MPC Container Ships has settled new charter deals for 41 ships

MPC Container Ships has used the strong container market to settle new charter deals for a majority of its fleet. The shipowner has also been active in buying and selling ships.

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Shipowner MPC Container Ships has been able to settle a long line of new agreements for its fleet of smaller container ships.

Since the start of December, the company has made deals for 41 ships, writes MPC Container Ships in an update Tuesday. 26 of the charter deals are for ships of less than 2,000 teu, while the remaining 15 ships are above 2,000 teu.

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