Clipper's new CEO plans to buy more ships after tough years

Layoffs, vessel sales and office closures have characterized Clipper in recent years. Now the company is set to get a new CEO, and with him comes a more offensive strategy that puts vessel purchases back on the agenda, he says in an interview with ShippingWatch.

Amrit Peter Kalsi is the new CEO of Clipper Group. | Photo: CLIPPER

Clipper's new chief executive sets out on a new, more offensive path for the hard-pressed dry bulk carrier.

The years in which his predecessor Peter Norborg held the reins of the company have been characterized by major layoff rounds, vessel sales and closures of offices around the world to make ends meet at the dry bulk operator.

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