Mr Lambros Papaeconomou
SEANERGY Maritime has capped a busy first quarter in 2017, acquiring its third capesize vessel in the past six months. The 2012-built dry bulk carrier, to be renamed Partnership, was purchased for $32.65m from a third party, and it is expected to join the company’s fleet in May 2017. Chairman and chief executive Stamatis Tsantanis told Loyd’s List that he is bullish on a sustained market recovery in the dry cargo industry and that asset values are poised to continue increasing despite their recent run-up...
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