Bimco: Dry bulk headed for much-needed recovery

An increasing number of indicators point to an improvement in the much pressured bulk market in 2014. Now, Bimco offers a whole new scenario for a sector which has suffered tremendously in recent years.

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Following significant losses in dry bulk in recent years resulting in several carriers having closed down, positive trends for the near future are showing. Recently, a new Bimco analysis offers a scenario which signals a market change for the international bulk carriers maybe already in 2013 but most likely in 2014.

The positive Bimco assessment is caused by a number of factors:

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