Swiss-headquartered containerline Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) keeps on snap up boxships in the used market as indicated by Alphaliner, gaining eight vessels in the previous three weeks as compartment dispatching rates keep on flooding.
As per Alphaliner’s most recent report, MSC has purchased the 2001-fabricated 2,764 teu Westermoor from German proprietor Hans Peterson which is presently on contract to Hapag-Lloyd. The organization likewise gained 2008-assembled 2,546 teu sister vessels BF Osprey and BF Mahia from German proprietor Foroohari. The vessels are on contract to ONE and MSC separately.
MSC is likewise answered to have purchased the 2003-fabricated 1,683 teu Borealis-controlled Bomar Vanquish and Bomar Valor. The Bomar Vanquish is as of now on sanction to MSC while the Bomar Valor is worked by Maersk.
Furthermore, MSC is perceived to have bought the 1,730 teu 1998-constructed Miro and 2002-fabricated Spero from Oslo-based Atlantica Shipping and the 1996-assembled 1,122 teu Boundary from Jebsen Shipping Partners.
VesselsValue information shows MSC obtained a sum of 20 boxships in the time of 2020, and investigators Sea-Intelligence proposed in a new report that MSC may before long overwhelm Maersk as the world’s biggest transporter.