Smooth strategy change at Lauritzen Bulkers

Lauritzen Bulkers has plenty of room to grow, says the carrier's president Peter Borup in an interview with ShippingWatch.
Photo: Pressefoto/Carsten Lundager
Photo: Pressefoto/Carsten Lundager

Lauritzen Bulkers is at an advanced stage of a smooth strategy transition away from being active as solely a shipowner and carrier in most dry bulk segments, with almost all of the company's weight now moved to its core business in Handysize with a fleet that currently counts 85 vessels. A fleet that Peter Borup, President of Lauritzen Bulkers, would very much like to grow in the coming years, he says in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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