NewLead Dropdown of Six Vessels

Wednesday, April 07, 2010

NewLead Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ:NEWL) announced it has completed the dropdown of six vessels (four drybulk vessels and two product tankers) and Newlead Shipping S.A., an integrated technical and commercial management company, from Grandunion Inc. In connection with this transaction, NewLead transferred to Grandunion 8,844,444 shares of NewLead's common stock and assumed existing liabilities.

Michael S. Zolotas, President and Chief Executive Officer of NewLead Holdings Ltd., stated, "The successful closing of this transaction is another step in transforming NewLead Holdings. The six vessels have quality time charters and are expected to add approximately $19.4m in EBITDA annually." Zolotas continued, "Newlead Shipping S.A. provides us with technical and commercial management necessary for a fully integrated maritime company. We anticipate that technical and commercial management will create significant contribution to our operating profit through higher vessel utilization and operating cost efficiencies and allow NewLead to achieve a competitive cost structure."

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