New Clipper CEO is on track for the carrier's best result in years

Amrit Peter Kalsi took over the reins at Clipper shortly before the dry bulk market surged, and the CEO is now on course to deliver the group's best results "in many years". He points to the container market as a significant driving force.


Amrit Peter Kalsi's first year as CEO of the Bahamas-registered but Copenhagen-based dry bulk carrier Clipper CEO is almost over.

The market, which was severely strained for the past ten years, started out challenging but is now poised to reach its highest level in years.

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