Dry bulk fleet faces struggle to pass on sulphur cap costs
Environmental regulation has always been expected to spur on vessel scrapping and therefore affect the growth of the global fleet. But in the case of the dry bulk market, which is already hampered by tariffs and slowing Chinese growth, demolitions could be important in the sector’s fortunes
BIMCO and Drewry at odds about how demolitions will unfold next year — and the growth of the dry bulk fleet
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