Seacon Shipping Orders Two 40,000 Dwt Bulk Carriers At Namura Shipbuilding

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Seacon Shipping announced that it has placed an order for two 40,000 dwt bulk carriers with a total value of US$66.96 million from Namura Shipbuilding in Japan, reports xinde marine news.

According to an announcement issued by Seacon Shipping on September 4, the company’s indirect wholly-owned subsidiary Seacon Shipping (buyer) and Namura Shipbuilding’s wholly-owned subsidiary MORNING DAEDALUS NAVIGATION, S.A. (seller) engage in ship ownership and leasing business. Two sales contracts were entered into, whereby the buyer agreed to purchase and the seller agreed to sell two vessels.

 Delivery of two bulk carriers

The two 40,000-dwt bulk carriers will be delivered successively from August 1 to October 31, 2025, with a price of US$33.48 million each.

Seacon Shipping said the acquisition of vessels is in line with the group’s strategy to continue optimising its fleet by phasing out its older controlled vessels and replacing them with newer vessels.

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Source : Xindemarinenews


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