PIL close to ordering four 14,000-teu container ships

Singapore-based PIL, which has undergone an extensive restructuring, is so optimistic for the future that the company will soon order four large container ships, according to market sources.

Photo: PR / Pacific International Lines

Pacific International Lines (PIL) is so far ahead in negotiations with a Chinese shipbuilder regarding four large container ships that the order will be signed in the very near future, according to ShippingWatch’s sources.

Apparently, the order concerns four 14,000-teu vessels able to sail on either conventional fuel or liquefied natural gas (LNG), though also prepared for ammonia.

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