Wisdom Marine Lines

Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine has ordered four (4) handysize bulk carrier new buildings in Japan. Wisdom Marine has ordered two (2) handysize bulk carrier new buildings at Imabari Shipbuilding and two (2) handysize bulk carrier new buildings at Namura Shipbuilding. Wisdom Marine is going to pay around $116 million in total. Wisdom Marine is going to get the delivery of four (4) handysize bulk carrier new buildings in 2023 and 2024. Four (4) handysize bulk carrier buildings were part of the Wisdom Marine’s fleet renewal programme that is intended to adjust the fleet for future environmental provisions. Wisdom Marine’s four (4) handysize bulk carrier new buildings will comply with the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)’s Phase 3 standards, which become mandatory for bulker new buildings in 2025. In June 2021, Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine ordered three (3) kamsarmax bulk carrier new buildings in China for around $102 million in total. Wisdom Marine’s three (3) kamsarmax bulk carrier new buildings will also comply with the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)’s Phase 3 and the IMO’s (International Maritime Organization’s) NOx Tier III standards. Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine plans to order ultramax bulk carrier new buildings soon. Currently, Taipei-listed shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine has a mixed fleet of 137 ships. 26-July-2021

 

Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine ordered three (3) kamsarmax 82K DWT new building bulk carriers at Tsuneishi Group Shipbuilding for around $102 million in total. Wisdom Marine is scheduled to take delivery of three (3) kamsarmax 82K DWT new building bulk carriers in 2023. Three (3) kamsarmax 82K DWT new building bulk carriers will comply with the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)’s Phase 3 standards, which become mandatory for bulker new buildings in 2025. Wisdom Marine announced the order was part of the company’s fleet renewal plan. Furthermore, Wisdom Marine has three (3) handysize bulk carriers and a 5,000-cbm LPG carrier under construction at Japanese shipyards. Currently, Wisdom Marine owns and operates a mixed fleet of 137 ships. 27-June-2021

 

Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine acquired supramax dry bulk carrier at a knockdown price. Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine is paying 14.65 million for 2012 built supramax dry bulk carrier 58K DWT M/V Sunrise Sky with 7 year bareboat charter with purchase obligation, at the end of which Wisdom will pay the remaining balance and own M/V Sunrise Sky outright. M/V Sunrise Sky will be delivered in Shanghai, China. Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine has a fleet of 114 ships and mostly handysize dry bulk carriers. 6-July-2017

 

Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine Group ordered two (2) ultramax dry bulk carriers $26 million for each in Japanese shipyard Kawasaki Heavy Industries. Previously in 2017, Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine Group ordered three dry bulk carriers. In the summer of 2017, Wisdom Marine Group exercised a purchase option on a leased handy bulk dry bulk carrier from Mitsubishi UFJ Lease & Finance Co for $14.8 million. Wisdom Marine Group will continue to expand its fleet through newbuildings and secondhand ships. Taiwanese shipowner and operator Wisdom Marine Group was founded in 1999 by Lan Chun-Sheng. Currently, Wisdom Marine Group is now Taiwan’s largest shipowner with a fleet of 124 ships. Wisdom Marine Group has 12 new buildings in order. 19-December-2017