Masterbulk places 16 dry bulk vessels with Rickmers

Rickmers Shipmanagement returned to the dry bulk game in March this year. Now the company will receive 16 Open Hatch dry bulk vessels from Norwegian-owned Masterbulk in Singapore.

Rickmers Shipmanagement will now have the chance to prove the company's worth over the next four months, where the company will, at first, receive 16 Open Hatch dry bulk vessels in management for Norwegian-owned Masterbulk, based in Singapore.

In March, Rickmers Shipmanagement returned to the dry bulk industry with an agreement for technical management of seven Supramax vessels, and is now ready for a new deal as a third party manager of the 16 vessels.

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