OMT on the feeder market: There is barely a pulse

Shipbuilders in China are hungry since the bulk market is lifeless, while there is still a pulse in the feeder segment when it comes to container, says Thomas Eefsen, Business Development Director at Odense Maritime Technology, to ShippingWatch. "But not much more than a pulse," he adds.

Thomas Eefesen er direktør for forretningsudvikling i OMT. | Photo: OMT/PR

Just as the South Korean yards are struggling with the lack of orders, the weak newbuilding market is also impacting the Chinese yards, which represent the most important market for Danish ship designer OMT, Odense Maritime Technology, explains Thomas Eefsen, Business Development Director at OMT.

He explains that in dry bulk and container, which are the most important segments in OMT's commercial portfolio, the feeder segment, where OMT has just won an order for four 3,300 teu vessels for CMA CGM, is the most lively.

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