CP Ships Deploys Two New Ships

Monday, August 15, 2005
CP Ships Limited said that the first two of nine 4250 teu ships ordered two years ago will be deployed in its US East Coast-Indian Sub-Continent service. They will be named after two of India's most popular national parks, Kanha and Corbett. And, following the new CP Ships vessel naming convention, the names will be prefixed by "CP." Delivery of CP Kanha is expected in mid-October 2005, with CP Corbett coming in early January 2006. They will replace smaller, slower and more costly short-term chartered ships. "We have been looking forward to the first of our new ships. They give us the opportunity to confirm to customers our commitment to this service, improve transit times, leave room for growth and enable us to operate the service more efficiently. Because of the dramatic rise in charter prices since these ships were ordered, we have no doubt that we made the right decision in 2003," said Juan Manuel Gonzalez, Executive Vice President. All nine ships are being long-term chartered from Seaspan Container Lines and are currently under construction at Samsung Heavy Industries in Korea. The remaining seven are on schedule with one each to be delivered in first, second and third quarters 2006, two in fourth quarter 2006, one in first quarter 2007 and one in second quarter 2007. Their deployment has not yet been finalized. CP Ships already has 11 similarly sized ships in its fleet, bringing the total to 21 by April 2007.
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