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No Reprieve for Multipurpose Shipping Until 2018: Drewry

The last three months have been some of the worst the multipurpose and project carrier sector has endured in living memory. The breakbulk and project cargo sector remain weak, with little suggestion that volumes will improve significantly until the end of 2017…
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