It is reported that Chartworld Shipping, a Greek shipowner, plans to sign a contract for the construction of up to six Ultramax bulk carriers in the Chinese shipyard. glenflange
It is understood that Chartworld has entered into a contract of intentional agreement (LOI) for 2+4 63500 DWT bulk carriers with the Chinese shipyard Nantong Xiangyu Marine Equipment Co., Ltd., and the two confirmed ships are expected to be delivered by 2020, each at a price of US$24 million. . welding overlay
Chartworld has been expanding its fleet recently and is one of the most stable new shipbuilding buyers on the market. Since the beginning of 2017, Chartworld has made full use of the current low price of shipbuilding to build new vessels in China, including a batch of bulk carriers in Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, Gimhae Heavy Industry and Jinglu Shipbuilding respectively. In addition, Chartworld acquired a number of under-construction resellers in China's shipyards last year, including a 180,000 dwt bulk carrier built for Cargill by New Age Shipbuilding and a Capesize vessel built for Cobelfret by Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding. 90 deg elbow
Chartworld has more than 60 ships, including bulk carriers, reefers, tankers and container ships.