Alphabulk: Dry bulk fleet has tripled since 2000

The global dry bulk fleet has skyrocketed with an annual growth rate of five percent since 1970. But today's market is split into far more vessel segments, which brings increased efficiency but comes at a high price, notes Alphabulk.

The number of vessels in the global dry bulk fleet has soared since 1970, and the fleet has become far more diverse with a long line of different vessel types.

Specifically, the fleet has grown five percent annually since 1970, and the number of vessels sailing dry cargo has tripled since 2000.

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