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Around 7.9m dwt of crude and product tankers, 287,974 dwt of containerships and 6.2m dwt dry bulk carriers have been recycled so far this year, according to Lloyd’s List Intelligence data
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According to Lloyd's List Intelligence data, 72 units for 7.2m dwt have so far been removed from the bulker fleet. That is way below last year’s demolition level
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