Massoel S.A. Orders Three Bulk Carriers

Friday, November 05, 1999
Swiss shipowner Massoel S.A. reportedly has ordered three Handymax bulk carriers in cooperation with Norway's B Skaugen shipping group. The 46,000-dwt vessels are scheduled for delivery between March and October 2001 from Japan's Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding. Skaugen has stakes in two of Massoel's existing bulk carriers while Massoel has an interest in the Norwegian company's Handymax bulk carrier Skaustrand.
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