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Seaspan to deliver another five LNG container ships

Israeli container line Zim makes use of an option to have another five LNG container vessels delivered from shipowner Seaspan.

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Zim has exercised on option to order another five liquefied natural gas (LNG) container ships from the world's largest shipowner, Seaspan.

The total purchase price on the vessels, which Zim is going to charter on a minimum of 12-year contracts, is USD 530 million, according to a statement by Seaspan.

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