Greek Meadway Shipping Adds Oshima Bulker To Orderbook

Greek shipowner Meadway Shipping is adding one more vessel to its fleet portfolio with the signing of a newbuild contract with Japanese Oshima Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.

No price has been revealed by the company for the new bulk carrier.

The bulker newbuilding now contracted is a 42,300 Dwat bulk carrier with expected delivery during first half of 2026, and this is the second of this type 42,5k Oshima new building acquisition for Meadway Shipping.

Meadway Shipping has a fleet of 12 bulk carriers and a total of additional nine new buildings scheduled to be delivered between 2024 and 2026, as the Greek owner states.

Earlier this year, as Shipping Telegraph reported, the shipowner sealed a deal with Japanese Shipyard Tsuneishi Shipbuilding for a new build ultramax.

This is the third new building ultramax Tess ’64 scrubber fitted, which the company has contracted from the same shipyard, with expected delivery in the second quarter of 2026.

Meadway’s vessels are able to trade worldwide in a multitude of trade routes carrying a wide range of dry cargoes such us iron ore, coal, grains, bauxite, fertilizers, agriproducts and steel products.