Densay

28-March-2018

Turkish shipowner and operator Densay Shipping acquired 2010 Japanese built supramax dry bulk carriers 55K DWT MV Nichirin for about $16 million. Istanbul based shipowner and operator Densay Shipping has been making potential profits on an asset play. Meanwhile, Densay Shipping is trying to sell 2005 built supramax dry bulk carrier 56K DWR MV SSI Nemesis. Densay Shipping bought MV SSI Nemesis (ex MV Nemtas 4) in 2016 from compatriot shipping arm of Nemtas Nemrut for $8.8 million which is currently valued as about $11.65 million. Turkish shipowner and operator Densay Shipping has a fleet of 14 dry bulk carriers from handysize to kamsarmax size. Turkish shipowner and operator Densay Shipping has two ultramax dry bulk carrier new building orders at Chinese Shipyard Jinling Shipyard. In December 2017, Istanbul based shipowner and operator Densay Shipping acquired 2009 built handysize dry bulk carrier 32K DWT MV SSI Magnificent (ex MV King Yukon). In March 2017, Densay Shipping acquired 2007 built handysize dry bulk carrier 32K DWT MV SSI Spring (ex MV Campanula) for about $6.5 million. In October 2017, Densay Shipping acquired 2011 built handysize dry bulk carrier 33K DWT MV Galene M for about $12.5 million from Greek owner Stamatis Molaris. But, both parties has not confirmed the sale of the ship.