Chinese owner Rewood Ocean Shipping (Rosco) has denied reports that it has once again listed its entire fleet for sale.
According to shipbroking reports, Rosco is inviting offers for its fleet of 11 bulk carriers comprising of seven panamaxes, three kamsarmaxes and one capesize.
The company denied it was looking to sell the vessels when contacted by Splash, and did not know why the vessels were mentioned in reports.
The company listed their fleet for sale back in 2018, but didn’t conclude any deals.
All of the vessels are Japanese-built apart from two kamsarmaxes, which were built at Tsuneishi’s yard in Zhoushan, China. The ages of the vessels range from nine to 18. VesselsValue’s valuation on the 11 vessels is $121.75m.
Hebei-based Rewood Ocean Shipping is a subsidiary of Chinese private grain trader Hopefull Grain and Oil Group.