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Bulking down and seeking a niche

Dry bulk shipping remains under pressure, with many firms seeking new survival strategies as the shadow of consolidation looms large.
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Even though prospects in many sectors of the dry bulk shipping industry have improved this year and 2018 appears promising in most analysts’ forecasts, operating pressures remain intense and fiscal returns inadequate. Consequently, the pressures for some sort of consolidation in the industry are expected to continue.
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