New strategy and management at Ultrabulk to underpin sustained upturn in dry bulk

An increased focus on short-term trading and more autonomy in the seven business units are some of the elements in Ultrabulk's strategic recipe aimed at ensuring that the dry bulk carrier and its new management boost its earnings.

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Family-owned dry bulk operator Ultrabulk is gearing up to boost its earnings.

The ongoing upturn in the global dry bulk market must be harnessed to improve earnings, helped along by a new strategy and management, explains Per Lange, who is stepping down as CEO of Ultrabulk, which is owned by the Chilean von Appen family.

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