Chinese Maritime Transport (CMT)

Taipei-based shipowner and operator Chinese Maritime Transport (CMT) ordered two (2) 210K DWT newcastlemax bulk carriers at Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding for around $63 million each. Recently, bulk carrier prices increased with the freight rates. In May 2021, Chinese Maritime Transport (CMT) ordered the same newcastlemax bulk carriers at Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding. Chinese Maritime Transport’s (CMT) newcastlemax bulk carriers will be built according to Phase 3 of the IMO’s (International Maritime Organization) Energy Efficiency Design Index standards and Tier III NOx standards. Chinese Maritime Transport’s (CMT) newcastlemax bulk carriers will be able to run on LNG and AMP (Alternative Maritime Power). Taipei-based shipowner and operator Chinese Maritime Transport (CMT) has been in a fleet renewal programme. Chinese Maritime Transport (CMT) aims to satisfy forthcoming international carbon emission regulations. Chinese Maritime Transport (CMT) chartered out all the fleet to blue-chip charterers. Currently, Chinese Maritime Transport (CMT) owns and operates ten (10) large bulk carriers. 24-October-2021