MAY 26, 2016—Product tanker operator d’Amico International Shipping S.A. recently launched two new eco-ships at the Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard Co. Ltd., in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. “Today’s launch and the ambitious
It reports that it has executed a Memorandum of Agreement and buyers have lodged the required deposit for the sale of the international-flag PCTC Glovis Countess. Delivery of the vessel is scheduled to be completed by December 31, 2015. Excess cash after debt payoff of approximately $16 million will be maintained by the company for general corporate purposes.
The company has also executed Memoranda of Agreement for the sale of its two handysize vessels and one capesize vessel for approximately $30 million. Deliveries of the vessels are scheduled to be completed prior to January 31, 2016. All net proceeds from the sale of these vessels will be used to pay down outstanding debt.
The company is in discussions on the sale of its supramax vessel and its railcar service facility (FSI) in Mobile, AL. All net proceeds from the sales will be used to pay down outstanding debt.
Mr. Niels M. Johnsen, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, said, “As we continue to streamline International Shipholding, we are focused on completing the implementation of our Strategic Plan in an expeditious, but orderly, manner. We continue to market all of the remaining assets to be divested pursuant to our Strategic Plan, and we will provide further periodic updates as we continue to make progress towards our March 31, 2016 target for full implementation.å
JULY 8, 2015—During the first six months of 2015, Greece, China, and Singapore were the top three countries in scrapping bulkers, according to Vesselvalues.com. Overall, the three countries combined scrapped a total
NOVEMBER 19, 2014 — CIT Group Inc. (NYSE:CIT) reports that CIT Maritime Finance provided a $24.1 million senior secured credit facility to Blue Wall Shipping Limited, an investment holding company. The facility