Dry bulk could be headed into new phase following 12-month upturn

Several questions loom in the dry bulk sector after a strong performance in 2021. No one knows what comes next, says CEO of Cargill Ocean Transportation Jan Dieleman. Nevertheless, he highlights one thing that evokes optimism.

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After a 12-month upturn, the strong dry bulk market now appears to be losing a bit of steam and seems to be headed into a more uncertain and unpredictable phase.

At least, several questions are looming as to how long the upturn will last. When asked about this, Jan Dieleman, CEO of Cargill Ocean Transportation, one of the world's largest dry bulk operators, responds that one thing is certain: The dry bulk market will see fluctuations.

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