Copenship CEO is back in dry bulk shipping

Former CEO of now closed Copenship is back in the dry bulk carrier's old business premises in Copenhagen with a new office for Pacific Gulf Shipping Company. "It can be an advantage to enter the market during a decline," Michael Fenger tells ShippingWatch.

Just a few months after having to close the doors of Copenship, which went bankrupt in February, Michael Fenger is ready again. In the same settings in Copenhagen, but with a new company, he will once more try his strength in the dry bulk market.

It is Pacific Gulf Shipping Company which Michael Fenger has opened a Danish office for in the middle of May. Pacific Gulf Shipping Company is registered in the Marshall Islands and has offices in Singapore, Shanghai and Dubai. The company has previously owned vessels, but is currently exclusively an operator of its fleet of 30 ships in the segment from Handymax to Supramax and, to a minor extend, as well for the Panamax segment.

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