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More top-performing CAPS members have turned bullish on TBS International
Like fellow shipper Eagle Bulk Shipping
Yet while TBS management has seen continued deterioration of the industry, CEO Joseph Royce remains "cautiously optimistic" on improvement in the second half of 2009. In the meantime, the company is shadowing Navios Maritime
To help in the recovery, TBS is looking for demand from China and India to be key drivers for the industry. With its position of relative strength, the company is expected by many CAPS members to not only survive but also be a strong performer when the global economy improves.
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