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AtoB@C Shipping takes over ESL Shipping time charter contracts for 3000 DWT vessels

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Dry Bulk,

On the 1 July, ESL Shipping’s subsidiary AtoB@C Shipping took over time charter contracts of 3000 DWT vessels Baltic Carrier, Baltic Merchant, Baltic Skipper, Capella, and Delfin, which have been on time charter to ESL Shipping since 2017.

The daily operations of these vessels were transferred to AtoB@C Shipping in April and with the takeover of time charter contracts, the transfer is now complete. These vessels have been operated in the same vessel pool together with AtoB@C Shipping's vessels since the acquisition of the company in 2018.

"This change improves our operations and enables us to serve our customers even better", says Commercial Director Toni Rönnberg.

With this change, all coaster-size vessels in the 3000 - 6000 DWT segment are now operated by AtoB@C Shipping and ESL Shipping concentrates on the operations of an owned fleet of 9000 - 56 000 DWT vessels.

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