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Oldendorff: One can still make money in a poor market

Even though the dry bulk market is declining, one can still make money, explains Oldendorff’s Singapore manager, who in this interview with ShippingWatch explains that it is a matter of “reading the market volatility correctly.”

SINGAPORE

On the big white wall that runs the length of Oldendorff Carriers’ open offices, the world is spray painted in sharp blue and green nuances that make the world’s seas stand out especially prominent - perhaps not so strange considering that we are paying a visit to the world’s largest dry bulk carrier.

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