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BHP exec finds that congestion in supply chain is "eating up" bulker capacity

Congestion across the supply chain following the pandemic is currently eating up around 15 percent of the bulker industry, says CCO Vandita Pant at BHP. She predicts that the commodities market will remain strong, but sees no supercycle.

Vandita Pant, Chief Commercial Officer at mining company BHP. | Photo: BHP

Supply chain congestion following the pandemic is currently eating up around 15 percent of the capacity in the bulker market, assesses Vandita Pant, Chief Commercial Officer at mining company BHP.

"I think right now, we would reckon that congestion is eating up maybe 15 percent of capacity in the industry" said the CCO at Sea Asia conference held today.

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