Shipbroker Howe Robinson completes first transactions at new Norway office

The newly opened Howe Robinson office in Bergen has just completed its first transactions, partner Sturle Waardal tells ShippingWatch. The shipbroker expects a stronger 2018 for the dry bulk market and "further recovery" after that.

With the new office in Bergen, Norway, shipbroker Howe Robinson boosts its focus on dry bulk. The open hatch niche segment is a "focus area." Photo: Bergen Group

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