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Drewry to scrutinise multipurpose prospects  

Global shipping consultancy Drewry is hosting a free webinar later this month, looking at the recent trends and outlook for the multipurpose shipping market, covering both the breakbulk and project cargo sectors. 

The webinar will analyse the development of cargo demand, fleet development, supply and demand balance and how these will affect freight rates and asset values.  

Drawing on key findings from the most recent edition of Drewry’s Multipurpose Shipping Forecaster report, the webinar will take place at 09.00 GMT and again at 16.00 GMT on January 15, 2019. 

HLPFI readers can register their start time preference using the links below: 

09.00 GMT 

16.00 GMT

The event will be hosted by Susan Oatway, senior analyst for multipurpose and breakbulk shipping and Martin Dixon, director of research products at Drewry. Both executives will be available to take questions following the short 20-minute presentation.  

www.drewry.co.uk

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