Overtonnaging is shipping’s ‘default condition’ long term, survey finds

Overtonnaging is shipping’s ‘default condition’ long term, survey finds

Recession due to overtonnaging is the default condition of the global shipping industry for the long term, nearly 88% of voters in a survey carried on this site believe.

The quarterly MarPoll survey – a set of topical maritime-related questions – has sparked plenty of debate online with more than 400 votes so far. Results of the survey will be revealed in then next issue of Maritime CEO magazine, which is due out in time for Posidonia in Athens in June.

Other questions posed ask whether the panamax bulker is redundant, if a President Trump would be good for tankers, and the relevance of the Baltic Exchange in the 21st century among other topics.

There is no registration and the poll takes less than two minutes to fill in – although we do appreciate comments where possible. Vote now by clicking here.

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