India's Great Eastern Shipping Sells Two

Press Release
Monday, April 01, 2013

A dry bulk carrier has been delivered to the buyers & the contract for sale of a product carrier tankship has also been signed.

The Great EasternShipping Company Ltd. (G E Shipping) has delivered its 1995 built Panamax dry bulk carrier Jag Arnav (about 71,000 dwt) to undisclosed buyers.

Earlier, the company contracted to sell Jag Pawar, a 1988-built general purpose product carrier of about 29,900 dwt, with delivery to the buyers in Q1 2014.

With the delivery of Jag Arnav, the Company’s current fleet stands at 32 vessels, comprising 23 tankers (9 crude carriers, 13 product carriers, 1 LPG carrier) and 9 dry bulk carriers (1 Capesize, 3 Kamsarmax, 4 Supramax, 1 Handymax) with an average age of 9.7 years aggregating 2.53-million dwt.

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