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Cash flow

Cash flow. Cash flow represents the total funds that corporations generate internally for investment in the modernisation and expansion of the fleet or for making an acceptable profit. This is a method of calculating the revenue against the expenses. For vessels, the revenue consists of either freight or hire and the expenses can be classified and separated into different categories, such as:


Voyage costs—fuel consumption, port charges, canal dues…

Operating costs—crew, stores, insurance, maintenance, administration…

Cargo-handling costs …

Capital costs—financing structure, interest, capital payments…

Taxes—national corporate taxes, cargo taxes…

Dividends—to shareholders …

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