Seaspan extends charter agreements for ten container vessels

The world's largest shipowner in the container market, Seaspan, has entered new five-year charter agreements for ten 10,000 teu container vessels with a major unnamed container carrier.

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Seaspan, the world's largest owner of container vessels, is making the most of the feverish container market by extending chartering agreements for ten container vessels with an unnamed major liner.

Each of the ten vessel has a capacity of 10,000 teu, reports Seaspan in a press release.

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