Seaspan orders ten new container vessels

Shipowner Seaspan adds additional container vessels to its orderbook with an order for ten newbuilds.

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Seaspan, the world's largest owner of container vessels, adds an additional order to its fleet.

The company has entered an agreement for ten new 7,000 teu container vessels to be delivered from the beginning of the second quarter of 2024 towards the fourth quarter in the same year, informs Seaspan's parent company Atlas Corp in a press release.

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