Stainless steel tankers are going after chemical and vegoil cargoes as rates for carrying clean petroleum products remain in the doghouse, Drewry says in its chemical forecaster report. 

But the consultancy says the current market cannot support all the current shipowners. 

The London-based maritime consultancy says chemical and vegoil cargoes will "moderately support global seaborne trade, causing the shipping fleet trading in chemicals and vegoils to expand."