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Capital Link Launches ‘The Knowledge Hub for Shipping’

NEW YORK – Capital Link on July 15 announced the launch of its new shipping website “The Knowledge Hub for Shipping” in partnership with major industry participants, with the intent to establish it as a source οf knowledge for the Maritime Industry.

The site is a combination of a data bank and a news source reinforced with Capital Link’s unique proprietary content from its own forums, webinars, podcasts, and interviews. It provides extensive information and data on the shipping and capital markets (freight rates, FFAs, indices, chartering and S&P activity, asset values, stock and bond prices and more), a bulletin board of analyst reports, a weekly video update from Jefferies, a roster of industry reports, extensive compilation of industry and company news and updates on financial, legal, insurance, environmental and regulatory issues. Content partners contribute their own proprietary data and literature – everything you need to know is here in one place.

A group of prominent industry personalities contribute their insights through Daily Blogs while Company Channels gives visitors the unique opportunity to access original content from a select number of industry participants – Shipping Companies,  Law Firms, Classification Societies, Financial and Investment firms and more.  

The site is for members only, but registration is free. 

More information is available online: https://capitallinkshipping.com/.

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