Graig Ship Management Adds Capesize Duo to Its Fleet

Graig Ship Management has signed a deal to add two newbuild Capesize vessels to its ship management fleet. 

The vessels, owned by an undisclosed Chinese group, are scheduled for delivery in 2016 from Shanghai Waiqaoqiao Shipyard where the Graig newbuild supervision team are also engaged in the oversight of sister vessels for a further Japanese shipowner.

The Graig fleet has continued its ship management renewal since 2012 with the steady addition of newbuild, dry bulk vessels from handysize to Capesize.

Steve Davies, CEO of Graig Ship Management said that its new client intends to continue its fleet expansion.

“We are excited to be developing a support strategy that covers our entire service division from newbuild supervision and ship management through to consultancy,” he added.

The number of vessels managed by Graig stands at 23 following the addition of the 2 Capesize vessels with plans to continue further growth of the fleet into 2016.

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