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Two new I-Star ships on the way to Clipper's bulk fleet

Clipper has taken delivery of yet another of the company's new I-Star supramax ships for its dry bulk fleet. The next in a series of four ships will be delivered in November. The bulk carrier has ten newbuildings underway.

Clipper Bulk has taken delivery of the second ship out of a total of four in the company's I-Star series, delivered from Shin-Kasado Dockyard of Imabari Shipbuilding Ltd. in Japan, says the company in a press release.

The ship, MV Clipper Triton, is a 61,000 dwt supramax bulk carrier, which according to the shipping company is equipped with the latest technology in eco developments. The next ship in the series, Clipper Excalibur, is ready to join the fleet in November.

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