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Seaspan to charter 17 container vessels to Cosco

Seaspan, the world's biggest owner of container vessels, has struck deals for chartering 17 vessels to container line Cosco. Initially, the deals were to be spread out throughout the coming years, but have now all been collected for a period of three years.

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Shipowner Seaspan has struck a charter agreement with container line Cosco for 17 vessels.

Until now, the agreement stipulated that Seaspan, the world's largest owner of container vessels, would charter two container vessels in 2021, 13 vessels in 2022 and two vessels more in 2023.

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