Noble bets on unstructured India

"The industry is sick," says Noble Chartering in an interview as the company turns its focus to India. Because with a dry bulk industry hit by overcapacity and the Chinese slowdown, the time has come to look for new market potential.

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Michael Nagler leads us into the first unoccupied meeting room with the revealing name "Earth." For now is the time to look out across the globe for new potential markets for Noble Chartering, explains the company's Head of Chartering.

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