ferry, dry cargo, ro-ro, vehicle carrier and tanker vessel sectors.

Latest From Rob Willmington

Containership charter market continues to strengthen

Tonnage providers are attempting to obtain longer charter periods, but are meeting resistance from liner operators with large newbuilding orderbooks

Containers Charter rates

Ship recycling sector bogged down by elevated shipping markets

‘A pervading theme of an unrelenting dearth in the overall availability of tonnage across global ship recycling markets has been enduring for several quarters now,’ said cash buyer GMS

Dry Bulk Tankers and Gas

Red Sea effect sees boom in secondhand boxship enquiries — but few owners are willing to sell

Geopolitics has increased inefficiencies of the global containership fleet and pushed up vessel values. But at some point a flurry of newbuilding containerships will cancel out vessel capacity mopped up by diversions

Red Sea Risk Containers

The week in newbuildings: Cruise sector revival

Carnival and Royal Caribbean both confirmed orders following a pandemic-induced absence from the newbuilding market since 2020

Week in Newbuildings Dry Bulk

The week in newbuildings: Tankers and gas carriers make up lion’s share of new orders

Furetank adds two intermediate product tankers to its existing orderbook, Capital Maritime pens dual-fuel LNG VLCCs, while NYK Stolt orders 38,000 dwt chemical tanker sextet

Week in Newbuildings Tankers and Gas

DFDS overcomes freight market challenges to deliver strong 2023 revenue

DFDS’ outlook for 2024 impacted by an elevated level of financial uncertainty because of high inflation and interest rates, and geopolitical tensions

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