Clipper negotiating new international multipurpose pool

Even though the outlook for the multipurpose market is looking increasingly bright and more shipping companies are deploying additional tonnage, the market needs consolidation. These days, Clipper is negotiating this opportunity with several possible partners.

These days, Clipper is negotiating the creation of a pool of up to 70 within the multipurpose sector with both Danish and international companies. The shipping company is optimistic and thinks that 2012 will be a turning point for the sector which has been under much pressure, but Clipper still thinks the market needs a consolidation.

“We are talking with Danish as well as foreign shipping companies within this sector in order to create a pool of 60 to 70 ships. I hope and expect that the negotiations will be finished during this year”, Partner in Clipper and Head of Multipurpose Kristian Morch says.

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