Celsius Shipping is headed for a full exit from dry bulk

Celsius Shipping is in the process of selling its entire fleet of 18 dry bulk vessels. "In about a month, we will have made a full exit from dry bulk and sold the entire fleet," says chair Jeppe Jensen to ShippingWatch.

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Celsius Shippings is busy selling off its fleet of 18 dry bulk vessels in order to fully exit the sector, confirms chairman and founder Jeppe Jensen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

"Together with our partner, we've decided to exit dry bulk, and we've therefore divested ships from the fleet over the past 4-5 months. I expect that, in about a month, we will have made a full exit from dry bulk and sold the entire fleet," he says.

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