30 November 2009 16:58 [Source: ICIS news]
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“We lost a couple of days due to the fog at Bosphorus. Ships in the Black Sea continue to be affected but otherwise the weather in the
A Turkey-based trader confirmed the problems that ship owners and traders importing or exporting chemicals from the region faced.
“The fog has brought heavy traffic in the Bosphorus. However, players in the region are aware of the adverse weather conditions and are not using the ports,” the trader said.
Other ship owners noted that the weather had improved from 26 November, with one ship operator describing the weekend weather as “stable”.
“Last week we had appalling weather in the Black Sea…however, we are over the worst and the
According to some shipping sources in the
“The Black Sea and the
Another ship operator stated that he was trying to get away from the
“Any offer I give is expensive because there is always a guy who will offer lower than me,” he said.
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