Rapidly expanding MPC Container Ships does not fear mega-vessels

In its first year, MPC Container Ships has acquired a lot of tonnage in the smaller container segments. The company does not fear that cascade effects from the new mega-vessels will hurt its segment.

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MPC Container Ships was established in the winter of 2017, and since then the company has been busy purchasing feeder tonnage. The plan is to continue the purchases in the segment, writes the Oslo-listed German company in its annual report Thursday morning.

The company is focusing on vessels of less than 3,000 teu, and according to the company itself the outlook for the smallest segment in container business is good.

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