Seaspan expects significant earnings from five new container ships

The world's biggest shipowner, Seaspan Corporation, has ordered five new container ships with a capacity of 12,200 teu each. The vessels have already been chartered out to a container line on 18-year contracts. Seaspan expects significant earnings.

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Seaspan, the world's biggest shipowner, now expands its fleet with five newbuilds, each with a capacity of 12,200 teu.

The vessels have already been chartered out to an unnamed, global container line on 18-year contracts, Seaspan says in a press release.

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