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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.

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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.

Within the last year Lauritzen Bulkers has added a total of 36 ships to its core fleet, which also counts 10-20 Supramax vessels with purchasing and period options.

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