Lauritzen Bulkers CEO: "When the container rates decline, we will lose cargoes to the container carriers"

Macroeconomics and geopolitics are undergoing severe changes. What do the shipping companies’ top executives see when looking ahead into the rest of 2022? ShippingWatch has spoken to Niels Josefsen, CEO of Lauritzen Bulkers.

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Danish dry bulk carrier Lauritzen Bulkers, which is particularly active within the handysize segment, expects that familiar competitors will soon enter the field again to fight over certain parts of the dry cargo business.

Such is the statement by Lauritzen Bulkers Niels Josefsen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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