MPC Container Ships spends millions of dollars on German feeder vessels

Feeder carrier MPC Container Ships, established less than a year ago, has been shopping once again. This time the carrier has acquired three container ships for close to USD 32 million.

Constantin Baack står i spidsen for MPC Container Ships. | Photo: MPC Container Ships

MPC Container Ships is approaching its partial goal of reaching a fleet of 50 feeder vessels.

The carrier, which was established in April by equity manager MPC Capital, has just bought three container ships, pushing its combined fleet to 39 vessels, says the company in a press release.

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