Seaspan, which charters ships to the world's largest container carriers, including Maersk, Cosco and CMA CGM, went on an elaborate shopping spree in the first quarter and made a record expansion of the fleet, states the first quarterly report from Seaspan's parent company Atlas Corp.
Seaspan's fleet expanded with 36 new container vessels with a total capacity of 536,000 teu, including 32 newbuildings and four vessels purchased in the secondary market.
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