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Monaco’s Transocean orders ultramax pair at New Dayang

Monaco-headquartered Transocean Maritime Agencies has emerged behind an order for two ultramaxes in China.

Brokers report the bulker and tanker owner signing up for 64,000 dwt new builds at New Dayang Shipbuilding for delivery in 2026.

The ships, costing about $33m each, have been designed to meet IMO Tier III and EEDI Phase 3 requirements.

The Ruth McLoughlin-led privately owned company founded in the 1960s by the late Guenther Neunhoeffer, last ordered ships in 2017 when it signed for a pair of kamsarmaxes at Jinling Shipyard Jiangsu. The company is listed as having 18 ships with an average age of nine years.

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