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Jan Rindbo: Dry bulk rates must rise to ensure profit

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They have seen the highest dry bulk rates in four years but it is still not enough, Norden CEO Jan Rindbo tells ShippingWatch. The carrier's bright spot came in the form of the struggling tanker segment.


BY OLE ANDERSEN
Published 17.08.17 at 14:59

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