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May 2023

Dry Bulk’s Summer issue has all the latest industry news and insights you need to stay up-to-date. This quarter’s issue opens with a regional report from Drewry on the Americas. The rest of the issue features an array of informative technical articles from companies such as: MAJOR, AXSMarine, Martin Engineering, Dome Technology, and more.

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The Americas: Linchpin Of The Dry Bulk Market
Tanvi Sharma, Drewry, India, examines the current state of the global dry bulk market and looks ahead to future challenges.

Invest In Quality
Lars BrŠunling, MAJOR, Germany, explains how choosing the right screen media can improve efficiency and profitability.

Dome Sweet Dome
Rebecca Long Pyper, Dome Technology, USA, outlines how diverse bulk-storage companies are choosing domes to secure their products.

Building On Strong Foundations
Rino Bedeschi, Bedeschi S.p.A, Italy, overviews his company’s historic success and plans for the future in a Q&A with Will Owen, Editor of Dry Bulk Magazine.

The Black Hole Of The Supply Chain
Bernard Cohen, IntelliTrans, USA, discusses best practices in ocean shipping and potential solutions to ocean freight being the black hole of the supply chain.

Beware Of ‘Easy Fixes’
Simon Hodgkinson, West P&I, UK, reviews the dangers self-heating coal cargoes can present to shipowners and how coal carriers can minimise the risks involved.

Embracing Stillness
Todd Swinderman, Martin Engineering, USA, considers passive dust control in conveyor loading zones.

Making The Best Decisions In Compliance With ISO 2023
Pierre Morel, AXSMarine, France, explores some of the solutions available to help the shipping industry comply with the latest emissions regulations.

Bolstering Environmental Best Practice
Zak McElvenny, Solent Stevedores, UK, evaluates how companies can create a culture of environmental best practice in order to help the industry meet its net zero goals.

Pushing The Pedal To The Metal On Decarbonisation
The ways in which shipping builds commercial relationships need an overhaul. Henrik Wihelms, Wärtsilä Marine Power, Finland, details how introducing long-term, transparent collaboration and outcome-based partnerships can accelerate decarbonisation.

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