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The global dry bulk shipping market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 4.14% during the period spanning 2019-2023. The market is expected to be valued at US$402.65 billion in 2023. The growth of the market has been driven by rising population, accelerating economic growth, higher urbanization, rising steel production and growing coal industry....

  • Bulk Shipping
  • Bulk Cargo
  • World
  • Freight Vessel Fleet
  • Steel Production

Diverted: Revenue derails due to falling demand following the outbreak of COVID-19 Abstract Rail Freight Transport in Australia Industry firms primarily operate railways for freight transportation. The industry does not include rail freight terminal operations or private railroads operated in-house...

  • Freight
  • Transportation
  • Bulk Cargo
  • Australia
  • Crude Oil Price
  • Employment Income

The global dry bulk shipping industry is an essential part of the international shipping industry, with ocean-going vessels representing the most efficient, and often the only method of transporting large volumes of basic commodities and finished products. The dry bulk shipping is defined as the transportation of homogenous...

  • Bulk Shipping
  • Bulk Cargo
  • World
  • Freight Vessel Fleet
  • Iron Ore Export

Full steam ahead: Rising trade will increase demand for industry services Abstract Rail Transportation in California Over the past five years, the state’s economic recovery has been strong, and its population has continued to increase. Moreover, the volume of trade coming into and...

  • Bulk Cargo
  • Heavy Rail
  • United States
  • Gasoline Price
  • Crude Oil Price

Project Synopsis: Datamonitor's Company Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Partnerships & Alliances and Investments reports offer a comprehensive breakdown of the organic and inorganic growth activity undertaken by an organization to sustain its competitive advantage. Project Description: Datamonitors' BOURBON...

  • Financial Services
  • Bulk Cargo
  • France
  • Vietnam
  • Norway
  • Dates Price