Nordana orders four ships and believes in growth in 2015

Nordana has decided to exercise its option to build four additional multi-purpose vessels in China, the carrier tells ShippingWatch. Nordana has also entered long-term charter contracts for 2015 and 2016.

Nordana's confidence in growth in 2015 and 2016 is so strong that the carrier has opted to exercise an option to build four additional multi-purpose vessels in China, the carrier's CEO Lars Steen Rasmussen tells ShippingWatch.

The order forms part of a combined order for eight vessels, which serves as an expression that the carrier believes in market growth in 2015 and 2016. As such, the company has also signed a charter contract with a Dutch/Singaporean shipowner for another six vessels on long-term charter, set to join the fleet during those two years.

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