Cargill boosts its dry bulk fleet

Commodity trader Cargill has signed a deal to lease four large dry bulk ships from a Chinese partner. A modernization of the fleet, says the head of Cargill's ocean transportation business.

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Swiss-based Cargill will expands its already huge fleet of dry bulk ships.

The commodity trader's sea transport unit has signed a deal with CSSC Leasing, which is part of China State Shipbuilding Corporation, to time cahrter four baby capesize vessels.

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