MPC Container Ships open to more acquisitions

During a conference call today, MPC Container Ships CEO Constantin Baack says the focus currently lies on completing the acquisition of Songa Container, but that they are open to future acquisitions.

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MPC Container Ships stated during a conference call on Wednesday morning that even though the company is open to additional acquisitions in the future, right now it is focusing on closing the most recent acquisition of Songa Container, which was announced last night.

ShippingWatch wrote earlier today that the container line acquired the Norwegian shipping line – owned by Norwegian investor Arne Blystad – for a total price of USD 210.25 million.

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