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New Ultramax Vessels For Belships
The newbuilds will be delivered by a Japanese shipyard in Q4 2019 and Q1 2020 for a price of USD 3 million per ship. Belships estimates the bulkers' break-even at USD 11,000 per day.
“We are very pleased to continue the growth and fleet renewal of the company with two vessels of the highest quality being delivered straight into a strong market,” CEO Lars Christian Skarsgård said.
The new vessels will increase the Belships fleet count to 22 Supramax/Ultramax bulk carriers.
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New Volumes Record of Savannah Port
The Savannah Port reported the container volume record having moved a total of 4.5 million of containers in the previous year that ended on June 30th.
According to the report, the container volume increased for more than 305 thousand units, or by %7.3.
Georgia Port Authority handled more than half a million container lifts to rail, growing that number by more than 72 thousand, or 16.6 percent.
As was mentioned by the Georgia Port Authority, the investment in the Mason Mega Rail project came just in time for their capacity and helped to stay ahead of demand and ensure the free flow of intermodal cargo.
At the Port of Brunswick, more than 600 thousand autos and machinery units crossed the docks at Colonel’s Island Terminal, the main port for the import and export of cars, trucks, while roll-on/roll-off cargo volume grew by 4 % at Colonel’s Island in 2019.
Georgia Port Authority also has a program in place that will allow the Savannah Port to simultaneously handle six 14,000 TEU vessels by 2024.
New Ultramax For GriegMaas
Grieg Star and investment management firm Maas Capital formed the joint venture in December 2018. Star Damon is the first vessel which GriegMaas bought from Celsius Shipping, with GH Rough Habit being the second one.
With this addition, the GriegMaas bulker fleet consists of three Ultramax and two Supramax ships, all built by Yangzhou Dayang Shipbuilding of China.
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