Dry bulk rates to see marked improvement in 2021
Maritime consultant Drewry is expecting to see higher time-charter earnings next year based on assumptions that demand growth will outpace fleet growth
Dry bulk is in a recovery mode following the negative impacts of the coronavirus, and will soon be entering an expansionary cycle, Drewry’s research head Rahul Sharan says in an outlook presentation
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