Winning Shipping to Expand Fleet with Capesize Bulker

Illustration; Image Courtesy: Winning Shipping

China’s shipping firm Winning Shipping has reached an agreement to buy a 180,200 dwt Capesize vessel, the Yuritamou, according to data provided by VesselsValue.

The company is buying the second-hand vessel from Japan-based Doun Kisen for a price of USD 23 million.

The Capesize was constructed at Japanese Imabari Shipbuilding and handed over to its owner in January 2007.

VesselsValue data shows that the 289-meter-long ship has a market value of USD 21.2 million.

The Panama-flagged bulker will become a part of Winning Shipping’s current fleet of over 30 bulk carriers with a total size of more than 5.3 million dwt.

World Maritime News Staff

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