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Celsius Shipping slows down a bit after record year in 2021

Last year was the busiest to date for Celsius Shipping. Purchase and sale of ships have occurred at a slower pace this year, but Chairman Jeppe Jensen still deems 2022 a year with ”good activity.”

Jeppe Jensen recently spoke about LNG vessels at the Marine Money conference in New York. | Photo: David Butler

A liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessel from South Korea and four feeder container ships from China. These are what have been added to the order book at Celsius Shipping in the course of the year after the record year 2021, which Chairman Jeppe Jensen has deemed ”the most active year ever.”

”It has been a good start to the year. The frequency of purchases and sales is not the same as in 2021, but activity is still good, even though trades happen at longer intervals,” says Jensen in an interview with ShippingWatch.

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