The Ultramax newbuildings are scheduled for delivery in 2020, based on the data from VesselsValue.
The en bloc order report, dated on November 15, did not include any financial details.
The company is yet to provide World Maritime News with a comment on the reported order.
According to the company’s website data, Oldendorff has 16 newbuildings on order, not including the latest order, with deliveries spread across 2017-2019.
The company embarked upon an ambitious fleet renewal program in 2014, ordering around 50 ‘eco’ newbuildings in China, Korea and Japan for delivery from 2014 onwards. The new vessels feature very low fuel consumption and a significantly reduced carbon footprint.
The company predicts that in 2017, these environmentally friendly vessels will make up 90% of the capacity of its fleet.
The shipping major operates a fleet of over 600 bulk carriers.
OUCO Marine/Offshore 3T40M Telescopic boom crane is mainly used on the deck of bulk carrier or overload barge for handling a variety of cargo bulks.
It has several hoisting points to fit the demand of vessel usage, which are 3T40M, 40T6.5M, 10T25M, makes the crane with long outreach to complete the lifting job.
The cranes are available from 3–40 meters of crane boom, which have long range of usage. This 3t40m telescopic crane currently have been made several sets with ABS Class certificate, will be delivered within 3 months with stable and reliable quality based on clients’ usage and testings.