Eagle Bulk to acquire six vessels

Dry bulk shipping company Eagle Bulk is to buy six new ultramax ships, and to prepare, the company will now issue bonds worth over USD 100 million over the next four years.

Photo: Eagle Bulk/PR

Dry bulk shipping company Eagle Bulk is preparing for the acquisition of six new vessels by issuing bonds worth up to USD 115 million over a four-year period to finance the purchases.

The period will run from February 2020 until 2024 and entail unsecured senior bonds, Eagle Bulk informs in a statement.

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