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BBC Chartering expects black figures again

While the competition keeps talking about the crisis, BBC Chartering projects another positive result this year, a fact the company has kept to itself so far. One of the carrier's strengths is the many offices working closely together, the Managing Director for Asia tells ShippingWatch.

SINGAPORE

The big map of the world hangs on the wall in the small meeting room, and throughout the interview with ShippingWatch, the Managing Director for Asia at BBC Chartering eagerly points to the various countries as if the whole world was his domain:

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