Scorpio Bulkers sells four ships to Pacific Basin

Scorpio Bulkers, which recently announced an exit from dry bulk, sells more ships from its fleet. The buyer is most likely Pacific Basin, which at the same time announces a purchase of four ships of the same type, at the same price and same delivery date.

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Scorpio Bulkers sells ships from its fleet, after the ship operator's President Robert Bugbee recently announced plans for a final exit from dry bulk.

The shipping company informs that it is selling four ultramax vessels for a combined price of USD 67 million. The ships are planned for delivery in the first quarter of 2021. Once the sale of the ships is completed, Scorpio Bulkers will still operate a fleet of 37 ships.

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