A dry bulk vessel shipping iron ore at a port in mainland China. Demand from China is holding up the sector, with first-quarter iron ore imports at around 2019 levels, Hong Kong-based Mandarin Shipping says. Photo: Shutterstock A dry bulk vessel shipping iron ore at a port in mainland China. Demand from China is holding up the sector, with first-quarter iron ore imports at around 2019 levels, Hong Kong-based Mandarin Shipping says. Photo: Shutterstock
A dry bulk vessel shipping iron ore at a port in mainland China. Demand from China is holding up the sector, with first-quarter iron ore imports at around 2019 levels, Hong Kong-based Mandarin Shipping says. Photo: Shutterstock

China’s industrial recovery offers Hong Kong’s shippers sanctuary in rough seas

  • Recent dry bulk shipping report shows improving activity in China, Hong Kong-based Wah Kwong Maritime says
  • About half of the capacity of all Hong Kong-owned ships is in the dry bulk segment

Topic |   Hong Kong shipping and logistics
A dry bulk vessel shipping iron ore at a port in mainland China. Demand from China is holding up the sector, with first-quarter iron ore imports at around 2019 levels, Hong Kong-based Mandarin Shipping says. Photo: Shutterstock A dry bulk vessel shipping iron ore at a port in mainland China. Demand from China is holding up the sector, with first-quarter iron ore imports at around 2019 levels, Hong Kong-based Mandarin Shipping says. Photo: Shutterstock
A dry bulk vessel shipping iron ore at a port in mainland China. Demand from China is holding up the sector, with first-quarter iron ore imports at around 2019 levels, Hong Kong-based Mandarin Shipping says. Photo: Shutterstock
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