Singapore based shipowner and operator Winning Shipping 1995 built capesize dry bulk carrier 185K DWT MV Winning Brother (ex MV Noni M) for scrap in Bangladesh. Singapore based shipowner and operator Winning Shipping has 32 capesize dry bulk carriers in its fleet and MV Winning Brother (ex MV Noni M) was the oldest in the fleet. In 2012, Singapore based shipowner and operator Winning Shipping bought MV Winning Brother (ex MV Noni M) from Greek shipowner Transmed for $10.5 million. Winning Shipping second oldest capesize dry bulk carrier in its fleet is 1999 built 173K DWT MV Winning Joy.
Dry bulk shipowner and operator Winning Shipping bought a 2007 Japanese built capesize dry bulk carrier 180K DWT M/V Yuritamou for $23 million from Japanese shipowner Doun Kisen. Dry bulk shipowner and operator Winning Shipping is one of the great capesize shipowners with a fleet of 31 dry bulk carriers.
Winning Shipping, dry bulk shipowner and operator based in Singapore, bought cape size dry bulk carrier Japanese 2014 built 181K DWT M/V Winning Nature (ex M/V Aquarius Dream) for $28 million from MOL (Mitsui O.S.K. Lines). Dry bulk carrier owner and operator Winning Shipping also bought two weeks ago 2011 built cape size dry bulk carrier 179K DWT M/V Hanjin Matsuyama from Japanese owner Kumiai Senpaku for $22.75 million. Last month, dry bulk carrier owner and operator Winning Shipping also bought 2003 built cape size dry bulk carrier 203K DWT M/V Shin Heiryu from NYK for $10.5 million. Winning Shipping has a fleet of 21 dry bulk carriers.
Korean Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) sold Korean Sungdong Shipyard 2011 built capesize bulk carrier 180K DWT M/V Hyundai Trust to Singapore based shipowner Winning Shipping for $22 million.
Sales prices for two modern cape-size bulkers shows the recent freefall in bulker values. Cape size bulker M/V Spring Zephyr 180,000 DWT (built 2010) was sold to Carval for $21m. Another modern cape size bulker M/V Golden Hope 176,000 DWT (built 2009) has been sold to expanding Singapore owner Winning Shipping for $19.3m. Sale and Purchase (S&P) Brokers say the capesize sales signal that something of a floor may have been reached on prices for this category.