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Clipper establishes new Supramax dry bulk pool

Clipper has established a new commercial dry bulk pool for modern Supramax vessels. The pool will be launched with 16 vessels, half of which come from Genco Shipping & Trading. The carrier is also considering an additional pool.

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Like other dry bulk operators, Clipper is now establishing another commercial dry bulk pool, this time for modern Supramax vessels in the 53,000 to 58,000 dwt range, under the name 'Clipper Sapphire Pool', says the carrier in a statement.

The pool will be launched with 16 vessels that will join the collaboration during the beginning of the year. Half of these ships come from Genco Shipping & Trading and the rest from Clipper. The carrier already operates several pools, and Sapphire will be the fourth Clipper pool.

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