Topic

  • Describe the supply of dry bulk carrier ships
    1. Investigate the supply side of the dry bulk market
      • Identify and present relevant statistics which reflect the world fleet of dry bulk carriers
      • Present and discuss the recent trends in this market
    2. Discuss the factors that affect the supply of shipping services:
      • Identify and explain the factors
      • Tailor the analysis to the salient characteristics of the dry cargo market
      • Distinguish between long-term and short-term supply

 

Introduction (suggested)

  • Brief statement of what the student intends to accomplish in the project (1 )
  • Background information about the bulk carriers
  • Brief summary of the sections of the projects (what will be discussed in the main body)

 

Main Body (suggested)

  1. Statistics of the world dry bulk fleet
    • Provide updated statistics pertaining to the supply side, such as fleet development, demolitions, new orders and new deliveries.

 

  1. Factors affecting supply of bulk carriers in the long terms
  2. Factors affecting the supply of bulk carriers in the short term

 

In sections 2 & 3 identify and analyze the most critical factors and connect your analysis to the current market conditions and trends.

 

 

Conclusion (suggested)

  • Brief statement of what was discussed in the main point
  • Overall importance of knowledge concerning the factors affecting the supply of shipping services

 

        ! At the end it is important to report the Number of Words (excluding the Cover, Table of Contents and References)

 

 

 

 

 

“The supply of bulk carriers”

 

This project requires students to investigate the supply side of the dry bulk market. For this purpose they can provide some relevant statistics which will reflect the world fleet of bulk carriers and the recent trends. Next, they are expected to discuss the factors that affect the supply of shipping services and tailor their analysis to the salient characteristics of the dry cargo market. To this end, it is essential to distinguish between long-term and short-term supply.

 

Long term = new building deliveries

                      Scrapping

                     

Short term = lay up

                      Vessel speed

                      Time spent in port

                      Use of vessels for storage

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