Eagle Bulk expands scrubber investment

Eagle Bulk exercises an option for an additional 15 scrubbers. This brings the shipping company's total number of ships with scrubbers to 34, says the company in a press release.

Gary Vogel er CEO i Eagle Bulk Shipping. Han har en fortid i Clipper. | Photo: Eagle Bulk Shipping

New York-listed dry bulk ship operator Eagle Bulk Shipping expands its bet on scrubbers as a solution to ensure compliance with the upcoming sulfur regulations.

The company, based in Stamford, Connecticut, has already announced that 19 ships will be fitted with scrubbers. The company is now exercising options included in the original contract for another 15 scrubbers, pushing the combined number of ships to 34.

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