Recently, Greece’s Erasmus Shipinvest Group continued to be active in the ship trading market, winning a 15-year-old Kamsarmax Bulk carrier.
The shipping circle focused on learning that the bulk carrier involved in the transaction was the 82,000DWT “Navios Prosperity”, built-in 2007, and the original owner was NS United Kaiun Kaisha.
Clarksons data shows that the vessel was sold to an undisclosed buyer on February 10, 2022, for $16.4 million, before maritime media Trade Winds confirmed that the buyer was the Greek Erasmus Shipinvest Group. After receiving the vessel, Erasmus Shipinvest will rename the vessel “Glory Prosperity”.
Erasmus Shipinvest revealed through social media that this latest ship acquisition is the fastest acquisition in its history, and it took only seven working days from signing to receiving the shipment. The company said: “With such a tight time frame, all aspects of buying and selling the vessel, finance, crewing, maritime/technical support, documentation, and commercial engineering have been a huge challenge for the entire team.
This year, Erasmus Shipinvest has transformed from a shipping company mainly engaged in dry bulk ships to a comprehensive shipowner. On February 10, the company officially entered the gas ship business field with the successful receipt of a 5000CBM LPG ship “Astrid” built by Kanrei Zosen Shipyard in Japan in 2010.
近日，希腊益洋航运集团(Erasmus Shipinvest Group)继续活跃在船舶买卖市场，拿下了一艘15年船龄的kamsarmax型散货船。
海运圈聚焦获悉，涉及交易的散货船为82,000载重吨的“Navios Prosperity”轮，建于2007年，原船东为日本新日铁联合新和海运公司（NS United Kaiun Kaisha）。
克拉克森数据显示，该船于 2022 年 2 月 10 日以 1640 万美元的价格被出售给未披露的买家，随后海事媒体《Trade Winds》证实了买家为希腊益洋航运集团。在接收该船后，益洋航运将把该船改名为“Glory Prosperity”轮。