The Ultramaxes in question are SBI Jaguar, SBI Ursa, SBI Tango, SBI Cougar, SBI Echo, SBI Thalia and SBI Lyra.
The ships will be chartered at gross charter rates from USD 14,500 to USD 16,500 per day, with the earliest redelivery dates from February to June 2019.
What is more, Scorpio has found work for the following Kamsarmaxes – SBI Bolero, SBI Macarena, SBI Mazurka and SBI Samba.
The company agreed rates ranging from USD 14,500 to USD 16,000 per day for the time charter periods. As informed, the earliest redelivery dates for the abovementioned ships are between February and May 2019.
Yesterday, the company said it signed letters of intent to buy and install scrubbers on substantially all of its owned and finance leased Kamsarmax and Ultramax vessels from the second quarter of 2019 until the third quarter of 2020.
Scorpio Bulkers has an operating fleet of 57 vessels consisting of 56 wholly-owned or finance leased drybulk vessels, and one time chartered-in Ultramax vessel. The company’s owned and finance leased fleet has a total carrying capacity of approximately 3.9 million dwt and all of the company’s owned vessels have carrying capacities of more than 60,000 dwt.(marine crane manufacturer;offshore crane manufacturer)
The electric series are crane spreaders designed to handle 20-40ft / 20-40-45ft ISO containers. The double girder design is structurally based on the ship-to-shore crane spreaders and is made out of high-quality steel in order to reduce the weight of the spreader.
The robust and reliable telescopic system consists of two electric motors powering two timing belts, equipped with shock absorption through spring washer packages. The twistlocks system works with one electrical
motor per end beam which powers a rotating system. This system is connected with the different “quick exchange floating twistlocks“ by a bar.
Electric Spreaders are available as single-, twin- and separating twin-lift version. (marine crane manufacturer;offshore crane manufacturer)