Singapore-based tonnage provider OM Maritime is considering an order for 7,000 teu container ships to be built at Chinese shipyards.
The company’s managing director, Subhangshu Dutt, told The Loadstar, “We have been considering ordering some 7,000 teu ships but no decision has been taken yet. If we do so, it will be for long-term charter to third-party operators.”
Several liner operators and tonnage providers have been showing interest in 7,000 teu ships, …
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Source: The Loadstar