China’s port congestion ties up 565 bulkers
Congestion outside Chinese grain and coal ports is affecting the sub-capesize segment, supporting freight rates in the process. Handysize earnings, for example, have gained for the 32nd consecutive day
Port congestion is mostly affecting panamax and supramax segments, which comprise more than 65% of bulk carriers waiting to berth, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence data
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