voyage charter


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voyage charter

n
the hire of a ship or aircraft for a specified number of voyages. Compare time charter
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Net time and voyage charter revenues for the three months ended June 30, 2019 were $69.4 million compared with $74.9 million recorded in the comparable quarter in 2018.The decrease in revenue was primarily attributable to the decline in the dry bulk market resulting in lower charter rates as well as the decrease in available days.
Both were previously under voyage charter, which requires the Company to shoulder all costs but provide for higher revenues.
Military Sealift Command's contracted voyage charter MV OCEAN GLORY recently conducted a backload of about 250 items in Thailand as part of U.S.
This was mainly attributable to the decrease in voyage charter income and dry docking maintenance of two vessels during the year.
charter party agreements: voyage charter, time charter, and demise or
7 Article 13.2 provides for carrier and shipper to agree for loading, handling, stowing and unloading of the goods to be performed by the shipper, documentary shipper or consignee as normally done for voyage charter (volume contract) which may include FIOST.
International tanker shipping company Concordia Maritime AB (STO:CCORB.ST) announced on Tuesday that it has renewed its contract with a major oil and gas company for a consecutive voyage charter arrangement for the P-MAX tankers Stena Provence and Stena Polaris, in the Asia-Pacific region.
Tokyo, Japan, Mar 18, 2008 - (JCN Newswire) - Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., Tokyo ("K" Line; TSE: 9107) is proud to announce that an en bloc deal of ten consecutive voyage charter (CVC) contracts, duration of which are for ten-year each, was concluded and signed with JSW Steel Limited and JSW Energy Limited, Mumbai-based companies both belong to O.P.
These vessels were excluded from the Command's approach because (1) Southern Command force protection officials have determined that DOD policies do not specifically include voyage charters as part of their antiterrorism responsibilities, and (2) Naval Forces, Southern Command, and Military Sealift Command, Atlantic, officials have not clearly defined antiterrorism roles and responsibilities for voyage charter vessels.
(MLI) for a voyage charter of three tugs and six barges (tandem tow) at a unit price for each tandem of $310,000.