Bottlenecks and inefficiencies are key upside risks for dry bulk market says MSIhellenicshippingnews.on August 20, 2020 at 9:00 pm

Bottlenecks and inefficiencies are key upside risks for dry bulk market says MSIhellenicshippingnews.on August 20, 2020 at 9:00 pm

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Summer may be drawing to close in the northern hemisphere but for dry bulk shipowners, the positive tone could continue into early autumn as port delays and diversions provide continued upside, says Maritime Strategies International. July was another positive month for the dry bulk sector, with average monthly spot rates rising to their highest level …Summer may be drawing to close in the northern hemisphere but for dry bulk shipowners, the positive tone could continue into early autumn as port delays and diversions provide continued upside, says Maritime Strategies International. July was another positive month for the dry bulk sector, with average monthly spot rates rising to their highest level …Read MoreDry Bulk Market, International Shipping News, TopsInternational Shipping News – Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide

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