German shipowner in new major Chinese bulk order

Conti Reederei has exercised options for another eight dry bulk carriers of 63,800 dwt each, set for delivery in 2015-2016.


One of Germany's biggest shipowners, Conti Reederei, has exercised options for an additional eight 63,800 dwt bulk carriers, to be built at Chinese Jiangsu Hantong Shipbuilding & Heavy Industry, according to Seatrade Global.

The company placed orders for the first four vessels in March and these will be delivered to Conti in the second half of 2015.

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