Tanker Scrappings Up As Second Quarter Demolitions Rise

Tuesday, July 06, 1999
Tanker scrapping reportedly shot up while the disposal of bulk carriers diminished as the total deadweight tonnage of ships sold for demolition rose by five percent in the second quarter of this year from the first quarter.
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