Ocean Longevity orders bulker trio at Japanese yards

Ocean Longevity orders bulker trio at Japanese yards

Hong Kong-based bulk shipping company Ocean Longevity has ordered three panamax bulkers at two Japanese yards.

According to VesselsValue, the company has ordered a 77,000dwt and 84,000dwt bulker at Oshima Shipbuilding and a 77,000dwt bulker at Sasebo Heavy Industries.

Ocean Longevity is owned by Kwai Sze Hoi, who left Cosco Group and established the company in early 90s. It currently has a fleet of 25 bulkers.

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