Ship types could see their value increase by 30 percent in 2023

Ship database Vessels Value projects increases across all segments ahead of 2023, but some asset values will first have to drop further than where they are today. Get an overview here.

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An unusual 2020 with coronavirus, oil price fluctuations and delays at shipyards across the globe impacts investments in the shipping sector, and this is reflected in ship prices.

Ship database Vessels Value projects in an update that there will be increases across all segments ahead of 2023, but not before individual segments drop even further than is the case today.

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