Operators lease ships at loss as bulk slump bites

February 2012
American Journal of Transportation;2/13/2012, Issue 525, p20
The article reports that grain ship operators in the U.S. like Global Maritime Investments (GMI) will pay to lease their own vessels as the market condition gets worse.


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