Drewry points to improved dry bulk market by 2016

By the end of 2015 the dry bulk market will be doing much better than today, says Drewry in a new and fairly optimistic analysis. Fewer orders and new energy efficient vessels contribute to the change.
Tørlastskib fra Western Bulk
Tørlastskib fra Western Bulk

The crisis that is currently raging among dry bulk shipowners and operators will die down by 2016, estimates analyst agency Drewry, which has recently opened a department specializing in dry bulk analyses.

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