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Queues of dry bulk vessels off China reach highest level in seven years

Over the past two weeks, the lines of dry bulk vessels anchored off Chinese ports have grown explosively due to congestion and new Covid-19 restrictions. "It's an operational challenge," says Lauritzen Bulkers CEO to ShippingWatch.

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Over the course of just two weeks, the lines of dry bulk vessels off Chinese ports have grown almost explosively due to congestion and new Covid-19 restrictions.

According to AIS data obtained by dry bulk operator Lauritzens Bulkers, 7.5 percent of the global fleet of smaller dry bulk vessels, including Handysize and Supramax segments, are currently anchored off Chinese ports.

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