More than 300 million tons of Greek tonnage

The number of Greek-owned ships is approaching its highest level ever. For the first time in history, more than 300 million dwt of Greek ships are sailing the oceans, according to a new analysis from Petrofin Research.

While the Greek economy is still limping along, things are looking completely different for the Greek shipping industry, according to a new analysis from Petrofin Research.

Measured by tonnage in dwt, developments have only progressed in one direction for the Greek shipowners in recent years - even during the crisis - and the fleet has now surpassed an impressive 300 million dwt, a figure that corresponds to an exact doubling in size compared to 2001.

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