- n. Plural form of charterer.
“The Athens bulk shipper said two of its long-term charterers decided unilaterally to pay only 50% of their agreed upon rates for shipping.”
“Demand for shipping is being driven by high demand for LNG, liquefaction projects due to increase exports, fleet renewal and conversion of existing short charters to mid term charterers.”
“Mr. Ellefsen said: "It's not necessarily black and white, but it makes you cautious, it definitely makes you cautious" about doing business with Chinese charterers.”
“That tragedy in his own life gave him the kind of insight into the charterers he scored in those films.”
“So far, no foreign shippers are known have openly declined Japan-related contracts, although some, with an eye on radioactive pollution offshore, have sought business terms that some charterers find hard to accept—for example, clauses that would allow shipping lines to divert vessels away at their own discretion if they consider radiation levels too high.”
“Then a time charter, Norfolk, Virginia, loading mysterious contraband coal and sailing for South Africa under orders of the mysterious German supercargo put on board by the charterers.”
“It is one of the largest charterers of ships in the world.”
“Some legal experts believe it could be difficult for owners of oil and charterers of single-hull ships involved in any future spills to avoid financial liability.”
“During the last few weeks, an increasing number of owners have decided that the risk is just too high to make the Gulf of Aden transit, and are persuading their charterers to allow them to make the much longer voyage around the Cape of Good Hope, despite the higher cost.”
“Well, we are the original MAGNA charterers...you, the "Dominion of Canada" and all.”
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