Ultrabulk notes the first consequences of looming trade war

Threats of tariffs from the US and China have impacted the exports of agricultural products from the US over the past week. "We're short a lot of shipments out of the US right now," Ultrabulk CEO Per Lange tells ShippingWatch.

Ultrabulk is now feeling the first consequences of the looming trade war between the US and China, CEO Per Lange tells ShippingWatch.

He describes the potential trade war as a huge risk factor, and the political escalation has been felt by the carrier in the past week.

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