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CDB Leasing snaps up six ultramaxes from Hayfin

CDB Leasing, which has been actively expanding its shipping portfolio over the past few years, has acquired 17 dry bulkers in less than a week

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

Eagle Bulk adds ultramaxes to fleet

Dry bulk owner paid $44m for the pair, which will be delivered in the third quarter of the year and renamed Antwerp Eagle and Valencia Eagle

Dry Bulk Sale and Purchase

Contships sells brace of ships to MSC as feeder fleets flourish

MSC has been a frequent buyer of tonnage in recent months as soaring charter rates make acquisitions look attractive

Greece Containers

CDB Leasing buys a string of dry bulkers linked to Clipper Group

The identified units are registered owners of six handysizes, three ultramaxes and two supramaxes. These are the segments that Clipper primarily focuses on

Asia Pacific Europe

Seanergy vessel deal expands capesize fleet to 16

Delivery of the vessel, which has a cargo-carrying capacity of approximately 181,000 dwt, will bring the firm’s fleet to 16 capesize vessels, with an aggregate cargo capacity of some 2.8m dwt, says chief executive

Greece Dry Bulk

Taylor Maritime’s oversubscribed IPO draws in shipowner and hedge fund

Shipowner and venture capitalist Christian Oldendorff takes 14.9% stake in the company, which is buying 23 handysize or supramax bulk carriers

Asia Pacific Hong Kong

EuroDry buys eighth bulker as earnings increase

A price of $12.12m has been agreed for the 76,704 dwt Blessed Luck, which was built by Sasebo Heavy Industries in Japan

International Dry Bulk

Golden Ocean posts record first-quarter profit

Golden Ocean predicts a strong dry bulk market ‘for the foreseeable future’ but said the health crisis in India and Brazil would lead to volatile markets in the near term

Golden Ocean Dry Bulk

Capital group reaps the benefit of timely boxship buys

Four 13,100 teu newbuildings on order at Samsung Heavy Industries being acquired by Wan Hai for just over $445m

International Containers
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