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Dry Bulk Shipping

13 April 2010

A strong Chinese steel market is set to cushion the flood of new Capesize vessels entering the dry bulk fleet

Bulk Terminals Riga 2021

06 October 2021

BIMCO's Chief Shipping Analyst Peter Sand will attend Bulk Terminals Riga 2021, an online event aimed at the entire dry bulk market on the concern of operators. The event will take place from 18-22 October, and where Peter will be speaking in the "Markets and Opportunities" session the 18 October between 12:00 – 15:00 GMT.

Dry Bulk Shipping

10 February 2010

Solid demand picture in a stabilized market but a tsunami of ships are expected to be launched in 2010

Perspectives on future dry bulk trends

14 April 2011

Chief Shipping Analyst at BIMCO, Peter Sand, chaired and spoke this week at the 3rd European Dry Bulk Shipping Market Outlook Conference in Istanbul

Dry Bulk Shipping

15 December 2009

Enjoy the ride while it lasts - before over-supply of capacity takes over. Demand: Chinese imports of iron ore and coal have been the dominating factor throughout the year

Dry bulk fleet exceeds 800 mill DWT as supply surges

09 March 2017

The dry bulk fleet exceeded 800 mill DWT in January 2017, as the dry bulk fleet grew by 2.6% year on year. BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst Peter Sand expects the dry bulk fleet to grow 1.6% for the full year in 2017, if the projected demolition activity of 19 mill DWT is realised. The declining growth rate from the panamax, supramax and handysize segments was absorbed by a growing capesize fleet; the total fleet growth was stable in 2016.

Demolition age drops as the dry bulk market enters another challenging year

05 February 2016

The dry bulk market faced a lot of headwind in 2015 as dwindling demand and over-supply created very unfavourable market conditions. 2016 has shown no improvements so far and prospects for the rest of the year are not looking promising. With poor earnings across the board the average scrapping age has dropped among all the dry bulk segments.